Melanie Harwood is an education entrepreneur and self-styled 'disruptor', who has partnered with the United Nations to educate teachers about climate change. The Guardian's Richard Sprenger joined her on a trip to Dubai, to witness her unorthodox approach first hand Continue reading...
We're kicking off our series, World of Weddings, in India where modern technology is blending with centuries-old marriage traditions. Ramy Inocencio met a young couple who were basically strangers unt ... Read more
Alita: Battle Angel ’s producer wants fans to keep needling Disney for a sequel. Get a first tiny glimpse at No Time to Die . The world of Watchmen welcomes a god in a wild teaser for next week’s epis ... Read more
SINGAPORE: The upcoming Budget will address Singapore's "current needs, as well as position us for the future", Second Minister for Finance Indranee Rajah said on Monday (Dec 2). In an interview with ... Read more
The number of foreign students in Korea has surpassed 160,000, a record high, while the number of Koreans studying abroad has hit a 12-year low of 210,000. A total of 160,165 foreigners were studying ... Read more
The U.S. Congress believes that South Korea already shoulders the highest defense costs among U.S. allies.The U.S. Senate Committee on Armed Services in a report last week said that South Ko ... Read more
With President Moon Jae-in looking to reshuffle his Cabinet ahead of general elections in April, sources say he will likely announce his picks for prime minister and justice minister sometime this wee ... Read more
LG Household and Health Care on Thursday promoted two young women in their 30s to senior executive posts. Shim Mi-jin, who was born in 1985, has become the youngest executive ever at the company, whil ... Read more