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    Getting the bands back together

    Life, Published on 06/08/2013

    » It was 20 years ago the Short Charge Shock concert, not Sgt Pepper, taught Thailand to rock, and now the same line-up returns to prove they've still got what it takes.

  • LIFE

    Express yourself

    Life, Published on 06/08/2013

    » SCG Foundation wants young and aspiring Thai artists to unleash their creative powers.

  • LIFE

    Mahler on the wing

    Life, Stan Gayuski, Published on 06/08/2013

    » A first encounter with Mahler's music is often a life-altering event. Several notable conductors have divided their spiritual and musical lives into "BM" and "AM" (Before Mahler and After Mahler). Mahler's music is transformative _ and its power endures to this day.

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    Pleasant valley sunday

    Life, Onsiri Pravattiyagul, Published on 06/08/2013

    » When Korea and music are mentioned together, our minds usually flash to plastic pop idols, vapid auto tunes and brain-numbing dance moves along with crazed, adoring fans. But there's more to Korea and its music scene than the synchronised, heavily styled boy and girl bands as the country has apparently been trying to catch up with Japan in terms of music festivals and diversity.

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    Listen to the valves of the heart

    Life, Dr Nithi Mahanonda, Published on 06/08/2013

    » A patient once asked me whether a heart could talk, because doctors always listen to it. I corrected him that I actually listen to the heart valves most of the time, and no, they don't talk. Or maybe they do, but in a language incomprehensible for us human beings.

  • LIFE

    Does mouthwash work?

    Life, Sukhumaporn Laiyok, Published on 06/08/2013

    » A brief gargle with mouthwash gives one fresh, minty-fragrant breath and a clean mouth and helps create a very favourable impression on others, while foul breath causes a bad first impression and makes intimacy unpleasant. This is a message proclaimed by the flood of mouthwash advertisements in the media, and particularly on TV, in recent years.

  • LIFE

    Power up your exercise

    Life, Napamon Roongwitoo, Published on 06/08/2013

    » The recently launched Fitness First Asia Flagship Club at Siam Paragon boasts numerous cutting-edge workout innovations that break away from the usual gym environment. Covering more than 4,000m2, the fitness centre has introduced fresh and fun workout equipment to give gym-goers an injection of excitement, such as Trixter bikes (biking meets game software for virtual racing with others), RIP 60s (rotating straps for strength training and balancing), battle ropes (muscle training using a heavy rope), Bosu balls (an exercise ball cut in half) and Power Plates (vibration equipment).

  • LIFE

    Turning back time

    Life, Noko, Published on 06/08/2013

    » Reversing the ravages of time is now more possible than ever with laser beams and beauty injections used in cosmetic dermatology. Skincare companies thus have to keep pace with advanced wrinkle-control approaches.


    Swimming, granny's remedies 'keep Putin young'

    AFP, Published on 06/08/2013

    » The secrets of Russian President Vladimir Putin's buff physique and youthful appearance are the result of herbal health remedies and swimming regularly to combat stress, his doctor revealed Monday.


    Tiger and Phil set for PGA duel at Oak Hill

    AFP, Published on 06/08/2013

    » World number one Tiger Woods and new British Open champion Phil Mickelson are on a collision course, fighting for the year's last major golf crown at the 95th PGA Championship.

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