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Courage For Beginners: Story of a kid you want to see win

Courage For Beginners is a winning tale of a young girl who digs deep to find her wellspring of courage.


Helping your kids look cool in school hurts their relationships

The pressure to look cool and have the latest things could be too much for children. This can hurt their peer relationships, says study.


Whose job is it to keep our kids safe when they go online?

Ensuring children are protected in cybersafe is a collective responsibility.


Modern architecture ideas come to Chicago

The graceful classicism of Chicago's built heritage is playing host to forward-looking ideas on architecture in its first expo.


World’s best buildings announced at awards

The World Architecture Festival 2015 announces the best works in architecture and interior design.


Apartments stacked like toy blocks win World Building of the Year

The World Architecture Festival 2015 recognised the year’s best building and other structures and projects of distinct calibre.


Marine invasive species benefiting from rising CO2 levels

Algae and jellyfish spreading their territories due to ocean acidification.


Love letter to Paris

When our columnist finally visits Paris, she finds that it is everything, and nothing, like what she’d expected.


Dear Thelma: My wife should be grateful for my sacrifices

He doesn't understand why his wife is not happy that he places his parents and siblings before her and his stepson.

Eating Out

When the ayu fish arrive, it's the sweet sign of summer

It’s spring in Japan when the cherry blossom blooms. And it’s not summer until the ayu fish is on the table.