Octogenarian billionaire Lui Che Woo's rags-to-riches story.
Thirty-five-year-old Jonathan Chang understands both sides of social entrepreneurship. He is the Singapore-based executive director of the Lien
Srikanth Bolla’s parents ignored advice to smother him when he was born. He went on to become the first blind student to study engineering at MIT –
It’s the 10th anniversary of Mo Ibrahim’s Index of African Governance. He explains why transparency in the world’s poorest continent is not
A Bangladeshi photographer’s sobering experiences with refugees caught up in the Syrian conflict.
What drives Jean-Bernard Hebey to accumulate thousands of vintage toasters, vacuum cleaners and other icons from the 20th Century?
This year’s winners of the ShowBoats Design Awards include a superyacht with a beach club, a glass elevator and a fireplace lounge for warming up
Shiza Shahid mentored the world’s youngest Nobel Peace Prize Winner and co-founded the Malala Fund. But she believes business, not charity, will
Hong Kong is a city divided by geography, politics and culture. Could the new cultural district go some way towards mending the rift?
New studies show artificial intelligence can bring autistic children out of their shell.
A French artist has created an installation of millions of sweets as a statement about the displacement of refugees from Syria.
Due to open its doors in October, Design Society is a partnership between state-owned developer China Merchants Shekou Holdings and the V&A — the
Despite a parting of the ways with his eponymous business 16 years ago, Prof Jimmy Choo OBE is still immersed in the art of the shoe.
K11 has joined forces with Vivienne Westwood to launch art and fashion installations in China that question the way people think about
It’s a product that reduced LVMH billionaire Bernard Arnault to tears and impressed Jay-Z so much, he bought eight for his home.
An Amazonian super-leaf drink loved by Channing Tatum, Richard Branson and Leonardo DiCaprio, is giving indigenous farmers a lift.
A restaurant serving pork knuckles and pickled cabbage in King’s Cross, London, has been voted the most beautiful in the world.
The future of lighter-than-air, luxury travel harks back to a 100-year-old war-time vessel, which burns only a quarter of the fuel of an average
Prof Yuan Longping has invented a rice species that produces 50 percent more grains.
Only seven percent of partners in global venture funds are women, and the number who sit on the investment committees are much lower, according to the
If you want true equality, says Bill Drayton, founder and CEO of Ashoka, empower teenagers to
Craig Leeson’s documentary work has pushed the threat posed to our planet by plastic waste to the forefront of public attention.
Rabih Hage is an award-winning designer known for his ‘Rough Luxe’ sensibility. Now he is creating for homeless people.
Merrill Fernando had a dream of restoring the fortunes of the ailing Sri Lankan tea industry, while sharing the benefits with the community.
The Registry by EC Proof is a new platform that allows hosts to curate their preferred drinks list for parties.
A report suggests 2020 was not the disaster for artists and dealers, that many feared.
Seasteading communities are gaining traction with Silicon Valley's elite, but their viability remains questionable.
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