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    Monet in a photograph

    Brunch, Justin Heifetz, Published on 23/02/2014

    » Daniel Cordonnier hates two things: air conditioners and God. But only recently has he been able to give full expression to his feelings. For much of his life the Parisian was dispassionate, his creative desires and ambitions stifled as he pursued a lucrative business manufacturing air conditioners. Then he remembered a day in his childhood that changed everything.


    Pushing the city to its limits

    Brunch, Justin Heifetz, Published on 05/01/2014

    » Who said you had to leave the city to find a little bit of adventure?


    Snow business like it

    Brunch, Justin Heifetz, Published on 19/01/2014

    » Imagine Bangkok was blanketed with snow instead of whistle-blowing protesters. Democracy Monument has four frosted peaks, tuk tuks have snow ploughs attached to the front (and not just to run people over) and the Chao Phraya River has frozen over so everyone's skating to work.


    Culinary Connections

    Brunch, Justin Heifetz, Published on 28/11/2013

    » While Yangon's hot spots for best food and beverages have this year fell under the spotlight, the lists have _ unlike Myanmar's commercial capital _ become a bit tired. And, as the city continues its journey to become one of Asia's premiere tourist destinations, visitors will be expecting something more.


    More than lip service

    Brunch, Justin Heifetz, Published on 24/11/2013

    » Asia's "Mo Bros" _ from Bangkok to the Movember Foundation campaign headquarters in Melbourne _ aren't letting the hipster handlebars and full-on horseshoes of hirsute poster boys stop them from participating in a worldwide charity campaign for men's health.


    Secret door cinema club

    Brunch, Justin Heifetz, Published on 06/10/2013

    » To enter Bangkok's new members-only club, which has no signage, there's a doorbell to the left of the entrance. Now three months old, the Friese-Greene Club on Sukhumvit Soi 22 is tucked clandestinely behind the Imperial Queen's Park Hotel down a dimly lit street.

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