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T+L Reports: A Great Leap Forward

The Cultural Revolution may have stalled the development of China's art scene (until the mid-eighties, only government-sanctioned photographers were allowed to exhibit their work), but...

Letters | May 2004

From China to North Dakota

T+L Reports: Global Cuisine

For her new book (The Greatest Dishes! Around the World in 80 Recipes, Harper Collins), T+L contributing editor Anya von Bremzen scoured the globe for...

T+L Reports: Restaurants for Picky Eaters

Whether they're trying to appeal to gourmands who want creative input into their meal or to grown-up kids who don't want their peas to touch...

T+L Reports: Tasting Singapore

Although the city has a 75 percent ethnic-Chinese population, the majority of Singapore's Chinese restaurants are surprisingly ho-hum or downright tacky. But a wave of...

T+L Reports: Surreal Chic

"Materials should either be very beautiful, or odd and amusing," said Italian-born designer Elsa Schiaparelli. A retrospective at the Philadelphia Museum of Art lets you...

Business Trip: DVD's, Shanghai, Hiding Money

>rent-a-dvd / dream helmet / meetings in shanghai? / hide $$ in your hotelroom Forget the airplane flick— Now you can rent your own DVD...

T+L Reports: Shanghai Surprise

When you're chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten, the world revolves around your next meal. His new Richard Meier-designed Chinese restaurant, 66 (241 Church St.; 212/925-0202; dinner for...

10 Quick Winter Getaways

Where to Go for Sun + Snow

Tibet's Lost Artifacts

Tibet's treasures have inspired artists, authors, celebrities—and thieves. Ron Gluckman tracks the lost artifacts of one of the world's oldest civilizations

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