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…Continue Reading ...
A group of artists are using art to immortalise the summer of unrest that is gripping the city because of the controversial extradition bill July 1, 2019. Causeway Bay. It’s 32 degrees Celsius [90 degrees Fahrenheit] but feels even hotter on the crowded street. The black clad protesters carrying placards, umbrellas and mini electric fans…Continue Reading ...
Landlord has not renewed the Italian Restaurant’s lease, amid plans for the live music venue to be turned into a food court The impassioned pleas of musicians and music lovers, backed up by a well-supported online campaign, have failed to save Hong Kong’s famed Grappa’s Cellar live music venue. The popular Italian restaurant and live…Continue Reading ...
Nature therapy, such as forest bathing – mindfully walking through nature – can help to reprogram our overstimulated minds and bodies We walk in silence slowly through the forest in Gunung Mulu National Park, Malaysian Borneo, and in the stillness, nature comes into sharp focus – the thick moss on tree trunks, the latticework of…Continue Reading ...
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Straddling the equator between Columbia and Peru, Ecuador may be the smallest Andean country but it’s packed with startling landscapes and exciting things to see and do.
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It has the world’s tallest unoccupied building, it puts on the world’s biggest annual show and it’s sometimes prone to petulant nuclear threats. But what else do you know about North Korea?
Breathe in the fresh mountain air and feast your eyes on the fascinating scenery of Dalat – this ‘City of Eternal Spring’ is a remarkable haven that calls for exploration