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  • A city made of art

    30 Jan 2015 : On a recent Saturday in Ratchaburi, children and adults met to decorate a drab community wall with coloured tiles.

  • Nippon through film

    30 Jan 2015 : From the emotional quicksand of Hokkaido men to a display of high school angst and quirks, the Japanese Film Festival 2015 brings the taste of cinematic Japan to town. The 10-day festival begins tonight and continues until Feb 8 at Paragon Cineplex. The selection is rich, and as new Japanese movies have rarely gotten regular releases in Thai cineplex these days, the festival is a mini goldmine for audiences.

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    05 Dec 2014 : At this time of year, you can be guaranteed plenty of outdoor antics on offer, but this season's spoils seem particularly appealing. Even though today (Dec 5) is dry in honour of Thai Father's Day, the rest of the weekend has plenty on offer, event-wise.

  • Gift Ideas

    Pandora's jewellery wish list

    05 Dec 2014 : Pandora looks to the sky this winter, where cosmic-inspired embellishment decorates luminous silver jewels. Bright explosions of flickering silver stardust mix with twinkling stars, shimmering trails and crescent moons in a stellar dose of drama broken by bursts of dramatic blue. Bring the cosmos closer, and style new season jewellery with winter's palette of cool greys.

  • Wellness

    Balancing Beauty & Well-Being

    05 Dec 2014 : You could easily be mistaken for supposing that 'Dii' represents the Thai word for 'good', since this facility is all about goodness and being good to yourself, in every sense. However, it actually stands for 'Divana Integrated Innovation', the very DNA of the company that has presented Thailand with multiple Divana Spas, spa retail products and now Dii Wellness Med Spa.

  • Patriarchal protectors

    05 Dec 2014 : To celebrate Father's Day, Life speaks to dads of three disabled children about how they regained the strength needed to lead the family through the ordeal

  • Festive Celebrations

    Sofitel So Bangkok honors Sofitel Jubilee with Bûche De Noël 2014

    05 Dec 2014 : In keeping with the quintessential French tradition, Sofitel So Bangkok has unveiled this year's Bûche de Noël 2014 to herald the arrival of the festive season.

  • Amazon takes on other retailers with own diaper line

    05 Dec 2014 : Online retailing giant Amazon launched its own brand of diapers Thursday, opening a new front in retail battles with a direct challenge to name-brand vendors already selling on its website.

  • Hollywood turns to Taiwan as island becomes film hub

    04 Dec 2014 : For years, Taiwan was barely on Hollywood's radar for filming global blockbusters -- but acclaimed director Ang Lee's decision to shoot his Oscar-winning 3D adventure "Life of Pi" on the island has transformed its fortunes.

  • Lady Gaga reveals rape as teenager

    04 Dec 2014 : NEW YORK - Lady Gaga has revealed that she was raped as a teenager and said that it took her years of therapy to acknowledge and start to recover from the trauma.

  • Playing with roles

    04 Dec 2014 : Two plays and a dance opened in Bangkok last Thursday. All three of which required their performers to play multiple roles.

  • The circus comes to town

    04 Dec 2014 : During last month's Harmony World Puppet Carnival Bangkok Thailand 2014, audiences had the rare opportunity to experience the art of puppetry from 80 countries in one place — Rattanakosin Island, the old quarter of Bangkok. More than 100 stages and street shows were inspired by history, pop culture, social situations and used traditional forms of puppetry as well as influences of other performing arts such as circus. Many shows brought smiles, laughter and tears, and many were thought-provoking.

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