Hong Kong-based entrepreneur and tycoon Allan Zeman FCPA isn’t shy and is quick to spot opportunity – and dress up as a jellyfish. But there is more to him than meets the eye.Continue Reading ...
The One Heavyweight World Champion talks about everyday violence, growing up brown in the black-and-white US South, and trying his hand at actingContinue Reading ...
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Sedaris, an author and long-time contributor to The New Yorker, says he is trying to avoid becoming a cranky old man who always complains David Sedaris sounds as though he’s got the post-holiday blues – or perhaps it’s just the dry, laconic tone in which he speaks. His house in the south of England has…
Forget the murals of camels in the desert and finely woven tapestries – the recently opened Yinchuan Museum of Contemporary Art is bringing a starkly modern vision to the art of the Silk Road
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Self-taught artist had only been working for a year when she won Hong Kong Secret Walls contest. She’s already making a living from her art thanks to commissions from shops and restaurants
Physicist Michael Johnson is drumming up support and funding for his project, to launch tiny spacecraft into space and to the moon
The London-based dissident novelist talks to Kate Whitehead about the Cultural Revolution, challenging the Party and finding a place to call home