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    In the mood 

    Guru, Nattanit Kleawpatinon, Published on 25/03/2016

    » In 2011, Pawares "Note" Wongpethkao was diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder. A year later, his friend Wassachol "Fon" Sirichanthanun was also diagnosed with the same disorder. After facing years of social prejudice and finding solace in writing blogs and diaries, the two of them founded the website Moody Twenties, in the hopes of creating a safe community for those with mental disorders and to raise awareness on the importance of mental health.

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    Marsi beaucoup

    Guru, Nattanit Kleawpatinon, Published on 11/03/2016

    » One upon a time, in 1931 to be exact, a princess was born inside the palace walls of Bangkhunprom.

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    Bring on the dogs

    Guru, Nattanit Kleawpatinon, Published on 26/02/2016

    » If you happen to find yourself around Soi Ari at night, you'll surely notice the glaring light from Zin Kid Hotdog's neon sign. The stand sits completely in place with the atmosphere of Soi Ari (that is, very hipster-ish), and attracts customers mostly by its set-up and bizarre name -- Zin Kid, from the Thai phrase sin kid, can be translated roughly to "out of ideas".

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    It's a small world

    Guru, Nattanit Kleawpatinon, Published on 26/02/2016

    » I like gardens, but the thought of getting my hands dirty and spending hours in Bangkok's unbearable heat has put me off gardening for as long as I can remember. And given my rushed lifestyle, at the end of the day I usually just want to go home and finish that TV series I started ages ago.

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    Designing harmony

    Guru, Nattanit Kleawpatinon, Published on 26/02/2016

    » After university, Thai Literature graduate Nakrob Moonmanas decided to turn his hobby, graphic design, into a career. The 25-year-old is known for his unique style of blending Eastern and Western cultures. Nakrob represents a new wave of Thai artists who use art to express the country's current period of cultural confusion.

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    Live large

    Guru, Nattanit Kleawpatinon, Published on 26/02/2016

    » The list of what not to wear for plus-sized women is so long that it gives convent schools' dress codes a run for their money. Take, for example, legs. No leggings, no shorts, no skinny jeans, no miniskirts, no to basically anything that could accidentally show off the shape of your legs. Or your butt. Or your belly. But these so-called rules are usually more or less, you know, myths. Invented ideas. Obviously simply stating this doesn't prove anything, so we've created a list of fashion rules for you to try breaking so you can see for yourself, plus inspiring IG accounts of curvy girls you should follow right now.

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