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A Mediterranean fare to remember

Utara Coffee House at Armada Hotel does not only serve local fare. Diners will also discover that executive chef Chew Teik Chye has prepared a special menu of classic and popular Mediterranean favourites.


Growing e-waste problem

Piles of electronic waste are rising rapidly across the globe.


World Vision Malaysia lights the path for Syrians

Syrian child refugees now have a chance of a brighter future in their dark world with an NGO’s concerted efforts.


T for you?

About ‘Low T’ and the peril of medicating grumpy old men.

Asia & Oceania

Snowless in Lebanon: Abnormally dry winter killing ski resorts, crops

The mountains north of Beirut, usually a snowy winter playground for skiers and other tourists, are brown, muddy and completely empty this season.


Dream come true for actor Joe Manganiello

The hunky actor finally gets to star alongside his childhood hero Arnold Schwarzenegger in 'Sabotage'.


Iran's lost generation: Refugee children without a future

A bestselling Afghan-American author and UN Goodwill Ambassador shares his experience in Iran of meeting ‘so many children older than their years, refugees deprived of a future’.


Children of Syria: Schooling a lost generation

Children who have fled Syria to Lebanon have witnessed and experienced things no child should.

Eating Out

Lebanese cuisine leaves diners spoilt for choice

Award-winning chef Ali El Bourji cooks up a storm at Mosaic in Mandarin Oriental.


Laughter with a cause: Clowns helping Syrian kids smile again

Does aid work always have to be serious? Do you have to be a doctor working on the frontline or an aid worker distributing food to refugees? David Clay, a clown from the US, thinks not.