If you ever wished you could overcome the fear of heights, wall climbing may be the answer.
Five years ago, a group of university students in Spain’s Basque Country decided they wanted to shake up a sector – any sector – but preferably one to do with food or drink.
THE Metropolitan Opera is digging deep into its bag of tricks as it attempts to lure in younger generations more familiar with “Mozart in the Jungle” than its long-dead inspiration.
BOLLYWOOD box office king Rajkumar Hirani believes a new golden age is dawning for the Indian movie industry as filmmakers look outside the box to tell more varied stories.
THOUSANDS of Two new major exhibitions opening in Paris on Wednesday counterpoint the work of a pair of art world rebels – Jean-Michel Basquiat and Egon Schiele.
As coffee begins to saturate the market in Phnom Penh and beyond, with many cafes shut down one after another, young entrepreneurs who are still passionate about the business are finding ways to attract customers.
ORGANISERS of Asia’s largest film festival have issued a rallying cry to its supporters as the event emerges from years of starring in its own political drama.
A WORLD away from the opulence showcased in hit rom-com “Crazy Rich Asians”, a critically acclaimed film noir is shedding light on a less well-known side of Singapore – the precarious existence of its migrant workers.
Mondulkiri Province is famous for its locally grown avocados, and picking them with your own two hands is an experience that shouldn’t be missed.
Something is brewing in Cambodia.