At Madame Tussauds in Hong Kong, star power shines bright for celebrities and the camera-toting people who love them.
Watching Il Divo is a feast for the ears and the eyes. They've got charm and good looks, but what grabs you is their "popera" style of singing, or "pop opera".
When a music festival is not purely about music, it becomes a carnival of diversified art. From March 9 to 25, Jue Music and Art Festival 2012 will be held in Beijing and Shanghai.
There is no better way to remember an exceptional woman than to pass forward her convictions and ideals.
Chinese women hold up half the sky, but they have the good sense to stay out of the sun.
COUNTY WICKLOW, Ireland - When Sinead O'Connor opened the door of her home recently, wearing a T-shirt that read "Property of Jesus" and a wool hat low over her blazing eyes, she sounded weary.
"Hollywood isn't ready for an Indian leading man," Irrfan Khan declared one recent evening.
MAIDENHEAD, England - Visiting the local park not long ago, Shelley Davies-Carr and her four sons were suddenly surrounded by a gaggle of overexcited teenagers. "Oh, my God!" they shrieked, as only teenagers can. "'Charlie Bit My Finger!'"
Mead, made from fermenting a solution of honey and water and once a staple of so many cultures, had faded into ignominy.
Any visitor to the New Museum in New York in early February might have thought that the fourth floor was being gutted.
GRANTHAM, England - Here in Margaret Thatcher's hometown, a stolid, hard-working sort of place 190 kilometers north of London, there is not a lot of fuss, nor much in the way of sentiment, to be found about the woman who went on to become Britain's longest-serving prime minister of the 20th century.
"I don't really like my friends," complains Veronica Sawyer (Winona Ryder) in the 1989 film "Heathers," a cult classic about cliques, suicide and jocks in high school. Jason Dean (Christian Slater) responds: "I don't really like your friends either."