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Blending great taste with sense of comfort

Blending great taste with sense of comfort

PART of the charm of any well-decorated apartment is the lifetime of stories collected on the walls and placed in every nook and cranny. The Consul General of Peru in Hong Kong and Macau, David Malaga, ...

Patsy Yang | October 19, 2014, Sunday

25 million Zhous come from 2 sources

the family of Zhou stars in Chinese history as a family adept with both the pen and the sword, thanks to two distinguished historic figures — Zhou Yafu and Zhou Dunyi....

Zhang Qian and Lu Nan | October 19, 2014, Sunday

Ancient Shanxi houses strong yet elaborate

In northern China’s Shanxi Province, one of the world’s major coal-producing regions, residential dwellings are normally one of two types — cave houses or courtyard houses.In the mountainous areas,...

October 19, 2014, Sunday

Expert’s life takes big turn from frozen chickens to ancient art

Expert’s life takes big turn from frozen chickens to ancient art

WHEN Ji Chongjian was processing tens of thousands of frozen chickens at a factory in the 1980s he never dreamed of one day becoming a big art collector and the owner of an auction house. “Life can never ...

Wang Jie | October 19, 2014, Sunday

Scientists help determine authenticity of paintings

Dressed in an immaculate white lab coat, Sandra Mottaz stared intently through a stereo microscope at a bold-colored painting purportedly by French master Fernand Leger,...

Nina Larson | October 19, 2014, Sunday

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Richard Woolley: Future UK intrigue

Richard Woolley: Future UK intrigue

Called a “literature of ideas,” science fiction has long been used as a framework to explore politics, identity, desire, morality, social structure and other literary themes in a futuristic setting....

Xu Qin | October 19, 2014, Sunday

Finding the right spark for more livable cities

Who is he? British architect Stephen Pimbley was born in the late 1950s into an environment that was embracing all things new, America, plastics, synthetic clothing, television,...

October 19, 2014, Sunday

Newlyweds do not live together

The Mulao people have a tradition, kept through the centuries, that few ethnic groups still maintain: Its newlywed couples do not live together. With a population listed at 216,257,...

Zhang Qian and Lu Nan | October 12, 2014, Sunday

Lush, easy-on-eyes adaptation

Lush, easy-on-eyes adaptation

Who can say no to a good Patricia Highsmith adaptation? Though her 1964 suspense thriller “The Two Faces of January” is not the easiest story to bring to the screen, the production,...

Deborah Young | October 12, 2014, Sunday

Crime thriller evokes Hearst-SLA events

Walter Mosley evokes the curious turns of the Patty Hearst kidnapping saga and the fractured culture of that era in “Rose Gold,” his latest Easy Rawlins crime thriller.Rawlins,...

Kendal Weaver | October 12, 2014, Sunday

Key role of fathers rediscovered

From the tiniest microbe to the origins of the universe, it sometimes feels as if every subject generates a vast tide of scientific study, with nothing escaping scrutiny....

Kevin Begos | October 12, 2014, Sunday

Brilliant biography of a tortured genius

When “The Glass Menagerie” opened on Broadway in 1945,...

Ann Levin | October 12, 2014, Sunday

Comfort and style converge at Cachet Boutique hotel

August 24, 2014, Sunday


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