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Uruguay’s envoy loves her home full of art

Uruguay’s envoy loves her home full of art

FOR Uruguay’s ambassador to China, Rosario Portell, a spacious city apartment proves the ideal setting for an array of clean-lined furniture and a well-curated collection of Uruguayan art that she is ...

Patsy Yang | September 14, 2014, Sunday


Artist creatively depicts old movie beauties

Artist Liu Manwen appears surprisingly young for her age.Clad in a black dress with a brilliantly hued silk scarf, Liu still keeps a slender figure and delicate skin in her 50s.Liu’...

Wang Jie | September 14, 2014, Sunday


Apple Watch looks like a winner

As computerized wristwatches go, the upcoming Apple Watch looks impressive.I like that it will come in two sizes, so the watch won’t feel giant on smaller hands, as some competing watches do....

Anick Jesdanun | September 14, 2014, Sunday


City lanes fuse Chinese, Western styles

This term refers to a unique architectural style of residential buildings in Shanghai, which combines both Chinese and Western elements.Built of wood and red bricks, the two- or three-...

Peter Zhang | September 14, 2014, Sunday


Shanghai inspires Indian writer

Shanghai inspires Indian writer

Having finished his 10-week residency last month at the M Literary in Shanghai, Jeet Thayil, an Indian performance poet and novelist,...

Xu Qin | September 14, 2014, Sunday


Spring collections delight in the Big Apple

Spring collections delight in the Big Apple

Diane von FurstenbergYou know that sullen model stare?Diane von Furstenberg was having none of it at her New York Fashion Week show last Sunday,...

September 14, 2014, Sunday

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Zac O’Yeah:Detective novelist fond of rock/pop books

Zac O’Yeah:Detective novelist fond of rock/pop books

“INDIA Psychedelic: The Story of a Rocking Generation” by Sidharth Bhatia is a great book, because it is a first-of-its-kind history of Indian rock music — and it is written by a fellow who was there, ...

Xu Qin | September 14, 2014, Sunday


Internationalism is goal of globe-trotting designer

Who is he? Danish designer Johannes Torpe runs his own design studios in Copenhagen and has partner studios in Beijing, Hong Kong and Padova, Italy....

Patsy Yang | September 14, 2014, Sunday


Sun surname has multiple origins in ancient China

Sun, which literally means grandson or offspring, is actually a surname of the descendants of different families. There are an estimated 18 million people surnamed Sun in China,...

Zhang Qian | September 14, 2014, Sunday


Qiang among China’s ancients

Qiang among China’s ancients

RECORDS of strength and bravery carved onto bones and tortoise shells provide insights into an ancient nomadic people in western China called “Qiang,” who have inhabited the area for more than 3,000 years. While ...

Zhang Qian | September 7, 2014, Sunday


Satisfying dive into romantic suspense

Dr Emory Charbonneau, a pediatrician and marathon runner, finds herself trapped in an isolated cabin with a man hiding from the world in “Mean Streak,” Sandra Brown’...

September 7, 2014, Sunday


A vacation to hell for stressed mother

A single mother takes a vacation that descends into hell in Gregg Hurwitz’s latest thriller, “Don’t Look Back.” Eve Hardaway struggles at home as she cares for a young boy with severe dietary restrictions ...

Jeff Ayers | September 7, 2014, Sunday


A smart, sassy essay collection

Roxane Gay may call herself a bad feminist ­— she cops to loving pink and dancing to misogynist music - but she is a badass writer.In her new collection of essays, “Bad Feminist,”...

Rasha Madkour | September 7, 2014, Sunday


Comfort and style converge at Cachet Boutique hotel

August 24, 2014, Sunday



 

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