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Lovers of all things Bollywood are in for a treat when pop star Mohit Chauhan performs a one-off concert at Kitec on May 10.


Cinematic dramatisations of real-life events were big at this year's Oscars. Among them was No, a rousing film about an advertising executive's campaign for a referendum to unseat Chilean dictator General Augusto Pinochet in 1988. Pablo Larraín's drama, which received a nomination for best foreign film, stars Gael García Bernal.


Join the long lunchtime queue at the Sing Heung Yuen restaurant to order the instant noodles in tomato broth and the crispy buns. This dai pai dong in Central is busy, but it's worth the wait.


Fashion hub Tokyo can be challenging for the uninitiated shopper, with many of the best places squeezed into tiny spaces or hidden down back alleys. We provide a guide to the most fashionable neighbourhoods.


Geeks and gamers have long known about augmented reality, but now anyone with a smartphone or tablet can connect with a slew of gadgets that blur the line between what's real and what's computer-generated.



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