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Gourds a gift to delight and refresh

Gourds a gift to delight and refresh

WHEN the appetite is gloomy in the hot and muggy summer, fresh produce and light flavors are here to come to the rescue. The green gourds from the Cucurbitaceae family in particular are delightful and ...

Li Anlan | July 5, 2020, Sunday


Summer freshening cucumbers and wines

Summer freshening cucumbers and wines

THE Cucurbitaceae family belongs to the order Cucurbitales that includes 98 genera and about 1,000 species, some of which are edible. Find that difficult to digest? Allow me to simplify. Cucurbitaceae ...

July 5, 2020, Sunday


For a spice of suancaiyu, Tai Er hits the spot

For a spice of suancaiyu, Tai Er hits the spot

SUANCAIYU, the spicy fish dish cooked with sour pickled cabbage and chili, is a great summertime dish when the appetite needs an extra boost of exciting flavors. And where is my go-to suancaiyu restaurant? ...

Li Anlan | July 5, 2020, Sunday


Le Bec’s authentic French gourmet experience

Le Bec’s authentic French gourmet experience

THE tree-lined Xinhua Road embraced French flair for the first time when Bistro 321 le Bec opened its doors six years ago. And, for the city’s discerning diners, it brought an authentic French gourmet ...

Yang Di | July 5, 2020, Sunday


‘Hamilfilm’ grasps revolutionary spirit

‘Hamilfilm’ grasps revolutionary spirit

LIN-MANUEL Miranda likes to picture the millionaire Mr Howell from “Gilligan’s Island,” saying the brag. You know the one. “Well, I saw it with the original cast.” On Friday, Miranda stole that boast ...

Jake Coyle | July 5, 2020, Sunday


Dancers adapt to staging productions online

Dancers adapt to staging productions online

HOW do you create dance in the age of coronavirus when dancers are not supposed to touch each other and stay 1 or 2 meters apart? All across the world choreographers grapple with the challenge of creating ...

Rana Moussaoui | July 5, 2020, Sunday


‘Mona Lisa’ back to grindstone as Louvre reopens

‘Mona Lisa’ back to grindstone as Louvre reopens

THE “Mona Lisa” found herself all alone. The coronavirus pandemic had emptied her room at the Louvre Museum of its usual throngs of admirers. In a silence worthy of a cathedral, she gazed undisturbed ...

John Leicester | July 5, 2020, Sunday


Playing and planting: Nepali farmers mark paddy day

Playing and planting: Nepali farmers mark paddy day

SPLASHING mud and drinking local rice beer, Nepali farmers this week celebrated National Paddy Day to mark the beginning of the rice-planting season, despite some coronavirus lockdown measures still in ...

July 5, 2020, Sunday


Engaging an interior aesthetic

Engaging an interior aesthetic

WHO is she? Natalia McLean is head of design for Uribe Schwarzkopf, a leading architectural planning, design and construction company in Quito, Ecuador. Over the past few years they have collaborated ...

July 5, 2020, Sunday


A sophisticated, cosy, refuge for a family to nest in

A sophisticated, cosy, refuge for a family to nest in

THE beauty of Cissy Chen’s downtown apartment lies in the balance of relaxed simplicity and sense of individuality thanks to the Shanghai native’s natural talent for interior style. Chen, with her French ...

Patsy Yang | July 5, 2020, Sunday




 

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