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Staying in touch

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Years after living in Bangkok, Kris Gomeze, publisher of Bicycles United Magazine, had always been working as an international media specialist in marketing industry. The media specialist-turned-publisher had no interest in cycling until two years ago. The Hong Kong native became interested in the alternative mode of transport when she had to do a marketing research for Bicycles United Magazine, a free bi-lingual publication about lifestyle cycling launched last month. With her responsibility at the magazine, Gomeze has to update herself with the cycling culture around the world through books and e-books. Since then, her bookshelf has been filled with bicycle-related books and magazines. However, her choice of reading still covers diverse topics, from novels to coffee table books. 

_ Sirinya Wattanasukchai

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