Heart warming: artichoke recipes

Fresh artichokes are expensive in Hong Kong, but the frozen variety are a worthy stand-in for summer dishes.

Heart warming: artichoke recipes

Bhutan's Punakha Valley is dotted with references to the Divine Madman and his weapon of mass seduction. Words and pictures by Keith Mundy.

Author Bi Feiyu leaves it all down to chance

Bi Feiyu is a master of fate. The outspoken author and winner of the Man Asian Literary Prize tells Oliver Chou how providence has shaped his work.

It's a small world: the Kingdom of the Little People

The Kingdom of the Little People stands accused of exploiting its workers, many of whom the Yunnan theme park has given an income and independence that were denied them elsewhere, writes Simon...

It's a small world: the Kingdom of the Little People

Forty years after the puzzle was invented, a new generation of Rubik's cubers are taking the sport to extremes, writes Ian Scheffler.

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An artistic homeowner brought in a designer to help renovate and personalise a brand new house.

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Liven up your summer wardrobe with bold and beautiful prints.

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The soon-to-be nonagenarian tells Bernice Chan how she went from a happy childhood in Hong Kong to being sold off as a teenage bride in Jiangxi.

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You can't beat a nice cup of tea, can you? It's equally invigorating and comforting, and I drink an average of eight cups a day. I've had three in the time it's taken me to type this sentence.