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Entertainment & Culture / 28 October 2019
No more experimenting with sound, keeping emotional secrets, or living life around other people’s expectations. JJ Lin isn’t hiding from himself anymore.
Hunkering down in isolation? Keep the stress at bay with a delicious meal, some self-care and a riveting read.
As part of our series “Read T a Poem,” the actress performs a work by Maya Angelou.
The food stylist Young Gun Lee creates a three-foot-tall edible sculpture from Norwegian langoustines.
In literature and pop culture, women often come in threes, deriving power from solidarity even as they work to forge their own paths.
The founders of Opening Ceremony get nostalgic about their Asian-American upbringing and sketch their favourite childhood food.
Rife with mystery, the enigmatic tarot deck still sees relevance today albeit commonly used as a divination instrument that promotes self-care and spiritual healing.
It feels like the 31-year-old actress has always been famous. But “High Fidelity” and “The Batman” are putting her at the centre of the conversation.
“You should not be able to walk away unscathed, which is to say, unchanged,” writes one of our advice columnists.
Many thriller and horror films from Japan, China and South Korea reveal a complicated relationship between those societies and the ancient tenets of Confucianism.
Five years ago, #OscarsSoWhite rewrote the narrative in an industry with entrenched disparities. Here, Spike Lee, Ava DuVernay and other insiders tell the story as they lived it.
Male stars face a double standard, too, and ever since Brad Pitt bared his chest in “Thelma & Louise,” his work has been undervalued. But look closer and he explores masculinity in complex ways.
Whatever version of wellness you’re seeking, there’s a podcast to get you in better physical and emotional shape.
To celebrate the latest opening at her namesake gallery, Jessica Silverman hosted an unfussy, flower-filled meal at her San Francisco home.
Watch Mark Chao, the cover subject of T’s “Men’s Fashion” issue, as he recounts his journey as an actor and considers what the notion of masculinity means for him as a modern man.
In the flesh, actor Mark Chao exudes a charisma grounded in the roots of old-school chivalry.
As so-called intentional communities proliferate across the country, a subset of Americans is discovering the value of opting out of contemporary society.
“There’s nothing stranger than having to cut off a child before they rack up a huge tab.” Here, watch the children of T contributors review the mocktails at Reception Bar on New York City’s Lower East Side.
Learn how to ferment your leftover mandarin oranges. Step into the pre-Chinese New Year bustle of Singapore’s largest fish market. Watch how a family offers their fresh take on learning the Chinese language.
At the turn of the new decade, cartomancy, by means of a tarot card selection, and tumbled crystal stones coalesce to project the future for the year ahead.
“You are likely your own cruellest reader,” says one of our advice columnists.
In between T’s cover shoot, the Chinese actress talks of being a performer, gives fashion advice and shares her plans for the future.
In T’s January 2020 cover feature, Chinese actress Fan Bingbing’s glamorous aura and compelling presence come to life in a fashion fantasy.
“Your way of seeing things, including yourself, seems not wholly true or right or your own, and is in dire need of a refresh,” writes one of our advice columnists.
We interview two creative people in different fields in one wide-ranging conversation. This time: the producer and the musician.
Born in Malaysia, and raised between Singapore and New Hampshire, the comedian — whose Netflix special “Asian Comedian Destroys America!” debuted earlier this month — shares a joke exclusively with T.
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