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  • LIFESTYLE

    A funny stranger in her own home

    Guru, Pornchai Sereemongkonpol, Published on 21/07/2017

    » Unpleasant experiences can be a source for comedy. That seems to be the case for Simiran "Simi" Srinarula, a 20-year old student studying Media & Communications at Macquarie University in Sydney. Simi combines her experience as a Thai-Indian and her wittiness into funny skits. Her Facebook and YouTube handle Kaek Kee Kui (fb.com/kaekkeekui) — which unofficially translates to talkative Thai Indians — is where you can find some funny sketches that she has done all by herself. Simi manages to poke fun at things she has experienced in Thai society as a Thai of Indian descent, while slipping in an important message here and there. One video where she made fun of questions that she got asked as a Thai-Indian recently went viral and earned her some media attention. There is some strong language in her videos but we think they are funny and definitely worth checking out.

  • TECH

    E3 Roundup

    Guru, Eric E Surbano, Published on 07/07/2017

    » A few weeks ago, the Electronic Entertainment Expo, otherwise known as E3, ended. Much like it did in previous years, it got gamers worldwide frothing at the mouth in excitement over the numerous titles and other developments announced in the gaming world. Here are some of the biggest pieces of news that came out of this year's E3.

  • LIFESTYLE

    Music has a new voice

    Guru, Narada Sai-ngam, Published on 21/04/2017

    » Electronic duo X0809 (X-O-Eight-O-Nine) has pushed many boundaries in the Thai music scene in a way that we rarely see. Note Panayanggool, best known for being first runner-up in the seventh season of The Star and Anya "Yale" Muangkote first met at Chula due to a shared interest in music and sports, before eventually forming X0809. The dynamic duo produces their own music with unconventional style and visuals, having released English-language singles like the dark and hypnotic -30 and the more catchy HO. The colourful music video of the latter, the duo's latest single, has amassed over one million views on the band's Facebook page alone within one month. Their fresh sound has reached both Thai and international audiences and they have represented Thailand at various music festivals. We had a fun chat with the duo ahead of their upcoming EP, X. Check them out at fb.com/x0809.

  • LIFESTYLE

    The TT Diaries

    Guru, Eric E Surbano, Published on 10/02/2017

    » Travelling over 3,000km in a car isn't that impressive. Travelling over 3,000km in an auto rickshaw, however, is something else entirely. This was exactly what the TT Ladies did. The three young women from Thailand — Bom Plengpanich, Aei Jinapuck and Helen Stettler — travelled to India to take part in The Rickshaw Run to raise awareness for domestic abuse in Thailand. The entire journey was filmed by the ladies themselves. The first two episodes are already online, with six more to be released. Guru was able to sit down with one of its members, Thai-Swiss Helen Stettler, to find out more about the experience.

  • LIFESTYLE

    Holiday makeup haul

    Guru, Mika Apichatsakol, Published on 16/12/2016

    » If you're a human being who takes good care of herself or you know one who's deserving of some love this season, here are a few holiday specials in beauty and makeup that'll surely put a smile on that beautiful face.

  • LIFESTYLE

    The GURU compilation

    Guru, Pornchai Sereemongkonpol, Published on 25/11/2016

    » So far this year we've featured many of the freshest sounds of Thailand's music scene. Musically, 2016's been good, with many indie acts finding success and recognition. As the year wraps up, we want to show you even more talents that deserve love (and listening to) from us.

  • LIFESTYLE

    Collect/saves the day

    Guru, Catherine Faulder, Published on 09/09/2016

    » Jay Sriyuksiri leads quite an interesting and full-on life. He's a part-time house DJ that goes by the name Sarayu, holding a residency at Beam and his newly founded night, UNST (UNST UNST); he's been "trying" to produce music for over a year now; he works with his family business like a good boy most of the time and he has also been involved with something a lot more interesting as of late. A project called Collect/Save, something he set up with his friends, aimed at helping Bangkok's local electronic music community become more knowledgeable in what matters to them most — music — through a series of workshops and production master classes led by industry experts and like-minded individuals.

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