Publication date 06 November 2019 | 21:11 | ICT
A French celebrity chef who is suing the Michelin guide for suggesting he used cheddar cheese in a souffle was named as one of the 10 immortals of haute cuisine on Monday by the rival Gault & Millau guide.
Publication date 05 November 2019 | 22:25 | ICT
Backed by a rising middle-class in a population of over two million, Phnom Penh has seen steady growth in the demand for household services.
Publication date 05 November 2019 | 22:11 | ICT
A packed bus approaches Checkpoint Charlie, the Cold War’s most famous border crossing, as grim-faced East German guards whisper among themselves about whether to hold you for questioning.
Publication date 05 November 2019 | 22:05 | ICT
Quibi, the Hollywood-backed streaming service set to launch next April, will offer people on the go short-form content that can be viewed in 10-minute increments only on mobile phones.
Publication date 05 November 2019 | 22:04 | ICT
Based on the “Mae Fah Luang” project, under the royal patronage of Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn and King Rama IX, ethnic communities in Chiang Rai province were provided with knowledge about growing coffee.
Publication date 05 November 2019 | 21:01 | ICT
Munir al-Shindi could not get parts for his classic cars in the blockaded Gaza Strip, so he decided to fashion his own solution.
Publication date 05 November 2019 | 21:00 | ICT
Master of funk, musical genius, radical visionary – praise for the legendary artist Prince flies off the tongue, but for the co-author of his new memoir, no words can truly encapsulate working with the late artist.
Publication date 04 November 2019 | 21:48 | ICT
The Water Festival aligns with the date of the full moon in the Khmer lunar calendar month of Kadeuk (or Kartika in Sanskrit) when the rice crops in paddy fields are ready for harvest.
Publication date 04 November 2019 | 21:12 | ICT
Climate change is threatening to wipe out Australia’s critically endangered mountain pygmy possum, but researchers are hoping to save the hibernating species by relocating the last remaining mammals to cooler lowlands.
Publication date 04 November 2019 | 21:11 | ICT
China's millenials are increasingly pursuing happiness and sustainable living rather than wealth and luxury, award-winning sci-fi writer Chen Qiufan says, insisting the nation’s youth are waking up to environmental issues.