Noomie Tiwutanond

Head of Digital and Social Media, Thailand Tatler

Location icon Bangkok, Thailand

I am interested in the art of producing quality content as well as finding new ways to diversify a business through brand extensions and innovative product development channels.

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Thailand Tatler
First Look: Inside Generation T Party 2017

Thailand Tatler's first ever Generation T, which honours 50 of Thailand's creative visionaries and trailblazing talents under the age of 40, was finally unveiled at a celebratory bash at the Park Hyatt Bangkok.

Thailand Tatler
10 Reasons Prince Mateen of Brunei is Our Latest Royal Obsession

Since we've reported that Prince Harry already has his eyes locked on his latest love interest Meghan Markle, we thought this is the time to devise a back-up plan, just in case we're definitely not making the title of "Future Kate Middleton". Enters Prince Mateen.

Thailand Tatler
Highways and Hedonism: The Road to Ultra Singapore

When online writer Nioratra Benyasri and I landed in Kuala Lumpur, we knew we were in for one special trip. The destination? Ultra Singapore. We have heard tales about this electronic dance festival from seasoned party people and a quick glimpse at the international line-up was enough to sign us up.

Thailand Tatler
12 Eligible Royals on Our Dating Radar

It's no secret that royalties like to marry young. The past few years have seen a succession of young royals settling down and tying the knot. From the Casiraghi princes to the Swedish Prince Carl Philip, it seems our list for a fairy tale ending is getting shorter by the minute.

Thailand Tatler
Instagram It-List: Tatler's Top 10 Valentine's Dream Dates

Talk about raw talent. The Central Saint Martins graduate has been designing her own jewellery since the age of 14 and recently started her own company after returning to Thailand three years ago. She has since collaborated with famed Swiss jeweller Adler and received extensive coverage on her designs from both foreign and local press.

Feed Your Need To Read
08/14/2015
10 Unapologetic Books About Race in America | Feed Your Need To Read

From Ferguson to the Charleston shooting, much of today's national conversation fixates on the current state of the country's race issues. But racial discourse has always found a home in literature. It's an outlet in which African American authors are free to detail the struggle and oppression they faced, most of which still resonates in modern-day America.

Reuters
Suu Kyi gets hero's welcome in Thailand

Nobel Peace Prize winner Aung San Suu Kyi received a rapturous reception in Thailand on Wednesday from crowds of cheering compatriots who flocked to celebrate her first trip outside Myanmar in nearly a quarter of a century.

Feed Your Need To Read
08/12/2015
11 Ways to Inspire Readers and Writers | Feed Your Need To Read

Here's a quote: "If you want to be a great writer, you need to have an insatiable appetite for reading." Though the wordsmith behind such poignant advice remains unknown, it's evident the famous authors of our time have taken it to heart.

Feed Your Need To Read
07/06/2015
10 Brainy Beach Reads | Feed Your Need To Read

When did beach reads become synonymous with glossy fiction and mass-market paperbacks? Just because you're shedding the extra layer of clothing doesn't mean you have to do the same with your reading material. If you like heavyweight reads that challenge your mind and worldview, here's the summer reading list for you.

Feed Your Need To Read
07/31/2015
9 Offbeat Books for Summer Road Trips | Feed Your Need To Read

From philosophical discussions on travel to recipes for wild edibles, take the road less traveled with these wanderlust inducing, nonfiction reads. Most of the time you book a vacation in an effort to escape the daily slog. But have you ever wondered what other impulses, motivations, and curiosities are involved in the decision to travel?

Reuters
Ford Motor backs Thailand over Indonesia, for now

Ford Motor Corp is eyeing Indonesia as a production centre to help meet strong demand for cars in Southeast Asia but supply problems mean Thailand will remain its regional hub for the foreseeable future, company executives said.

Thomson Reuters Foundation
Myanmar's economy could grow 7 to 8 pct a year - ADB

Myanmar's economy is capable of growing between 7 and 8 percent a year, the Asian Development Bank (ADB) said on Monday, but the government had to ensure it pushed through inclusive and sustainable reforms that would benefit all of its people.

AAA Backstage
Ball Park Music @ Jive

How I Met Ball Park Music? It was a night very similar to this. Stepping into Jive had immediately conjured up a sense of déjà vu, but the good kind, the kind where you know that good times will eventually follow through.

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