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    The urban biker

    Muse, Sirinya Wattanasukchai, Published on 14/06/2014

    » In a crazy city like New York, people still ride bicycles. It’s one of the most practical modes of transport, as mentioned in Casey Neistat’s foreword to New York Bike Style. (A few years ago, the American filmmaker makes a short video mocking the impracticality of New York bike lanes. In the clip, he actually gets a ticket for not riding a bicycle in the bike lane — which is often blocked by things like trash cans, construction ladders, even a police car!)


    Nat Geo’s take on the world

    Muse, Sirinya Wattanasukchai, Published on 10/05/2014

    » A picture says a thousand words. But those published by the National Geographic, famous for their journalistic photography, say even more.


    All things chocolate

    Muse, Sirinya Wattanasukchai, Published on 26/04/2014

    » Chocolate, Chocolate & More Chocolate is the only title fit for this book. It features everything about chocolate. The author Elie Tarrab not only offers dozens of recipes about the sweet treat, but also turns professional chocolate-making into a piece of cake for amateurs.


    Have wheels, will innovate

    Muse, Sirinya Wattanasukchai, Published on 07/03/2014

    » Cycling isn’t all about moving from point A to point B and My Cool Bike makes that point very well. There’s a lot more to the cycling world than new product launches, says its author who goes on to cover local inventions that fill individual needs.


    How to cook Thai street food at home

    Muse, Sirinya Wattanasukchai, Published on 15/02/2014

    » Even Australian-born Thai chef David Thompson — hailed as the author of many Thai food bibles — can’t get enough of the larb (minced meat salad) prepared by Andy Ricker — the chef and owner of the wildly popular Pok Pok restaurants in the United States. This is not all that surprising though.


    Jetpac City

    Muse, Sirinya Wattanasukchai, Published on 25/01/2014

    » Anyone on holiday is likely to explore some of the best destinations, especially if they are off the beaten track, and Jetpac City is exactly what you are looking for. The app offers recommendations of the best places - most in a top 10 list format - worth a visit in more than 5,000 cities around the world.



    Muse, Sirinya Wattanasukchai, Published on 28/12/2013

    » Say goodbye to the paper travel guidebook. Triposo can take you everywhere in the world.


    Child's play

    Muse, Sirinya Wattanasukchai, Published on 14/12/2013

    » When Jackie Huang's first daughter was born, he tried to search for unique toys that were safe, durable and well designed. The hunt turned out to be disappointing as he only found cheap, plastic products, so he ended up making his own stuffed animals.


    Global gastronomy

    Muse, Sirinya Wattanasukchai, Published on 30/11/2013

    » Food is a never-ending story. Lonely Planet takes us on another journey to explore food around the world in The Food Book: A Journey Through The Great Cuisines Of The World.


    Girl, uninterrupted

    Muse, Sirinya Wattanasukchai, Published on 07/12/2013

    » Working and living in the middle of the sea in what was once an all-male environment might sound awkward for many women. But being the only female on an offshore operational platform doesn't bother Yuwarin Tattiam.

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