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1. lifestyle | 14 May 2013
» It's an event which fleeces everyone, but in a good way. The Wool Awards hosted by Ermenegildo Zegna, an annual event wool growers around the world look forward to, held its 50th anniversary at The Royal Hall of Indu...
2. lifestyle | 14 May 2013
» Italian luxury fashion house Ermenegildo Zegna is a marvellous example of successful integration between two countries. As a long-time supporter of Australia's wool industry, the economic relationship between both...
3. lifestyle | 14 May 2013
» Whether we realise it or not, we all probably take wool and sheep for granted, most likely dismissing them as mere fibre grown on passively harmless animals, and as the inspiration for a partly-annoying children's lu...
4. lifestyle | 06 May 2013
» Like any young adult who has had enough of partying and getting hammered every day, Yuthada "Tim" Lochotinan decided it was time to stop drinking and get a grip on his life.
5. opinion | 03 May 2013
» My relationship with books is what you might call unhealthily zealous. After all, the place in which I spend hours at the mall is the bookstore. My favourite designer (Olympia Le Tan) makes clutches that look like books....
6. lifestyle | 26 Apr 2013
» Just like bell-bottoms morphing into boot-cut and eventually skinny jeans, the way people enjoy their cuppa also changes over time. Sipping tea from porcelain cups with pinkies raised may not be a common sight in Thailan...
7. lifestyle | 26 Apr 2013
DINE & WINE
» That round mass of butter and eggs they call a mamon looks painfully plain, but a bite into it insists otherwise. A mamon is a sweet, light and fluffy butter cake which stands out for its simplicity: it does not require ...
8. lifestyle | 03 Apr 2013
» Nila Tanzil dedicates much of her spare time to improving children's literacy, and nowhere is this more evident than on 10 islands in eastern Indonesia. The founder of Rainbow Reading Gardens has helped establish 2...
9. opinion | 02 Apr 2013
» I would be strutting down Bangkok's crappy pavements in posh footwear and sipping expensive tea every day by now had I said yes to some things a few months ago. Namely, writing CVs, statements of purpose, essays and ...
10. lifestyle | 01 Apr 2013
» Thailand's comic industry is on the rise _ and there's room for both the classic stories drawn by hand, and those made with the latest technology. Life speaks to two well-known artists whose creations are findin...