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Korean fever strikes Bhutan
Youth in Bhutan are experiencing sweeping changes in today’s linked-up world, and none are more noteworthy than the trend of emulating the South Korean pop culture. Everywhere you look youngsters mirror the hairstyles and dress of Korean movie and pop stars, singing their songs and copying their dance moves. Korean drama series and cuisine are the rage as well.
POSTED |  08-11-2014-- By Adarsh Gurung --
Through the Thai royal lenses
A prolific shutterbug, Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn’s recently-concluded photo exhibition drew a lot of Thai and foreign visitors to the Bangkok Art and Culture Centre. Travelling Photos, Photos Travelling showcased 173 photographs taken by the Princess at home and abroad.
POSTED |  02-04-2014-- By Songpol Kaopatumtip --
Beauty is not skin deep
Using this knowledge of essential oils, herbs, fruits and flower extracts, Natasha came up with an aromatherapy and beauty line that broke the old adage of natural ayurvedic skincare being boring and smelly.
POSTED |  27-03-2014
Surrogacy and Thai legality questions
The Associated Press, on 2 September 2014, listed 9 steps a Japanese man, Mr Mitsutoki Shigeta, undertook to father 16 surrogate babies in Thailand. The information is from police sources and they say the first baby was born in June 2013. Four were taken to...
POSTED |  04-09-2014-- By Frank Lombard --
10 Bollywood celebrities and their crazy obsessions
Bangalore: Are you obsessed by something? You will probably say, No, by nothing, but each one of us are obsessed by something, a special desire over a specific thing that can be shoes, food or few may be dealing with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.
POSTED |  21-07-2014-- By SiliconIndia --
Delicious braised pork leg in Hat Yai
Khao kha moo (braised pork leg with rice) is not only a favorite of the late Thai Prime Minister Samak Sundaravej (who himself was a celebrity chef)....
POSTED |  27-08-2014-- By Songpol Kaopatumtip --
Exodus begins for Sarawak harvest festival
A week before June 1, Sarawak will see
POSTED |  26-05-2014-- By Thian M.C. --
Crafting a better cafe
Yangon's Singaporean-styled cafe may just be the neighborhood’s best daytime workspace.
POSTED |  11-01-2016-- By Eli Meixler --
Beyond Beauty Taiwan From Above
A new documentary, Beyond Beauty: Taiwan From Above, has become a national big hit and recently won Taipei’s Golden Horse Award.
POSTED |  02-04-2014-- By Kelly Tang --
Celebrity power consumer behaviour
Celebrities are playing an ever greater role in modern culture and consumption patterns.
POSTED |  08-06-2014
Mooncake Festival in Bangkok
This mid-autumn festival, JW Marriott Hotel in Bangkok honors the Moon Goddess with exquisite mooncakes.
POSTED |  16-07-2014
Towards a greener environment
An interview with Ms Pongvipa Lohsomboon, Director of Carbon Business Office, Thailand Greenhouse Gas Management Organization (Public Organization), or TGO, on efforts to establish a domestic voluntary carbon market, and implement Thailand Voluntary Emission Reduction program (T-VER).
POSTED |  26-03-2014
Spotting the dragon
To see a Komodo dragon in the wild, you have to go to Indonesia. Komodo National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site located in the center of the Indonesian archipelago, is home to more than 5,000 of the world’s largest living lizards, the Varanus komodoensis.
POSTED |  11-04-2014-- By Indonesia Travel --
Fine Italian Fare
Bacco–Osteria da Sergio is a Fine Italian Fare Restaurants around Bangkok's Sukhumvit area
POSTED |  02-04-2014-- By Rosie Wong --
Thai solar firm blazes trail in Japan
A Thai solar group has won a 4-billion-yen deal to build a 13-megawatt solar farm on Osaki-Kamashima island in Hiroshima. It has formed Setouchi Natural Power (SnP) with Japanese partners
POSTED |  26-03-2014-- By Cimi Suchontan --
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Korean fever strikes Bhutan
Through the Thai royal lenses
Beauty is not skin deep
Surrogacy and Thai legality questions
China now the biggest source of foreign tourists to Boston
China now the biggest source of foreign tourists to Boston
A record number of Chinese tourists visited Boston last year, dethroning the United Kingdom as the No.1 source of overseas tourists.