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How U2 Brought The World Together

How U2 Brought The World Together

Posted on 27. Oct, 2009 by .

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This Sunday, U2’s YouTube webcast became the No. 1 global trending topic on Twitter. Why? Because U2 became the first group to stream an entire show live on YouTube for free at their concert at California’s Pasadena Rose Bowl. And while I’m not cool enough to be twittering, I’m just cool enough to love U2. The concert began streaming live across seven continents just after 9 p.m. PST Sunday, or 11AM here in Bangkok.

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English ExtravaganZAAAA!

English ExtravaganZAAAA!

Posted on 22. Oct, 2009 by .

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Monday evening Our Home Chapel hosted an event for students from our study center, students from Ramkhamhaeng University, and any other friends who wanted to come. We called it, “English Extravaganza!” Now, many of those we invited may not have been able to pronounce “extravaganza,” but once they arrived, they understood what it meant…

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Food Friday: Jelled Coconut (Woon Maprao)

Food Friday: Jelled Coconut (Woon Maprao)

Posted on 25. Sep, 2009 by .

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Woon maprao (literally jello coconut) is a tasty and refreshing treat that we had for the first time on Sunday. It’s jello with pieces of young coconut served inside the coconut. If you’re a fan of coconut, you should try this out…

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Singapore Architecture

Singapore Architecture

Posted on 17. Sep, 2009 by .

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Besides food and art, one of the things that interests me has always been architecture. And while I can’t claim to be a student of it, I am a fan. In fact, two of my favorite blogs deal with the subject and all it’s possibilities. BLDGBLOG and Infranet Lab. I love unique buildings. Mixing ideas. And so, I will post a few buildings I noticed while in Singapore…

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Sim City: Singapore

Sim City: Singapore

Posted on 15. Sep, 2009 by .

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We were in Singapore this past week, and I’m just gonna say it: Singapore fascinates me. If you have never been to South East Asia, or studied the British Empire, then chances are the only thing you know about this little island nation is a story involving canes. But there’s SO much more…

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