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Christmas home décor: deck the halls with unusual tree ornaments and Japanese wabi-sabi

When it comes to decorations, you can show a little less decorum by giving rein to creative impulses with edgy tinsel and baubles as well as wooden trees

18 Dec 2018 - 6:03PM

When it comes to decorations, you can show a little less decorum by giving rein to creative impulses with edgy tinsel and baubles as well as wooden trees

Christmas home décor: deck the halls with unusual tree ornaments and Japanese wabi-sabi
Hong Kong in a period of change and danger, ex-city academic and writer Madeleine Thien warns

Everything’s on the table for city in this time of transition, says Chinese-Canadian author who taught in Hong Kong for five years and calls herself a reluctant commentator on Chinese affairs

30 Mar 2017 - 10:17AM

Everything’s on the table for city in this time of transition, says Chinese-Canadian author who taught in Hong Kong for five years and calls herself a reluctant commentator on Chinese affairs

Hong Kong in a period of change and danger, ex-city academic and writer Madeleine Thien warns
Theatre director Garry Hynes on rebelling against Irish and discovering playwright Martin McDonagh

The Tony Award-winning director talks about growing up speaking another language and discovering a playwright whose The Beauty Queen of Leenane she brings to the Lyric Theatre

20 Jul 2018 - 2:55PM

The Tony Award-winning director talks about growing up speaking another language and discovering a playwright whose The Beauty Queen of Leenane she brings to the Lyric Theatre

Theatre director Garry Hynes on rebelling against Irish and discovering playwright Martin McDonagh
Script Road literary festival in Macau set to be biggest yet

Madeleine Thien and Krys Lee head a line-up of more than 60 writers from China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Canada, Ireland, the UK, France and Brazil

16 Mar 2017 - 3:53PM

Madeleine Thien and Krys Lee head a line-up of more than 60 writers from China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Canada, Ireland, the UK, France and Brazil

Script Road literary festival in Macau set to be biggest yet
The Japanese diplomat who saved countless Jews

In defiance of official orders, Chiune Sugihara, of the Japanese consulate in Lithuania, risked his career to save the lives of Jews fleeing from the Nazis in 1940

13 Nov 2016 - 5:23PM

In defiance of official orders, Chiune Sugihara, of the Japanese consulate in Lithuania, risked his career to save the lives of Jews fleeing from the Nazis in 1940

The Japanese diplomat who saved countless Jews
My life: Olga Horak, Auschwitz survivor

As the only member of her family to survive Auschwitz, the 87-year-old author talks to Liana Cafolla about loss and the tragedy of war.

22 Mar 2014 - 11:19PM

As the only member of her family to survive Auschwitz, the 87-year-old author talks to Liana Cafolla about loss and the tragedy of war.

My life: Olga Horak, Auschwitz survivor
Singer Sarah Brightman tells of her plan to record a song in space
Culture trumps cash for PR man
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