May 11, 2011
Thai Wine Weekends
Wine lovers might not immediately think of Thailand as the place for a glass of red. One winery is trying to change that.
Thai Wine Weekends
Tiger Mothers To Be Celebrated?
May 06, 2011
Tiger Mothers To Be Celebrated?
Chinese-American author Amy Chua’s book has shaken up the image of Asian moms—for good or for bad?
Tiger Mothers To Be Celebrated?
May 05, 2011
Indoor Art Watching
Asia’s most expensive high-end artwork is no longer limited to the eyes of the elite.
Indoor Art Watching
May 02, 2011
Zhu Wei, on Art & China
What are the consequences of art in China taking a backseat to economic progress and Western influence?
Zhu Wei, on Art & China
Thai Art in Bangkok
April 28, 2011
Thai Art in Bangkok
In Bangkok, one of Thailand’s top art universities is one of the best places to find home-grown talent.
Thai Art in Bangkok
Not Lost in Translation
April 27, 2011
Not Lost in Translation
Kyung-Sook Shin’s latest novel has hit it big in the US. So why has ‘Please Look After Mom’ been so successful?
Not Lost in Translation
April 25, 2011
Japan’s Robot Love Hurts
Why wasn’t robot-loving Japan able to dispatch any useful specimens in the crucial weeks following the earthquake?
Japan’s Robot Love Hurts
Please Look After Mom
April 22, 2011
Please Look After Mom
South Korean writer Kyung-Sook Shin’s novel is a runaway hit in the US. A new dimension of the Korean Wave?
Please Look After Mom
April 21, 2011
Modern Art & Culture in Bangkok
Thailand’s capital offers many convenient spots for visitors wanting to get a feel for its vibrant arts and culture scene.
Modern Art & Culture in Bangkok
April 20, 2011
Medan's Architectural Allure
Though not one of Indonesia’s top travel destinations, a unique urban landscape makes Medan worth visiting.
Medan's Architectural Allure
Karaoke, Ancient Harmony?
April 19, 2011
Karaoke, Ancient Harmony?
A popular modern pastime in countries like China and Japan, karaoke’s roots may actually lie in ancient philosophy.
Karaoke, Ancient Harmony?
April 18, 2011
Global PechaKucha Day
90 cities around the world come together to help rebuild Japan. But how can creativity assist in disaster recovery?
Global PechaKucha Day
Creative Japan Aid, Big and Small
April 15, 2011
Creative Japan Aid, Big and Small
From a pop concerts to handmade hats, relief efforts for victims of the earthquake and tsunami are going strong.
Creative Japan Aid, Big and Small
April 14, 2011
A Whole Lot of Art in Bangkok
There are plenty of art spots to explore in Bangkok, but the centrally located Silom Galleria is a perfect place to start.
A Whole Lot of Art in Bangkok
Ai Weiwei, Art 'Godfather'
April 13, 2011
Ai Weiwei, Art 'Godfather'
Experts following the recent ‘art crackdown’ in China suggest Ai draws a distinct line between his activism and art.
Ai Weiwei, Art 'Godfather'
The Wait For Murakami's IQ84
April 12, 2011
The Wait For Murakami's IQ84
The popular writer’s first English release in years is coming. Fans are likely already on the edge of their seats.
The Wait For Murakami's IQ84
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