Paula Taylor, Thailand’s most successful model and Geoff Heydt, a talent representative, explain how to make a face very famous
The second speaker on the Bridges programme, Hong Kong actor, filmmaker and producer Jackie Chan, has worked tirelessly for humanitarian causes for years and is a Unicef and UNAids goodwill ambassador
Celebrated atheist Richard Dawkins reveals his respect for Darwin, his reasons fordisliking religion in any shape or form and why one percent of him still can’t let go
Nearly 200 years after the birth of Louis Braille, the alphabet of raised dots he created, commonly known as Braille, is still in regular use by 150m blind people around the world. Now the system is also widely used in Cambodia and the government has announced it will soon become available in every school nationwide
As one of the world’s oldest belief systems, Buddhism has touched everyone from warrior kings to film stars
For years recliners have been a symbol of retirement. The preserve of senior citizens, recliners were drab reminders of less colourful times
Social networking services are capturing people’s attention as the coolest tool for accessing a world of information.
As the traditional structures of Thai family life are gradually eroded, a number of initiatives in Chiang Mai are helping the elderly cope with old age and loneliness. In a room with strips of dried bamboo lying across a grey floor, Kham Bang Kattivong, 70, is busy weaving a basket that will support her and