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  • In your element

    31 Jan 2015 : Asian holistic philosophy views the universe as the combination of five elements — Fire, Earth, Wood, Metal and Water. These elements naturally exist in harmony around us as well as inside each human being.

  • Mothers of invention

    31 Jan 2015 : Baby products have evolved significantly over the past decade, from beds, baths and bottles to a whole new range of things — organic teething biscuits, baby shoes that promote healthy foot development, developmental toys, and many more products. Needs have grown more diverse, and parents are no longer happy with standard products. For example, they don’t just buy a feeding bottle — they want BPA-free anti-colic natural polypropylene bottles.

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  • Exhibition compares royal grandmother, great-granddaughter

    08 Jan 2015 : An exhibition at Queen Savang Vadhana Museum was recently launched to mark the fifth cycle birthday anniversary of HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn, which will occur on April 2.

  • A new authority on Thai tourism

    08 Jan 2015 : Aiming to attract more Chinese tourists to the country, the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) has named the babyfaced pop star and actor Mario Maurer, 26, as its new TAT ambassador.

  • Now, really made for all

    08 Jan 2015 : 'Make it a bit more feminine," LeAnn Nealz, Uniqlo's newly-appointed chief creative officer declares.

  • Latest 'Hunger Games' film due out in China in February

    08 Jan 2015 : LOS ANGELES - The latest Hunger Games movie is to open in China on February 8 in more than 4,000 theatres, after grossing nearly $700 million elsewhere in the world, its producers said Wednesday.

  • Neil Young brings high-res music player to the masses

    07 Jan 2015 : LAS VEGAS - Rock star Neil Young announced his high-resolution music player Pono to the general public after delivering some 20,000 devices to Kickstarter supporters.

  • Mozart’s beloved opera shines through international cast

    07 Jan 2015 : For the year-end festivity, I treated myself to the Opera Siam production of Mozart's “Die Zauberflöte”, “The Magic Flute”, directed by Somtow Sucharitkul, at the Thailand Cultural Center, which took place at three evenings before the new year. The Siam Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Trisdee Na Patalung provided its usual excellent support for the performers: a mix of Thai and International. Support was provided by a number of local organisations, with the BMA sponsoring the last performance, providing free tickets for senior citizens - and not only Thai.

  • Art theft

    Thieves purloin 'Coy Girl'

    07 Jan 2015 : A sculpture which was the last, unfinished work of the late National Artist Misiem Yipintsoi has gone missing from the family-owned garden where it was on display to the public.

  • Art scene

    On Facebook Event Page "Master/Bate"

    07 Jan 2015 : After a solo show "Get Out" at Gallery Soap in Fukuoka which satirised the situation in his hometown, Pisitakun Kuntalang is back again through different space and medium. Since Dec 21 last year, he has been publishing his artworks online. In a Facebook event page "Master/Bate", his satirical artworks are a series of constitution-like statements about his exhibition and art in general.

  • ART INTERVIEW

    Angels of trash

    07 Jan 2015 : Prasert Yodkaew's angel wings are made of a plug, a Chinese spoon, a bidet spray, a used toothbrush, a plastic fork, an amulet, nuts and bolts and some wires wrapped roughly in plastic cover.

  • Hot gigs 2015

    07 Jan 2015 : The next three months usher in a bright start for Thailand in terms of musical activities and events. This year is slated to be the year of EDM, with various electronic music festivals set to erupt throughout 2015.

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