Bangers and Mash is no ordinary life story – it’s a tourist’s guide to cancer treatment in pictures. “Being treated for cancer is like being in a foreign country” is how author Keith Hern puts it, “and what you really need is a guidebook.” [Read more…]
As the Economist foresees a third industrial revolution in manufacturing, it is increasingly plain that the nature of cities is changing globally along the lines of our increasing engagement with work and play online. The trend of movement out to the suburbs has, thankfully, been reversed, meaning a greater amount of active minds in more dense populations. The many branches of urban development (in this book, particular focus is given to sustainability, interconnectivity, community, and commerce) are steeled by a newfound optimism, with small, experimental projects given room to breathe and flourish (or fail and teach us lessons) more and more by civic authorities.
Michelin today launches the fourth edition of the bilingual MICHELIN guide Hong Kong Macau. Not only does it reflect the sustained improvement in the quality of restaurants in Hong Kong and Macau, it also highlights the increasing richness and diversity of the delicacies to be found in each city. The latest Hong Kong Macau guide […]