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Nordic decor is in blood of Finnish diplomat

Nordic decor is in blood of Finnish diplomat

When Finland’s consul general in Shanghai moved into a villa on leafy Changle Road in 2012, it was, as she puts it, “in great condition....

Yang Di | December 14, 2014, Sunday

Art, fashion and business come together

Would you like a designer tie with that painting, a collage on your new Mercedes?...

Kelli Kennedy | December 14, 2014, Sunday

Guangdong towers fuse East, West styles

Kaiping Diaolou, usually a multistory tower, is a unique rural architecture found mainly in Kaiping in southern China’s Guangdong Province....

December 14, 2014, Sunday

Actress recalls making it in Hollywood

In her well-received debut memoir, “A Story Lately Told,” Anjelica Huston described her upbringing in Ireland and London with her famous father, director John Huston, and dancer mother, Enrica Soma....

Bernard Vaughan | December 14, 2014, Sunday

Irish author-critic McCarthy details love of novels, poems

Irish author-critic McCarthy details love of novels, poems

Q: What’s the best book you’ve read recently? The best book I’ve read recently is a collection of poems, “The Hotel Oneira,” by American poet August Kleinzahler. Kleinzahler writes about the loneliness ...

Xu Qin | December 14, 2014, Sunday

Telling stories by design is his passionate pursuit

Who is he?Jose Ja Ja Ja is an architect, brewer with his brothers, illustrator and comic drawer, but deep down he is a storyteller....

December 14, 2014, Sunday

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A poignant farewell to Williams

A poignant farewell to Williams

Take heed: There are at least two acutely sad moments involving Robin Williams’ Teddy Roosevelt in the latest “Night at the Museum....

Lindsey Bahr | December 21, 2014, Sunday

‘Penguins’ a fun romp for under-10 set

‘Penguins’ a fun romp for under-10 set

For a movie that’s more paint by numbers than Picasso, “Penguins of Madagascar” begins with something completely unexpected: a Werner Herzog voice-over....

December 21, 2014, Sunday

Once secret garden now world famous

Once secret garden now world famous

Deep inside his massive garden of handmade waterfalls and sculptures, Nek Chand recalls toiling away secretly in the dead of night for a staggering 18 years to create his wonderland in northern India....

Abhaya Srivastava | December 21, 2014, Sunday

Italian artist sheds some tears in his latest work

Internationally acclaimed artist Francesco Vezzoli’s giant face peered across the Huangpu River on December 13th....

Wang Jie | December 21, 2014, Sunday

Donkey dies, man charged

An obese man was charged with animal abuse in Spain after a young donkey died three days after the man allegedly sat on it at an outdoor Nativity scene....

December 21, 2014, Sunday

Fashion statements for your pet

These clothing designers have to think about pattern, fabric and fit — as well as where to put the poo bags....

Sue Manning | December 21, 2014, Sunday

‘K-Pop’ a fun look at Korean music

The recent remake of “Little Apple,” a song by the Chinese duo Chopstick Brothers, by South Korean girl band T-ara has once again shined a spotlight on Korean pop culture....

Xu Qin | December 21, 2014, Sunday

Comfort and style converge at Cachet Boutique hotel

August 24, 2014, Sunday


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