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Fast Talk: Peter Carey

Peter Carey’s novels famously explore the terrain of his native Australia, but his latest book, Wrong About Japan (January, Knopf), recounts an anime-inspired trip to...

Best Economy-Class Innovations

Extra legroom, complimentary wines, iPad docks: some airlines are upgrading the economy-class experience.

The Tipping Point

How much do you tip a Paris waiter?Or a Tokyo cabbie?Don’t globetrot without this handy guide.

2008 Worldwide Guide to Tipping

How much to tip, and when?What’s standard in America might be taboo in Japan. Find the answers with T+L’s guide to gratuities around the world.

T+L’s Guide to Tipping 2011

How much to tip at hotels and on tours.

FIT’s Edgy Japanese Fashion Exhibit

Japanese fashion conjures up images of avant-garde creations by Rei Kawakubo, Issey Miyake, and Yohji Yamamoto: dark-as-night dresses, trousers, and jackets with holes, pleats, and...

World's Strangest Hangover Cures

Zach Galifianakis isn’t the only one with a throbbing head. From hot saunas to sour pickles, every culture has its preferred morning-after remedy.

World's Most Controversial Monuments

Everyone’s a critic, but these monuments have sparked the biggest controversies. See what the fuss is about.

World's Most Dangerous Foods

Is the infamous fugu, a throat-choking octopi, or a maggot-filled cheese the riskiest thing you can eat abroad?

Novelist Arthur Golden Visits Japan

Novelist Arthur Golden makes his first visit East since his novel took over the best-seller lists. This time he poses as a Butterfield & Robinson...
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