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Asian designers are taking the classic Chinese dress to new global heights

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Get away from global climate and political woes to destinations that offer recovery, rejuvenation and inspiration

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Hiroshima is known for its heritage, oysters and sake - lots of it

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WHAT A DIFFERENCE a decade makes. Smartphones, streaming TV, social media, influencers, memes and dating apps have completely changed the way we connect and consume information. Dramatic social and political changes involving women’s rights (#MeToo, Time’s Up), LGBTQ rights (more countries decrimininalise homosexuality) and minority rights (Black Lives Matter, Native Lives Matter), among others, have altered the way we relate to each other. The climate crisis has also modified the way we live and design our homes. What might the 2020s – or at least the first half of it – look like? We ask the experts.

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F&B industry players look back at 2019 and what to expect in the year to come

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The festivities are in full swing at these four family homes.

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In Tokyo, the festive season is one of bright lights and romantic celebrations

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Papilla Hair Care Centre unveils medical-grade hair rejuvenation treatment developed by Korean scientists

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Georgia and Armenia, two predominantly-Christian countries, have shaken off the rubble of their Soviet past to become top-trending travel destinations

The Christmas Issue

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A sustainable Christmas without sacrificing the good things in life? Three eco-warriors show how they’re doing it

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Go off-radar and seek out these one-of-a-kind culinary experiences in Tokyo and beyond

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Entrepreneurs Nelson and Terence Loh share their thoughts on charity and getting Barack Obama to speak at their upcoming fundraising gala

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Kids are a growing business for mumpreneurs.

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Visit Yamagata for its hot springs and premium wagyu; explore Tokyo's Tsukiji and Toyosu fish markets; and sample famous Keisuke ramen on SIA's 'Book the Cook' menu