Watching “Crazy Rich Asians” got me wondering where the passionate spirit of lifelong commitment originated from. A mere 3% of mammals display monogamy, and only just 1000 years ago have humans joined on in this minority. In this episode, I focus on the evolutionary puzzle of the “one partner for life” mentality in humans, and its fascinating consequences on society.
Thai actor, radio presenter, and Studio Ghibli enthusiast, this is Gee Sutthirak. On this lovely Sunday afternoon, we have a conversation about retaining individuality & integrity within the industry, his detachment to social media, and trying out questionable advice from Bad Boys.
Disclaimer: This interview is mostly in Thai.
Emergency surgeon, son of one of the Founders of Samitivej Hospital, and proud father of seven cats, this is Mastorn Shaipanich. On this rather busy Friday morning of July 20th, 2018 (as you can tell by the number of phone-calls he gets during this interview), here’s a conversation exploring the pressures of having a nationally-known surgeon father in Thailand, the importance of having friends who attended lectures, and the alarming issue of which of his seven cats he’d save first.
Cannibalism -- why did our ancestors ever engage in it? In this episode, we'll dig into the nutritional profile of human meat (fun fact: the human heart has 651 calories) to see if we're really that tasty enough to be consumed, or if there were other social reasons justifying the taboo act.
Politician, former 27th Prime Minister of Thailand, and current Leader of the Democrat Party of Thailand, this is Abhisit Vejjajiva. The rather delightful coincidence of interviewing him on Nelson Mandela International Day, we discuss his unquestionable determination to do better for the people of Thailand, his inspiring resilience in both values & routine, and even his favourite superhero.