Post Magazine: April 7 | South China Morning Post
Time for reflection

It's best to visit the Hani rice terraces of Yunnan now - before the tourist trickle turns into a flood. Words and pictures by Gary Jones.

Serious reservations

Built to be a symbol of national pride, the Ryugyong Hotel in Pyongyang has instead become one of ridicule for North Korea's Kim dynasty. As it is finally readied for business, a nervous Simon...

Hong Kong state of mind

Director Wong Kar-wai talks to Mathew Scott about revealing the city to itself on film and exploring the cultural aspects of kung fu movies.

Hong Kong state of mind

Put pungent, overfermented kimchi to good use by allowing it to flavour other ingredients.
 

Divine brights

A kaleidoscopic riot of colour has transformed a five-storey Stanley house into a mesmerising family home.
 

Divine brights

Arm yourself with one of this season's show-stopping coats.

Divine brights

The rock star turned particle physicist talks to Rachael Barker about life, the universe and, most importantly, 1980s pop music.

Divine brights

Is laughter the best medicine? Of course not, morphine is. But it's hard to argue against the healing power of a good belly laugh; and while there are many reasons to give a little chuckle, good...

 

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