Integrated medicine: Union is strength

[GenRx Newsletter] Both Western and traditional Chinese medicine have its merits and shortcomings. When used wisely together, an integrated medicine expert reveals that they make a stronger army against their common enemy.

The HKers keeping calligraphy alive

[South China Morning Post] For some, good penmanship speaks volumes about one’s character, while others simply appreciate the beauty of the various scripts.

Homegrown rice makes a comeback

[South China Morning Post] At one time, Hong Kong grew its own rice. While that’s now hard to find, there are local farmers who are trying to bring those paddies back to life.

Before mice did the printing

[South China Morning Post] Years ago, printing was an art form that required precision. Joyee Chan writes about people who still see beauty in it. By simply hitting a button, the world’s fastest desktop printer can produce 500 pages in colour in less than eight minutes – just about one per second. But before the computer age, printing was done with a letterpress machine. Back…

Bright lights, big city

[South China Morning Post] The neon lights that defined Hong Kong are disappearing, along with the artists who make them. Who will take their place?

Saving the horn of Africa

[South China Morning Post] The rhino is under threat from illegal poachers, but rangers in South Africa are fighting back.

He was born to be wild

[South China Morning Post] To save the giant panda from extinction we need to do more to protect the forests it lives in, says panda expert Sarah Bexell.

Elephants communicate with body language

[South China Morning Post] Elephant expert Joyce Poole hopes sharing her understanding of elephants’ sophisticated thinking and social structure will encourage people to love the animals and stop the ivory trade.