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    Say 'Oui!' to bastille day party

    Life, Published on 09/07/2013

    » To celebrate French National Day, Alliance Francaise Bangkok is holding a party to which everyone is invited.

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    One whiff of this and poof, you're hooked

    Life, Published on 09/07/2013

    » The soaring harmonies and sharp tuxedos of the United States' oldest college a cappella group will burst from the stage in Bangkok next weekend.

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    Holy halo

    Life, Published on 09/07/2013

    » Despite the increasing intensity of the tropical monsoon, the sky can still give us a majestic sight. Our photographer recently captured a sun halo that rendered the curved and gilded roof of Wat Benchamabophit, or the Marble Temple, a mystical silhouette.

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    She's still 'real'

    Life, Yanapon Musiket, Published on 09/07/2013

    » Everything about singer Jennifer Lopez screams sexiness: her eyes, her hair, her curves, her honey-coloured skin and her infectious giggle. The dancing diva is bringing sexy back with her latest dance single Live It Up featuring Pitbull, which was premiered worldwide last month.

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    Maps for the mind

    Life, Sukhumaporn Laiyok, Published on 09/07/2013

    » From the womb to the end of life, the human brain is constantly developing, but never more so than in the early years. Studies suggest the bulk of brain growth and development occurs after birth.

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    Decoding dengue

    Life, Published on 09/07/2013

    » July is low season for tourism in Thailand since the rains keep most holidaymakers away, although some intrepid travellers may venture out to ride river rapids and more. One particular visitor, however, spells serious trouble for people. The Aedes aegypti mosquito, responsible for transmitting dengue, comes out to play in this season. With news agencies indicating the possibility of the largest-ever dengue epidemic in Thailand this year, we subject the disease to close scrutiny, analysing symptoms and preventative measures.

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    Little people, big problems: Are your children Sun smart?

    Life, Kanokporn Chanasongkram, Published on 09/07/2013

    » Taking a break from his research work in Shiseido's laboratory, Kazutaka Sasaki is a facilitator of seminars that inform parents and children of how they can safely enjoy being out in the sun. The educational seminar was initiated after a survey indicated how parents may overlook sun protection for their little ones.

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    Keeping cool, looking good

    Life, Noko, Published on 09/07/2013

    » Hitting many parts of the world, the summer heatwave calls for cooling skin protection, otherwise wrinkles can easily appear on your face. Gauged by Thermal Protection Factor (TPF), this new concept of skin protection is the result of a decade of research on heat-induced skin damage.

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    Playing the numbers game

    Life, Noko, Published on 09/07/2013

    » Reading the label is essential in choosing a sunscreen suitable for daily use or an outdoors lifestyle. However, don't fall for a high SPF number that encourages an extended stay in the sun while increasing the risk of premature skin ageing and cancer.

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    Courage down to his bones

    Life, Kaona Pongpipat, Published on 09/07/2013

    » For most people in their early 20s, it's either about building good careers that can make lots of money for brighter futures, or searching for love to ensure even more complete and happier lives. But for 24-year-old Teerapat Boonyakiat, it's all about doing everything he can to stay alive.

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