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Osborne is the brains behind novels such as the Ballad of a Small Player and Hunters in the Dark, both of which are being made into films
Their simple life in harmony with nature is vanishing, but a social enterprise using nomads as guides helps preserve it by taking visitors to camp with herders If you want an experience that gets you out of your comfort zone and into the wilderness, consider spending some time with nomadic herders on the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau in…
Malaysian author Tan Tweng Eng has won this year’s Man Asian Literary Prize for “The Garden of Evening Mists,” set in the aftermath of the Japanese occupation of Malaysia.
Coming from two different countries, trained in the US and practising in China with global clients, Lyndon Neri and Rossana Hu show that design has no borders.
Paula Bronstein has spent years depicting the lives and suffering of ordinary Afghans, with a focus on women who attempt suicide to escape forced and abusive marriages
A dearth of nightlife options and a series of power outages leave Kate Whitehead and her tour group wandering round Pyongyang looking for some fun