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Sean Ono Lennon remixes father’s music

SEAN Ono Lennon’s first experience reworking his father’s catalog was terrifying and intimidating, but he had two main goals in mind to keep him on track — preserve his father’s message in the songs and ...

October 18, 2020, Sunday


One man’s coffee vision in war-torn Yemen

FARIS Sheibani has Yemeni heritage but was born and grew up in the UK. He received a master’s degree of industrial systems, manufacturing and management from the University of Cambridge and a master’s ...

September 27, 2020, Sunday


Grasping ancient culture: It’s fun and easy!

TO really know a country, you need to understand its culture and history. From that starting point, journalist and media pundit Zhang Ciyun began work on a six-volume exploration of ancient Chinese wisdom ...

August 23, 2020, Sunday


Capturing the scent of the moon in a lab

HE may never have donned a spacesuit or flown in a space shuttle, but that hasn’t stopped Frenchman Michael Moisseeff from reaching for the stars. After years of exploring and reconstructing the scents ...

August 16, 2020, Sunday


Neeson movie a family affair

WHEN Liam Neeson sits down with a script, he usually knows within five pages whether he wants to do it. He calls it his “cup of tea” test. If he finds himself eager to get one, it’s not a good sign. But ...

August 9, 2020, Sunday


Kaley takes off in ‘The Flight Attendant’

Kaley Cuoco was looking for her next project three years before “The Big Bang Theory” ended. She found it reading a snippet about a book on Amazon. “The Flight Attendant” is a dark thriller with comedic ...

August 9, 2020, Sunday


Pandemic pushes Japan’s geishas online

JAPANESE geisha “Chacha” sits on her knees with her fingertips neatly placed on the wooden floor, gracefully bowing to an audience sitting not in front of her but miles away, watching online. Beneath ...

June 21, 2020, Sunday


Aboriginal music finds fans in virus lockdown

ABORIGINAL musician Andrew Gurruwiwi usually performs to a few hundred people in Australia’s remote far north. But during the virus shutdown his audience has swelled to nearly 120,000 around the world. Gurruwiwi’s ...

June 21, 2020, Sunday


Photographer focuses on global solidarity

Iranian photographer Gohar Dashti has created a body of work exploring the relationship between nature, human migration and the ripple effects of conflict and social upheaval. She believes the coronavirus ...

June 14, 2020, Sunday


How badminton’s great rivalry was born

FIFTEEN years ago in a packed Kuala Lumpur stadium, rising stars Lin Dan and Lee Chong Wei met in a final for the first time, setting the stage for what would become badminton’s greatest rivalry. Malaysia’s ...

May 24, 2020, Sunday




 

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