Grassroots Pantry founder’s favourite books are ones that have given her peace of mind, helped her develop at work, and taught her about making every meal count and the politics of foodContinue Reading ...
British pop star whose family fled war-torn Kosovo when she was seven, is thrilled to be touring again, and Hong Kong will be her first big gig of the year. She talks about acting, growing up in West London and her sold-out UK tourContinue Reading ...
Bobby Lee, who co-founded a cryptocurrency trader, explains the very different ways they are viewed by Chinese, Hongkongers and Westerners, and why China’s clampdown on trading is only making bitcoin more resilientContinue Reading ...
Thirty-eight years ago this week, John MacLennan died of gunshot wounds; a public inquiry heard claims he’d been hounded into killing himself because of his homosexuality. It’s a case with lessons still for a socially conservative cityContinue Reading ...
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With its restored Ming and Qing dynasty villas, and peaceful contemplation gardens, luxurious Amanyangyun delivers ancient culture as well as 21st-century pamperingContinue Reading ...
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It’s a long way from his native Italy, but Federico Masin has brought Venetian drama and sensibility to the magical spaces he has conjured across Asia.
Intelligence Squared’s cultural debate will look at the pros and cons of social media and its place in the evolution of the way people look at art
Documentary maker Nancy Tong talks to Kate Whitehead about her latest film and how it is prompting a new slant to her work
Next-level yoga: the secrets of Tibetan yoga explained, from tantric sex to redirecting dreams Forget your downward facing dog, Ian Baker’s book goes deep – explaining how yoga can change the course of a dream, and transfer consciousness as you die Could you spend a month alone in a cave? That was the challenge put…
Speak to most business executives about operating in a developing country and political stability, banking, transport, telecommunications and infrastructure issues are usually top of the list. But Vietnam is different – here people talk about the need to understand the psyche of the Vietnamese.
The situation got so bad at last weekend’s event that one Myanmese writer stood up during a gala dinner for 200 guests and made an impromptu speech criticising the festival for its disorganisation