With Xbox One and PlayStation 4 on the horizon, smartphone gaming and micro-consoles are getting ready for a shoot-out, writes Jamie Carter.

Dutch turntable king DJ Tiësto just wants to make you dance, writes Richard Lord.

From art rock darlings to stadium-filling rock gods, The Killers have taken the heady ride to fame in their stride, writes Charley Lanyon.

Guided food tours are a fascinating way to learn about local culture and customs, writes Anneliese O'Young.

If you're in the market for a relaxing budget break, bypass bustling Taipei and head for Taiwan's bucolic east coast, writes Joanna Chiu.

The neon cow sign at Sammy's Kitchen was an advert for Angus beef. Now, it's a controversial landmark.

A musical pairing of young artists offers a fresh and dynamic take on Beethoven's sonatas, writes Sam Olluver.

Critics panned it, but quirky family road trip comedy We're the Millers has been a surprise hit at the box office, writes Richard James Havis.

My business partner Virginia Ngai and I founded Spark Studios this year. The idea was to give children a convenient, private place to unleash their creativity and improve their English while...

 

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