You will have heard of the Bourne Ultimatum. That’s Carolyn Bourne of Devon, England, she of the poison missive to an uncouth miss. Was the lady right to lay down the law? Cat and Nat look at the controversy from Asian and Thai perspectives.
Eating out is nothing special in Bangkok because good food is cheap and plentiful. But which resturants are the most reliable for easy meals? Cat and Nat tell you of their favourite venues and best-liked eateries.
Although considered by some to be the most important meal of the day, many people skip breakfast altogether. Cat and Nat have their own opinions on eating first thing in the morning. Is it a good idea?
Nat is a tennis fan. Cat is not. But they both watched this year’s French Open women’s final in which Li Na beat Francesca Schiavone to become the first player from Asia to win a grand slam singles title. Nat liked one player, Cat liked the other.
Does the way we speak have an effect on who we are? Or is it the other way around? Everyone in the world has an accent that reveals where they come from, including Cat and Nat. What does this mean to them?
The truffle season has hit Thailand and special menus and promotions are popping up all over the place. But do people know where truffles really come from? Cat and Nat take you on a visual tour. Special thanks to Sean Lai for the photographs taken on his truffle excursion in Italy. Sean is a...
On the 30th of May 2004, the west was appalled by a poll out of Singapore that found a majority in favour of corporal punishment for especially difficult students. What’s right for Asians often shocks the west and so we weighed in on the debate.