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  • LIFESTYLE

    Language of love

    Brunch, Andrew Biggs, Published on 17/02/2019

    » How was your Valentine's Day? Mine was really, really special.

  • LIFESTYLE

    Fear No More

    Brunch, Chanun Poomsawai, Published on 17/02/2019

    » After providing the chart-topping main theme songs alongside Japanese composer Yoko Shimomura for Kingdom Hearts and Kingdom Hearts II, Utada Hikaru returns for the video game series' latest instalment -- this time with EDM producer and self-confessed Kingdom Hearts fan Skrillex in the fold. Titled Face My Fears, the four-track EP marks the continual, almost two-decade-long collaboration between Hikaru and game director Tetsuya Nomura that first began prior to the release of the first game in the early 2000s.

  • LIFESTYLE

    Let's hear it for glass noodles

    Brunch, Suthon Sukphisit, Published on 17/02/2019

    » Glass noodles may be among the smaller varieties of noodle, but they have long been a big part of Thailand's culinary scene.

  • LIFESTYLE

    Forget romance

    Brunch, Suwitcha Chaiyong, Published on 17/02/2019

    » Thai soaps are full of mia noi, or mistresses. A typical mia noi is a wicked woman who usually wears red lipstick and sexy outfits in order to lure married men into her trap with her evil plans. Whenever people come her way, the mistress doesn't hesitate to fight them, physically and psychologically.

  • TRAVEL

    From pain to peace

    Brunch, Gary Boyle, Published on 10/02/2019

    » This isn't working. My back hurts. This is a waste of time. I could've had a week in Paris. My back hurts.

  • LIFESTYLE

    The outrage conundrum

    Brunch, Andrew Biggs, Published on 10/02/2019

    » There is outrage in the social media world.

  • LIFESTYLE

    The perpetual protein

    Brunch, Suthon Sukphisit, Published on 10/02/2019

    » Thais are experts when it comes to eating fish. This has to do with people's lifestyle since the old days, as their lives have always intertwined with rivers and canals. A variety of fish is easy to find. People don't even have to buy them because they can catch fish themselves. From experience, people soon learn distinctive qualities about each fish and what sort of food should be made from it, including how to season it and what kind of vegetables would go with it. Another mindset is to not let the fish go to waste. If a lot of fish are caught, they can be preserved to eat later.

  • LIFESTYLE

    Recalling her past life

    Brunch, Chanun Poomsawai, Published on 10/02/2019

    » While much has already been discussed about the 2016's viral YouTube video in which super producer Pharrell Williams became visibly in awe of singer-songwriter Maggie Rogers and her demo of Alaska, Williams' organic reaction never gets tiring to watch. It's pure, genuine and far more emotional than any of the today's TV singing competitions could ever hope to elicit. And, thanks to that very video, Rogers has garnered well-deserved attention, amassed a sizeable fanbase, and struck a record deal with Capitol Records -- all in just over a year.

  • LIFESTYLE

    Against all odds

    Brunch, Andrew Biggs, Published on 03/02/2019

    » Kru June is perpetually late for school. She is the first to admit it, and the last to arrive. On this particular morning, the teachers and students of Baan Kui school have already begun morning assembly as she arrives, hurrying across the arid sports field where the morning ritual takes place.

  • LIFESTYLE

    The Art of Growing Old

    Brunch, Chanun Poomsawai, Published on 03/02/2019

    » "Attending an unplanned party/ Never ready, didn't really wanna come/ Saying 'hello' to acquaintances/ Gotta be careful not to smile too much/ It just wouldn't be appropriate," without knowing the track's title, the opening verse of The Charapaabs' debut single, Sala Kon Sao (Funeral Party), reads like something of a typical introvert's diary. As the second verse arrives, it becomes clear that the aforementioned "party" is actually a funeral where "the host refrains from making an appearance" (worth noting a clever wordplay here -- ook long, literally "out of coffin", is used instead of ook rong, which is a Thai expression meaning to make an appearance).

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