Jury sides with Gwyneth Paltrow in Utah ski crash trial
The eight-person jury ruled that Terry Sanderson was 100 per cent at fault, and awarded Paltrow the US$1 in symbolic damages that she had asked for in a countersuit.
American designer Tory Burch: ‘I always want to help change the dynamic for women’
This intention has always defined her business. A growth narrative that transcends mere fashion, it’s about how women can find success together when we empower one another and birth dynamic communities.
Think hearing aids are only for the elderly? Here’s why you may need them as early as in your 30s
About 20 per cent of patients with hearing loss in Singapore are in their 30s or 40s, according to an audiologist. And getting fitted with one sooner than later can actually reduce your likelihood of developing dementia.
Inside one of Singapore's first Chinese antique shops that’s set to close for good
Ying Kee Hong has reopened after 20 years of closure, only to finally close permanently on Sunday (Apr 2). We speak to the founder’s daughter-in-law and granddaughter to find out why.
88 Hong Kong Roast Meat has a new air-conditioned restaurant in the CBD
The 110-seater at Far East Square serves the signature char siew (roast pork) and sio bak (crispy roast pork belly), as well as a simple breakfast set with local kopi or tea, kaya toast and soft-boiled eggs.
Hike volcanic hills, go vintage shopping and rediscover fried rice in Taipei
Young artists, chefs and curators are redefining and embracing Taiwanese identity as its own distinct category, with a conscientious pursuit of food and design endemic to the island’s history.