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Bangkok Lures Visitors With Its Growing Gourmet Scene

In a plush Bangkok ballroom one evening in May, hoteliers, ambassadors, celebrity chefs and socialites gathered to dine on foie gras, oysters and sushi while they talked about promoting Thai cuisine. Between helpings of Alaskan king crab, French wine and melt-in-your-mouth P...

Doctors Put on Their Dancing Shoes to De-stress

...r. But, contrary to what most in India associate ballroom dancing with, salsa is definitely not the doctors' favourite. 'Salsa, probably because of the hype that it has got through the media, is the most recognized of all the dance forms. But it is more difficult to learn than, say, jive or cha cha, and c...

Dance to De-stress

...r. But, contrary to what most in India associate ballroom dancing with, salsa is definitely not the doctors' favourite. "Salsa, probably because of the hype that it has got through the media, is the most recognized of all the dance forms. But it is more difficult to learn than, say, jive or cha cha, and c...

Ballroom Dancing A Good Aerobic Workout

According to a new Mexican study ballroom dancing is as good an aerobic workout as more conventional forms of exercise. Reporting his findings to the World Congress of Cardiology in Barcelona// , Spain, Dr. Hermes Ilarraza of the National Institute of Cardiology said, “The benefits of phys...

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