Fit for purpose: Suave tailored looks for men

Make the cut with a little sartorial sophistication.

The rise and rise of the Asian megacity (and why 'metacities' are the next big thing)

Asia's rapid urbanisation is changing the very shape and nature of what we think of as a city, writes Vanessa Collingridge, in the first of a three-part series.

Author, filmmaker Guo Xiaolu looks back in anger

'I'm more in my films than my books,' says London-based Guo Xiaolu, but she may have shown enough of herself in her latest novel - timed to come out on the 25th anniversary of the Tiananmen...

Author, filmmaker Guo Xiaolu looks back in anger

An epidemic of disco fever spread through Hong Kong in the late 1970s and early 80s changed the city's nightlife forever. Take a peek at how the party scene unfolded.

My life: Dr Talavane Krishna

The founder of an Ayurveda retreat in India talks to Jo Baker about using the ancient practice to nourish both body and soul.

My life: Dr Talavane Krishna

Turning two flats into a modern, family-oriented duplex was a triumphant meeting of minds between an expecting mother and her interior designer friend.

My life: Dr Talavane Krishna

When it comes to venality among public servants, the breaking of the 'iron rice bowl' will only serve as encouragement, writes Jason Wordie.

My life: Dr Talavane Krishna

Adolf Hitler was arguably the most extraordinary leader who ever lived. A man incapable of forming normal human relationships, lacking compassion and fuelled by anger and prejudice, his hatred...