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Changing perceptions of Jiading

EVERYTHING from ancient temples to Formula 1 racing captures the attention of American writer Kate Baker in her book “Jiading: Centuries of History, Decades of Change”, recently published in Shanghai. ...

April 26, 2015, Sunday


Sculpting an identity in art world

ISAMU Noguchi was a difficult man who made art easy to look at. In his life and work, he was riddled with contradictions. Humble and egotistical. Steadfast and temperamental. Listless and energetic. A ...

April 26, 2015, Sunday


Remembering route to redemption

DAVID Baldacci has written another thriller that will have readers engaged from the first page. Amos Decker, a stellar athlete who made it to the NFL, experienced a helmet-to-helmet collision on his first ...

April 26, 2015, Sunday


Haunting image of development

IN 2006-07, while studying Chinese at Zhejiang University, American Wade Shepard made a trip to Tiantai Mountain — a hermitage said to be the birthplace of the Buddhist Tiantai Sect and the Taoist Nanzong ...

April 19, 2015, Sunday


Looking beyond human facades

T.C. Boyle’s new book is about serious subject matters: a tourist from a cruise liner killing a robber at a port of call, a mentally ill young man running around with an assault rifle in the coastal forests ...

April 12, 2015, Sunday


An adventure into the forests of Laos

SPOILER alert: There are no unicorns in Laos. But don’t blame nature writer William deBuys for trying to find one. The premise of “The Last Unicorn” is simple: DeBuys tagged along with biologist William ...

April 12, 2015, Sunday


Lifting the lid on life in South Korea

IDEAS and culture have passed between China, South Korea, and Japan for centuries. But those who think South Korea is “just like China” or “just like Japan” are badly mistaken, says Daniel Tudor, author ...

April 12, 2015, Sunday


Author reflects on adolescence and his famous novel ‘English’

ADOLESCENCE is full of stress and turmoil. Rapid changes in the body and a desire to fit in with peers create anxiety and feelings that teenagers take years to process. ...

April 5, 2015, Sunday


Abandoned Berlin full of history

EVEN as real estate prices in Berlin rise inexorably and gentrification turns rundown corners into trendy neighborhoods, the German capital is still filled with eerie pockets of empty spaces and abandoned ...

March 29, 2015, Sunday


O’Nan on F. Scott Fitzgerald’s final days in Hollywood

AUTHOR Stewart O’Nan’s 15th novel, “West of Sunset,” follows writer F. Scott Fitzgerald through his final years in Hollywood, when fame and fortune had dwindled....

March 29, 2015, Sunday


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