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Ford: 'I've got a bad feeling about this'

[ 2017-03-04 ]
Harrison Ford's injuries, escapades and brushes with death Harrison Ford, 74, has been reprimanded after making a dangerous error at a Californian airport, reportedly landing his plane on the wrong runway last month, and flying directly over an American Airlines passenger plane....

One red, ......one white

[ 2017-01-06 ]
...apply. Fongyee Walker, Beijing Red: Elephant Hill Hawkes Bay NZ Syrah 2013 - This is a classic, spicy, peppery, elegant syrah from the Hawkes Bay area, New Zealand. It is The Bomb to have with jaozi for New Year, because it has this beautiful acidity that goes so well. In fact,...

Martial arts film star adds grit to Rogue One

[ 2016-12-31 ]
Actor Donnie Yen brings dose of authenticity to the space opera prequel in his role as a blind warrior - a part he took to impress his children Have you managed to see Rogue One: A Star Wars Story yet? If so, you probably found yourself mesmerised by the performance of Donnie Ye...

The 21 best horror movies of this millennium

[ 2016-10-01 ]
As Fede Alvarez's home invasion thriller with a twist Don't Breathe takes the US box offices by storm, we list the 21 best horror movies released since 2000 What makes a great millennial horror movie? The obvious answer is to look to the genre's post-2000 trends. The early year...

If you can't beat them, then buy them

[ 2016-09-09 ]
... we are also seeing Chinese companies and investors buying underperforming Western brands and turning them a round. Club Med, Gieves and Hawkes, Weetabix, Volvo, Rover, London Taxi Co and many other famous historical brands are now in Chinese hands. It is often easier to penetra...

If you can't beat them, then buy them

[ 2016-09-09 ]
... we are also seeing Chinese companies and investors buying underperforming Western brands and turning them a round. Club Med, Gieves and Hawkes, Weetabix, Volvo, Rover, London Taxi Co and many other famous historical brands are now in Chinese hands. It is often easier to penetra...

Stars on the screen - and in business too

[ 2016-08-27 ]
These actors made parts of the fortune without acting Lots of people dream of becoming a mega-rich Hollywood star - but even top actors sometimes supplement their income by turning their talents to other, potentially more lucrative activities (bizarrely, none of them have yet tr...

Fine cut: Woman makes history with scissors

[ 2016-04-15 ]
...aditional British bespoke tailoring. Sargent, who worked her way up the ranks during 15 years on the prestigious street at Gieves & Hawkes, opened her first tailoring house around the corner in 2012, before seizing the opportunity to move back onto Savile Row in her own righ...

From young adult novels a world of voices

[ 2016-04-02 ]
A Finnish author offers her list of YA titles for readers looking to broaden their horizons beyond adventures rooted in US and British culture To celebrate World Book Day, we ask Finnish author Maria Turtschaninoff - who recently had a book translated into English for the first ...

Veteran scholar feted for work on Chinese poetry

[ 2016-04-01 ]
... the lines of a Chinese poem and then translate them in English, a way she learned from the late British Sinologist and translator David Hawkes. With time, her class of "Chinese literature in translation" grew from 16 to nearly 70 students. "I not only told the students what the ...

Veteran scholar feted for work on Chinese poetry

[ 2016-04-01 ]
... the lines of a Chinese poem and then translate them in English, a way she learned from the late British Sinologist and translator David Hawkes. With time, her class of "Chinese literature in translation" grew from 16 to nearly 70 students. "I not only told the students what the ...

Veteran scholar feted for work on Chinese poetry

[ 2016-04-01 ]
... the lines of a Chinese poem and then translate them in English, a way she learned from the late British Sinologist and translator David Hawkes. With time, her class of "Chinese literature in translation" grew from 16 to nearly 70 students. "I not only told the students what the ...

Veteran scholar feted for work on Chinese poetry

[ 2016-04-01 ]
... the lines of a Chinese poem and then translate them in English, a way she learned from the late British Sinologist and translator David Hawkes. With time, her class of "Chinese literature in translation" grew from 16 to nearly 70 students. "I not only told the students what the ...

Knight of the whites in land of the long white cloud

[ 2016-03-30 ]
...ions was setting up New Zealand's first licensed vineyard bar and restaurant. It was set in the barrel hall of Vidal, a small winery in Hawkes Bay, a region on the east coast of the country's North Island, that Fistonich bought when he was initially buying grapes and he ended up...

‘Empathy key to understanding[1]|chinadaily.com.cn

[ 2016-02-20 ]
...shared a house with a Sinologist. That was great because he kept pushing things my way, and I met so many interesting people, like David Hawkes (a British Sinologist).” In the 1980s, Wood traveled frequently throughout China, where he filmed an episode for a documentary series a...

Men versus Wilds

[ 2015-09-11 ]
...pshots of the disparate personalities on the mountain that day: Beck Weathers (Josh Brolin) is quintessentially Texan, Doug Hansen (John Hawkes) is the underdog, and Yasuko Namba (Naoko Mori) is realizing a larger goal. They are bound only by a shared desire to reach the planet's...

Lost in translation for more than 40 years[1]|chinadaily.com.cn

[ 2015-07-29 ]
...h century, is widely considered the pinnacle of Chinese fiction. Two complete English versions were published in the 1970s-one by David Hawkes, a British Sinologist, with the title The Story of the Red Stone, and another by Yang Xianyi and his wife, Gladys Yang, titled A Dream o...

Lost in translation for more than 40 years

[ 2015-07-29 ]
...century, is widely considered the pinnacle of Chinese fiction. Two complete English versions were published in the 1970s - one by David Hawkes, a British Sinologist, with the title The Story of the Red Stone, and another by Yang Xianyi and his wife, Gladys Yang, titled A Dream o...

Lost in translation for more than 40 years

[ 2015-07-29 ]
...century, is widely considered the pinnacle of Chinese fiction. Two complete English versions were published in the 1970s - one by David Hawkes, a British Sinologist, with the title The Story of the Red Stone, and another by Yang Xianyi and his wife, Gladys Yang, titled A Dream o...

Lost in translation for more than 40 years[1]|chinadaily.com.cn

[ 2015-07-29 ]
...h century, is widely considered the pinnacle of Chinese fiction. Two complete English versions were published in the 1970s-one by David Hawkes, a British Sinologist, with the title The Story of the Red Stone, and another by Yang Xianyi and his wife, Gladys Yang, titled A Dream o...
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