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Live-streaming apps big in Singapore, region

Followers pay real money to send virtual gifts to popular streamers.

Weird clouds may have inspired 'The Scream': scientists

Vienna- The psychedelic clouds in Edvard Munch's iconic "The Scream" have alternatively been interpreted as a metaphor for mental anguish or a literal depiction of volcanic fallout.

Italian by design

Giorgio restaurant at the Royal Orchid Sheraton Hotel & Towers is holding a pasta and seafood promotion until the end of June.

Direct to Danang

AirAsia is launching new daily direct flights from Don Mueang to Danang in Vietnam. The flights are set to begin on June 9 and will debut at a promotional fare starting at Bt990 per trip.

'Personal flying machine' maker plans deliveries this year

A Silicon Valley "flying car" startup, Kitty Hawk, reportedly backed by Google co-founder Larry Page, released a video Monday of its airborne prototype and announced plans for deliveries of a "personal flying machine" this year.

Sign up for UN training on climate change

Applications are being accepted through May for a training programme on the “economics of climate change”.

Karen Millen in full bloom for summer

British clothing brand Karen Millen is bringing in summer after a stroll through London’s blooming Kew Gardens

Getting creative in Charoen Krung

After moving from The Emporium last October, the Thailand Creative & Design Centre is now settled in its new home at the Bangkok General Post Office on Charoen Krung Road and will officially open to the public on May 5.

Rollers with a musical bent

Rolls-Royce recently announced a series of nine remarkable “Inspired by British Music” cars, created in collaboration with British music’s most revered rock and vocal artists.

'Guardians 2': 'Not as funny' but eyeing box office jackpot

LOS ANGELES - Three years ago, "Guardians of the Galaxy" arrived as a breath of fresh air, a smart corrective to the self-important pomposity of many superhero movies, and proved a box office smash.

Delicious at the Dhara Dhevi

Dhara Dhevi Chiang Mai celebrates the arrival of May with culinary delights guaranteed to please different palates.

Dancing with the swans

Taking inspiration from the grace, beauty and elegance of its iconic swan, Swarovski presents a new jewellery collection with a modern take on the motif.

A healthy match

Explore the many ways different wines and cheeses make the perfect taste pairings at Zest Bar & Terrace’s new Wine & Cheese Buffet every Thursday evenings.

SO relaxed, So Spa

Take a break from work and retreat into SO Spa’s magical forest from where you’ll emerge rocking and ready to roll after a foot ritual, a 30-minute back scrub to slough away dead skin cells and an express massage to get rid of the tension in the upper body.

Swiss ice cream comes to Bali’s shores

Movenpick Hotels & Resorts in Bali gets back to its European roots with the opening of Movenpick Cafe, which offers a variety of Swiss-style sweet treats from delicate crepes to home-made cakes, baked goods and ice cream.

A lens on our world

New releases and classic movies from Southeast Asia come to the screen this week at the Bangkok Asean Film Festival

A real meal to start the day

Breakfast is good for our health, we’re constantly told, and the Sheraton Grande Sukhumvit Hotel is making sure we get a good one with the launch of an exclusive a la carte Executive Breakfast with table service at Rossini’s from 6.30 to 10.

In the pink with CNBlue

The arrival of K-pop boy band CNBlue in Bangkok earlier this month for the opening of Show DC entertainment complex prompted a new call by fans for a concert.

A decade into Record Store Day, a new world of vinyl

Ten years ago, most vinyl records sold for a few dollars -- dusty old albums with dog-eared covers that had been thrown out as useless relics of an earlier age.

Ivorian drummer boy turned globetrotting virtuoso

Paco Sery was a kid banging on tin cans before a job at a Club Med in Ivory Coast opened the way to drumming for Congo's rumba king Papa Wemba as well as Nina Simone and other jazz greats.