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    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.


    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.


    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.


    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.


    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?


    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.


    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.


    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.


    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).



    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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