Outside the entrance to Tony Morvant’s home, down a picturesque alleyway in a residential part of Russian Market, is a large clay pot full of bamboo stems. The sight could hardly be more appropriate.
THEY may never be able to fill a stadium for a rock concert, but computers are making inroads in the music industry, capable of producing songs – and convincingly so – as illustrated at the South by Southwest festival in Texas.
THE west bank of the Hong (Red) River in Hanoi’s Tay Ho District is famous for its traditional flower villages – Tu Lien, Nhat Tan, Quang An and Phu Thuong.
TSHEMDONA is one of the progressive villages in Lamgong county, Paro, Bhutan. It is about 2.3km north of Paro town at an altitude of 2280m above sea level and surrounded by fertile rice terraces.
Durable shoes made from old car tyres became the distinctive style of the Khmer Rouge regime four decades ago.
USING modern digital technology, more than 30 masterpieces by Vincent van Gogh – the world’s most famous post-impressionist artist, are on display at an ongoing exhibition at the Vincom Center for Contemporary Arts (VCCA) in the Vietnamese capital Hanoi.
Early one morning, a middle-aged man sits near water mixing animal food and packing it into a plastic bag. He then heads to a water reservoir, knife in hand, holding a half-full plastic sports bottle.
UMER Farooq’s grandfather and father made bagpipes. Now he is the third generation to take up the tradition in Pakistan, which is thousands of kilometres from Scotland yet sells thousands of bagpipes each year.
Cambodia, 11 March 2019 – COLLIN’S® Cambodia - Sky Dining & Gastro Bar is open for business on Level 13 at The Bridge SOHO. Located on the 13th Level, this new sky bar promises a gastronomic dining experience set against a panoramic view of the city and picturesque sunsets.
LIFESTYLE: It's full-steam ahead for Phnom Penh's hottest new cafe, thanks to a familiar face behind the scenes.