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  • LIFESTYLE

    Wooden it be nice?

    Guru, Kasidit Srivilai, Published on 28/08/2015

    » Wood is among the oldest materials used by mankind. But it doesn't have to be primitive -- modern-day designers can make wood seem, well, modern.

  • TRAVEL

    Holmes sweet home

    Guru, Kasidit Srivilai, Published on 14/08/2015

    » Marketer-turned-hotelier Wirat Korsestarkarn has transformed his family's four-storey shophouse, located in one of Bangkok's most bustling areas, into a spy-themed bed and breakfast that will stun visitors.

  • LIFESTYLE

    Comfy yet classy

    Guru, Kasidit Srivilai, Published on 14/08/2015

    » Given its location on the ground floor of Bangkok's newest hi-so mall, you might expect Ceret to have an uber-luxurious ambience. Instead, it's rather comfortable, with a Nordic-style interior and plain-coloured furniture that complements the greyish-white wall covered in tiny, triangle-shaped mirrors. Overall, this glass-enclosed restaurant certainly lives up to its "comphisticated" (comfort and sophisticated) concept.

  • LIFESTYLE

    Party girl

    Guru, Kasidit Srivilai, Published on 31/07/2015

    » Watchara "Jennie" Sukchum, also known as Jennie Pa-nhun of Hat Yai, rose to YouTube stardom for her appearance in hilarious parody videos, the most recent being a Thai version of Britney Spears's hit single, I'm A Slave 4 U. She is also a member of Bangkok-based theme party organiser Trasher. Its upcoming "Britney's Bitches" party will be held at Live, RCA, on Aug 1.

  • TRAVEL

    Lavish lavender

    Guru, Kasidit Srivilai, Published on 07/08/2015

    » Jasmine is the long-established symbol of Mother's Day in Thailand, with its white colour reflecting a mother's pure love. But isn't it a bit unfair that other flowers seem to miss out on the festivities?

  • TRAVEL

    Do you wanna build a snowman?

    Guru, Kasidit Srivilai, Published on 10/07/2015

    » The infernal heat that has blanketed Bangkok's so-called rainy season over the past few weeks means that even the air-conditioning systems in shopping malls aren't enough to keep Bangkokians from sweating profusely. And we have the underarm rings on our shirts to prove it.

  • LIFESTYLE

    Play with Pixie Dust

    Guru, Kasidit Srivilai, Published on 29/06/2015

    » They might be architecture students, but for decades they’ve been known for their hilarious stage plays. The Faculty of Architecture, Chulalongkorn University, this year presents Peter Pan: Faith.Trust.Pixie Dust. As always, audiences can expect amazing sets and props prepared by Thailand’s future architects (and singers -- for unknown reasons, the school has produced a ridiculous amount of famous singers), plus political quips and roll-on-the-floor-laughing gags. Guru speaks with Pakaporn Utaobin, the head of this year’s Lakorn Tapad (the Faculty of Architecture’s play), about the upcoming performance.

  • LIFESTYLE

    Fun meets formal

    Guru, Kasidit Srivilai, Published on 29/06/2015

    » There’s something about a typical shirt and slacks combo that adds a decade to your age, but as most of us aren’t allowed to show up at the office in a tee and jeans, we have to find the way to rock the corporate look without resembling our retired uncles.

  • BUSINESS

    Her job is your job

    Guru, Kasidit Srivilai, Published on 03/07/2015

    » Sasiporn “May” Mewongukote, is a former fashion marketer who lived a glamorous life surrounded by luxury products. She gave it all up when she realised the world would benefit more from a person who helps “lost” students find the right path. May set up CareerVisa, a social enterprise that guides undecided students to discover their potential (and perhaps their dream jobs).

  • OPINION

    Etiquette

    Guru, Kasidit Srivilai, Published on 12/06/2015

    » What action by a group of Thai tourists in Japan has sparked fury among netizens?

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