Behind closed doors

If you've been missing out on all the fun and staying active with outdoor activities -- it's the rainy season's fault -- fret no longer. Come rain or shine, Bangkok has a few places where you can be active while having fun indoors, weather permitting or not. Guru has ­places where you can boost your spirits on a gloomy day with physical activities.

27 May 2022
Behind closed doors

Using the Bible for devilish actions

When medical malfeasance is coupled with a God complex, the results can be devastating for the victims as seen in Netflix's latest true crime documentary Our Father, which is based on an Indianapolis fertility doctor who inseminated an untold number of women with his sperm without their consent.

27 May 2022
Using the Bible for devilish actions
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The next step in evolution

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27 May 2022
The next step in evolution
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Recycled Treasures

It's not news that the ocean and its inhabitants are threatened by pollution and plastic is one key threat to the sea, however, the problem persists. Two Russians living in Thailand have collaborated in an attempt to alleviate the situation through an art exhibition called "Gifts Of The Sea". Guru speaks with artist Anna Zolotukhina and Elena Kondratyeva, CEO of Whale Tail Phuket, about their exhibition at Central: The Original Store, which runs until June 26.

27 May 2022
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Behind closed doors

If you've been missing out on all the fun and staying active with outdoor activities -- it's the rainy season's fault -- fret no longer. Come rain or shine, Bangkok has a few places where you can be active while having fun indoors, weather permitting or not. Guru has ­places where you can boost your spirits on a gloomy day with physical activities.

27 May 2022
Behind closed doors
27 May 2022

Using the Bible for devilish actions

When medical malfeasance is coupled with a God complex, the results can be devastating for the victims as seen in Netflix's latest true crime documentary Our Father, which is based on an Indianapolis fertility doctor who inseminated an untold number of women with his sperm without their consent.

27 May 2022
Using the Bible for devilish actions
27 May 2022

Seiko dedicated to the ocean

With the fifth edition of the Seiko Save The Ocean project, Seiko continues to raise environmental awareness and rehabilitate Thailand's ocean so that local communities can live sustainably.

27 May 2022
Seiko dedicated to the ocean