We are all familiar with classical masterpieces, from Bach's Canon In D Major to Beethoven's Symphony No.9. But how many times in our lives have we heard these celebrated pieces being performed by children who have been weathering not only blindness but also other disabilities since they were born?
One of Thailand’s greatest exponents of traditional Thai music genre lam glawn, molam singer Ken Dalao passed away earlier this month at the age of 84. Ken was one of the most influential and well-loved molam singers of his generation. He was made a National Artist in Performing Arts in 1989. He performed with his late wife Boonpheng Faiphewchai, and also Chaweewan Damnoen, both of whom were also National Artists. For many years he was the chairman of the All-Thailand Molam Association and during his career taught scores of young molam singers.
Under a marketing reform, long-standing cosmetic firm Shiseido goes by a new brand statement: Because the beauty is already in you.
The new Chanel No.5 advertising campaign has made a splash since its release last week. The buzz is driven not only from featuring Gisele Bundchen fabulously sporting a wetsuit and glamorous outfits and also from the beautiful ballad performed by up-and-coming American artist Lo-Fang, who appears in the ad by Baz Luhrmann, the director of Moulin Rouge! and The Great Gatsby.
Not many spa reviews contain the word constipation, but that's an inevitable word choice for the So Detox treatment at So Spa, Sofitel So Bangkok.
Those with diabetes always wish to be completely cured of the disease. Exercise and a healthy diet can alleviate the symptoms of type 2 diabetes, or may successfully treat it, depending on the disease's severity and duration and one's genetics.
Talking to children about the birds and the bees can be awkward and many parents choose to ignore the subject altogether.
LONDON - Queen guitarist Brian May on Monday launched an exhibition of Victorian 3D photographs from his own collection, united for the first time with the famous paintings they tried to recreate.
In the 1960s, Filipino musicians ruled the nightlife music scene in Bangkok. Popping into a bar or hotel lobby to watch them perform was once a mark of sophistication, at a time when the ability to sing in English was special and rare.
'I want to be a farmer," says a little girl character in a primary school textbook from the series "Tales With A Hundred Lines". "But my social class doesn't allow it. My mother has asked me to stay home, so she no longer has to worry about taking care of the household."
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