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Latte art

Winning entries in the Latte Art World Championships on display at the Western Food and Beverages Expo at the Los Angeles Convention Center.


In Ethiopia, a rehab center takes on khat addiction

Yonas Getu Molla started chewing khat as an architecture student, when he and his friends would munch on the leafy stimulant late into the night to help them study.


Lovers of Tuscany's 'paradise' beach have factory to thank

Holidaymakers splash in the turquoise waters of the Rosignano Solvay beach in Tuscany and laze on its pristine white sands -- most of them fully aware that the picture-perfect swimming spot owes its allure to a nearby factory.


Can global matcha craze save Japan's tea industry?

From matcha ice cream to cake and chocolate, producers of traditional Japanese green tea are capitalising on growing global interest in its flavour -- even as demand for the drink declines at home.


Ganesh

An artisan giving the final touches to a sculpture of Lord Ganesh ahead of the "Ganesh Chaturthi" festival at a workshop in Hyderabad, India.


Malay passengers moved by Chinese Grab driver's patience and understanding

“Although he is not a Muslim, he holds no prejudices against us. He is very friendly and the fact that he was willing to wait for us shows that he really respects other people's religion.”


Rebuilding lives of the desperate

“The workshop is a democratic place where anyone can voice up and where there is no restriction on each woman's creativity.”


Training individuals with special needs to be independent

If given proper training, an individual with special needs could also be turned into a competent farmer, baker, craftsman or anyone who can contribute positively to the society.


'Rock star' Gaggan hungry for new Bangkok venture after restaurant closure

In a Nirvana T-shirt, self-styled "culinary rock star" Gaggan Anand expresses no regrets about killing his golden goose -- a two-Michelin-starred Bangkok restaurant ranked among the best in the world.


Israeli farmer remixes ancient scents near Dead Sea

At his farm near the Dead Sea in occupied Palestinian territory, Israeli Guy Erlich remixes blends of perfume and incense that he believes were used by royalty in the biblical era.


 

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