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  • LIFESTYLE

    An epic with resonance

    Brunch, Kritini Upayokin, Published on 15/06/2014

    » ‘Who would have thought what we recited from the epic Ramakien since childhood could still be so new and profound?” asked Wutthichai Chalermwutthanon, the president of Thammasat University’s khon mask dance club.

  • LIFESTYLE

    Just getting started

    Brunch, Kritini Upayokin, Published on 16/02/2014

    » Barely a year ago, only a few people had heard of Jirayu “James” Tangsrisuk. Now they’re talking about the 20-year-old actor following in the footsteps of Nadech Kugimiya and Mario Maurer to the upper echelons of stardom in Thai showbiz.

  • LIFESTYLE

    Stepping out, old-school Style

    Brunch, Kritini Upayokin, Published on 26/01/2014

    » They prefer carefully cut classics over the next new thing, Twiggy over Gisele, Etsy.com over Net-a-porter.com, Portobello over Harrods, and The Sound of Music over Step Up 5.

  • LIFESTYLE

    Getting into the spirit

    Brunch, Kritini Upayokin, Published on 24/11/2013

    » Cris Horwang made a name for herself playing a clumsy spinster who is desperate to get married in the movie Rot Fai Fah Ma Ha Na Ther (Bangkok Traffic Love Story) but in real life the superstar is in no rush to reach the altar.

  • LIFESTYLE

    The best he can Be

    Brunch, Kritini Upayokin, Published on 27/10/2013

    » Close your eyes when listening to Peerapat "Be" Thenwong's rendition of a Marvin Gaye classic and you'll find it hard to believe the singer was born in Si Racha. Be has an unusual voice for a Thai male singer _ it has a deep, husky tone that calls to mind the soul-based Motown Sound. It comes as less of a surprise when you know Be counts Gaye, James Brown and Stevie Wonder as his favourite foreign artists.

  • LIFESTYLE

    Fracturing the candid camera

    Brunch, Kritini Upayokin, Published on 29/09/2013

    » They take photos with quirky names _ Mutant, Crashes, Urban Animals _ their subjects are captured on the dynamic streets of Bangkok. The content is about the authentic; a cheeky rendering of ironic charm and playful moments in a vibrant city.

  • LIFESTYLE

    Snapper's saga: A life spent caught up in the frame game

    Brunch, Kritini Upayokin, Published on 14/07/2013

    » 'My life is like The Adventures of Tintin," says photojournalist Vinai Dithajohn. "My own version has been quite a ride. If I passed away tomorrow, I'd know that I had lived."

  • LIFESTYLE

    Goal Rush: Exec combines business with beautiful game

    Brunch, Kritini Upayokin, Published on 09/06/2013

    » 'Football is like a religion to me," says Ron van Oijen, who is finishing out his term as CEO of American International Insurance. And indeed the exec, better known as "Khun Ron" to the many clubs he's assisted countrywide, has demonstrated his devotion to the sport. Along with playing it for as long as he can remember, over the past three years he's used his position as head of the insurance provider to help fast-track its growth in Thailand, particularly as it pertains to youth development.

  • LIFESTYLE

    A 'Sideways' look at Bangkok's bizarre and beautiful streets

    Brunch, Kritini Upayokin, Published on 24/03/2013

    » Sideways is the name of a group of 11 photographers who spent a year gathering street life-inspired photos and are now showcasing their masterpieces in a new exhibition called "Street Inbox: Exhibition Photography By Sideways". The group drew inspiration from the Bangkok Street Photo workshop conducted by renowned photojournalist Vinai Dithajohn last year at the Thailand Creative and Design Centre at the Emporium. The exhibition opens on Friday and runs until April 30 at the Box Prop & Studio on Phichai Road. It features six photos from each of the 11 Sideways members as well as six photos by their mentor Vinai.

  • NEWS

    Jumping in feet first: Brazilian dazzles Thai Premier League

    Brunch, Kritini Upayokin, Published on 24/03/2013

    » 'If Thailand wanted me to play for its national squad, I'd say 'yes' in a heartbeat. Thailand is my second home," said Cleiton Silva. The Brazilian-born BEC Tero Sasana striker has been playing in the Thai Premier League for three years and last year's shared honours as the league's top scorer.

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