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Slackers, shops and travelers all score with this year’s World Cup

Slackers, shops and travelers all score with this year’s World Cup

PURVEYORS of TVs, tourism and takeaway meals are banking on a World Cup bonanza while bosses strive to avert a four-yearly wave of worker absenteeism. As football’s flagship tournament kicks off in Russia, ...

Jitendra Joshi | June 17, 2018, Sunday


Tight squeeze for HK young professionals

Tight squeeze for HK young professionals

AS housing prices spiral in Hong Kong, young professionals are living in ever-shrinking spaces, with box-like “nano-flats” and co-shares touted as fashionable solutions. Blocks of sleek miniature apartments packed ...

Yan Zhao | June 17, 2018, Sunday


Brazil has finger on pulse of button football

Brazil has finger on pulse of button football

THE ball goes right over the defenders and into the corner of the net. Goal for Zidane! Well, at least a goal for a little plastic disk with the French football legend’s name on it. Welcome to the wacky ...

Louis Genot | June 17, 2018, Sunday


International Awards for Art Criticism submissions wanted

International Awards for Art Criticism submissions wanted

THE Fifth International Awards for Art Criticism is open to candidates from all over the world. Co-organized by the Shanghai Minsheng Art Museum, the China Minsheng Banking Cooperation and the Royal ...

June 17, 2018, Sunday


Chinese shadow puppetry steps out of shade and into spotlight

Chinese shadow puppetry steps out of shade and into spotlight

MORE than 2,000 years ago, Lady Li, the favorite concubine of Emperor Wu of the Han Dynasty (202 BC-AD 220), died of illness. The emperor was so heartbroken by the loss that he became deeply depressed ...

June 17, 2018, Sunday


Mughal exhibit a reminder of city’s artistic past

Mughal exhibit a reminder of city’s artistic past

DISFIGURED by four decades of war, the Afghan capital Kabul offers few reminders of its former glory in Islamic art or religious tolerance, but a rare exhibition of Mughal paintings is seeking to change ...

June 10, 2018, Sunday


Mumbai’s slums get a colorful restoration

Mumbai’s slums get a colorful restoration

MUMBAI’S slums are getting a colorful makeover thanks to an organization that aims to change how people perceive deprived areas in India’s financial capital. Volunteers have transformed some 12,000 homes ...

June 10, 2018, Sunday


Climbers smash El Capitan speed record to become masters of rock

Climbers smash El Capitan speed record to become masters of rock

TWO of the world’s best rock climbers coped with frightening falls and the deaths of two fellow climbers on the same rock in a month-long quest to shatter a mythical record in Yosemite National Park. Tenacity ...

Brian Melley | June 10, 2018, Sunday


Azul’s relaunch a complete culinary journey

Azul’s relaunch a complete culinary journey

AZUL has just celebrated its 15-year anniversary by re-launching the Latin restaurant with a new chef, modern outlook and a fresh menu. Azul is the brainchild of Shanghai veteran restaurateur Eduardo ...

Patsy Yang | June 10, 2018, Sunday


UVA wine bar brings back authentic taste of Italy

UVA wine bar brings back authentic taste of Italy

BACK in 2012, UVA Wine Bar was the first of its type in the city specializing in Italian wine. It was in the blood for co-founders Piercarlo Panozzo, originally from Bologna, Emilia Romagna and Ivan Icardi, ...

Yang Di | June 10, 2018, Sunday




 

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