Budget Hits- Cheap Watches with Street Cred. By Jason Marsden   Whilst watch enthusiasts can appreciate high priced pieces there are also some budget watches that are widely considered to have credibility and respect in the watch community. In the past I have written about my love of Seiko (especiallyContinue Reading

Discovering culture and cuisine in France By Carolyn Marks Carolyn Marks explores France and discovers charming towns, historic architecture and some delicious cuisine along the way.    In September I visited northern France, the Dordogne and southern France. Some places I visited with friends and some I travelled to alone.Continue Reading

Rarotonga, the Unspoilt Paradise  By Clare Erasmus There are so many words to describe Rarotonga but the first three that come to mind are tranquillity, serenity and paradise. I’ve had the pleasure of visiting Rarotonga a few times and I am constantly drawn back to the ambience and tranquillity itContinue Reading

By Li Wenfang in Guangzhou | chinadaily.com.cn | A Taiwan-invested goggle company in Guangzhou, Guangdong province has resumed production ahead of schedule to help equip medical workers treating novel coronavirus patients. [Photo provided to chinadaily.com.cn] A Taiwan-invested goggle company in Guangzhou, Guangdong province has resumed production ahead of schedule toContinue Reading

Gratitude: Cultivating Thankfulness By Clare Erasmus   With family and friends living in the United States of America, I am always interested in hearing how they celebrate Thanksgiving in November. This highly anticipated celebration commands a federal holiday for them. In my article this month, I explore the concept andContinue Reading

New Zealand manages pretty but invasive “pest plant” Russel lupin by Li Huizi It is time for the blossom of Russel lupins in New Zealand’s South Island, which is a well-known tourism attraction at this time of the year. However, the local environmental agencies have been working to control theContinue Reading