As the annual Deepavali festive approaches around the corner, Singapore deals with the unwelcome after party of their other yearly, less colourful event – the Sumatra haze.
Oliver Jarvis covers Ed Sheeran’s Thinking Out Loud
The Shaolin Monks are incredible – able to run along walls, walk on water and snap spears with their necks…
Sepp Blatter, the man who holds a reputation in the sporting world as low as Edward II in Scotland, Piers Morgan in the US and CJ from Eggheads in the minds of daytime Quiz show viewers. The impertinent quote-vendor can’t quite keep his mouth shut when it comes to giving an opinion, sprouting views vaguely reminiscent to the old racist, homophobic and sexist that you’d find sipping Gin in the corner of a pub on a Monday evening; Mr Blatter seems to get it wrong, time and time again.
From the planet’s most colourful fish to its deepest point. Asia Pacific plays host to many of the world’s record-breaking topography, species and people.
The largest of all reptiles, the saltwater crocodile is one the most impressive of all the crocodilia. With a hunting technique that has worked for 200 million years…
No, not a small budget sequel to
the Hollywood flop Sharknado,
but news of the ground-breaking
discovery that sharks can live in the
extreme environments created by