In Dubai, Filipina pulls no punches in jokes on Mideast life

Peering out into the darkened audience of a Dubai bar, comedian Imah Dumagay leaned into the microphone and addressed the mistaken perception that many people have across the Middle East

FASHION | Inspiration from the 90s

This month, Shanghai Tang launches Yuni Ahn for Shanghai Tang, an exclusive collaboration with eponymous designer Yuni Ahn. Yuni Ahn for Shanghai Tang debuts with a Pre-Fall 2021 Collection of ready-to-wear, bags, shoes,

One good Thing | Nepal’s God of Sight eye doctor to expand work beyond border

Just next to the Mayadevi temple where Buddha was born more than 2,600 years ago, hundreds of people lined up outside a makeshift hospital on a recent hazy day, hoping

Obituary | Beat poet, publisher Lawrence Ferlinghetti dies at 101

Lawrence Ferlinghetti, the poet, publisher, bookseller and activist who helped launch the Beat movement in the 1950s and embodied its curious and rebellious spirit well into the 21st century, has

Investigation: Sitting on billions, Catholic dioceses amassed taxpayer aid

When the coronavirus forced churches to close their doors and give up Sunday collections, the Roman Catholic Diocese of Charlotte turned to the federal government's signature small business relief program

Exclusive Investigation: Child labor in palm oil industry tied to Girl Scout cookies

They are two young girls from two very different worlds, linked by a global industry that exploits an army of children. Olivia Chaffin, a Girl Scout in rural Tennessee, was a

Ant Group: Inside the chaotic unraveling of Jack Ma’s $35 billion IPO

The mid-level bureaucrats left China’s richest man waiting as they prepared for a meeting that would send shockwaves across the financial world. It was Monday morning in Beijing, and Jack Ma

Sean Connery, the ‘original’ James Bond, dies at 90

Sean Connery, the charismatic Scottish actor who rose to international superstardom as the suave secret agent James Bond and then abandoned the role to carve out an Oscar-winning career in

Plan to retrieve Titanic radio spurs debate on human remains

People have been diving to the Titanic's wreck for 35 years. No one has found human remains, according to the company that owns the salvage rights. But the company's plan to

News of the World | The Australian Dream is dying in the wildfires

The fabric of Australian life, that sun-licked, healthy, outdoor way of living that has drawn people to the continent for decades, is under assault. The unprecedented

News of the World | The FBI can unlock Florida terrorist’s iPhones without Apple

The FBI is pressing Apple Inc. to help it break into a terrorist’s iPhones, but the government can hack into the devices without the technology giant, according

News of the World | Prince Harry and Meghan to ‘step back’ as senior UK royals

The announcement by Prince Harry and Meghan Markle — aka the Duke and Duchess of Sussex — that they’re stepping back from being “senior” members of Britain’s

News of the World | No end in sight to Australian wildfire crisis

Australia’s wildfire crisis intensified this week as coastal towns across the southeast caught ablaze, forcing thousands of stranded tourists and locals to seek refuge on beaches.

News of the World | Saudi Arabia cuts loose with bevy of models and a rave

Supermodels and social media mavens, their makeup artists and hair stylists in tow, posed at a concert in leather pants, chunky sweaters and trendy black combat boots.

News of the World | Avoiding fake reviews and tricky ads

There are lots of bargains online during the holidays, but also plenty of ways to get scammed, even at established outlets like Amazon. How can you

Travelog | A tattoo at a time, Afghan woman takes on society’s taboos

A female tattoo artist, a rarity in ultra-conservative Afghanistan, is taking a big risk with every customer she takes on. It’s been 18 months since Suraya Shaheedi

News of the World | Sold to China as a bride, she came home on brink of death

Sold by her family as a bride to a Chinese trafficker, Samiya David spent only two months in China. When she returned to Pakistan, the once robust woman

News of the World | Half-North Korean, half-Chinese kids struggle in South Korea

Song Hong Ryon looks like any other young woman in South Korea. But three years after her arrival from China, the half-North Korean, half-Chinese 19-year-old has made

‘The Wall’ cemented Pink Floyd’s fame – but destroyed the band

Forty years ago, on Nov. 30, 1979, the English progressive rock band Pink Floyd released its 11th studio album, “The Wall.” Featuring 26 tracks, two

MDT Review | Macao Baroque Music Festival V: Connecting Worlds

Baroque music is all too rare in Asia. Several years ago when the Alliance Française of Macao decided to create a baroque music festival, supported by the Macau Foundation,

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