Dreaming big and spending more: the rise of the travel concierge

*The following content was produced for Property Report magazine and was published in the March 2015 issue. Article by Meredith C. Browne* Gone are the days where a ‘holiday’ is defined by a week… Continue reading

X2 Kui Buri, a hidden gem in the Gulf of Thailand

*The following content was produced for the Royal Bangkok Sports Club magazine and was published in the December 2014 issue. Images and article by Meredith C. Browne* Picture this: the feeling of sand between… Continue reading

What’s Cooking? Trends in Asian kitchens

*The following content was produced for Property Report magazine and was published in the June 2014 issue. Article by Meredith C. Browne* Regardless of a home’s location, the rooms inside often have the same… Continue reading

The best way to let your property for less than six months

*The following content was produced for Property Report magazine and was published in the April 2014 issue. Article by Meredith C. Browne, all images credited to onefinestay.* Gilbert Sape just spent USD4,000 refurbishing his… Continue reading

Seven Spoons shines with recent accolades

*The following content was produced for Asia Eater Magazine and was published online June 3 2014. Video, images and article by Meredith C. Browne* Mediterranean-influenced restaurant Seven Spoons has been named Lifestyle Asia’s 6th Best restaurant in Bangkok,… Continue reading

BACK TO BASICS: ROOTS COFFEE ROASTER & ROAST RESTAURANT

*The following content was produced for Asia Eater Magazine and was published online May 13 2014. Video, images and article by Meredith C. Browne* Varatt “Tae” Vichit-Vadakan is serious about coffee.The owner of Roots Coffee… Continue reading

A taste of something new: Mikkeller comes to Bangkok

*The following content was produced for Asia Eater Magazine and was published online February 13 2014. Video, images and article by Meredith C. Browne* There are two things that brought Jacob Mørkenborg Rasmussen… Continue reading

What is South Korean Tourism Without K-Pop?

Korean popular music, or K-pop, is an essential component of South Korean tourism. It has become an effective and profitable method to attract tourists because of the endorsement and aid of the South… Continue reading

Evaluating ‘culture’ in Contemporary America

On a broad level ‘culture’ is defined by Ferrante as, “the way of life of a people.” But through the paradigm of sociology, the term is multi-faceted with many different interpretations and applications.… Continue reading

Williams High School sticks together to “Find a Way”

*The following content was produced for my “Reporting for the Public Good” course at Elon University and was published on September 3, 2011.* Incessant chants of “Find a Way,” resonated throughout Graham High… Continue reading