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Asian Threads: “Girl in the Green Dress” wins a Gold trophy

NEWSFLASH Asian Threads, Season 1, Episode # 27, “Girl in the Green Dress,” won a gold award in the current affairs category at the New York Festivals International Radio Programming & Promotions Awards. Asian Threads on RTHK Radio 3 is …

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In the South China Morning Post: “Deep Impression”

Ayurvedic spa therapies hark back to the origins of Indian medicine but in the past decade, they have evolved from simple “feel good” treatments to more advanced holistic health therapies guided by medically trained supervisors.           …

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Hot off the Press: Forever Young – Unleashing the Magic of Ayurveda

Forever Young

Pan Macmillan India has just released Reenita’s brand new book on Ayurveda, Forever Young – Unleashing the Magic of Ayurveda. “Finally through this exquisite and accessible book, Reenita Malhotra Hora has brought the power and well-being of Ayurveda into our lives,” …

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SOUTH CHINA MORNING POST: All’s well that blends well

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Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s Reforms – is this the Big Bazooka for India?

Finance Minister, P. Chidambaram, once referred to Prime Minister, Manmohan Singh, as the “Deng Xiaoping of India” because of his attempts to push the country towards a market economy. That was then. —- The July 16th 2012 cover of Time magazine hailed the same man as …

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What’s hot in Latin American art?

Reenita interviews Adriana Alvarez-Nichol, owner of Puerta Roja Ltd. in Hong Kong about investment opportunities in Latin American art. canadian pharmacy Arimidex

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In the SCMP – Resolution in the air

When it comes to the first day of the new year, I don’t favour sitting around a large family-style brunch table. Not that I am against food or family gatherings, but in many ways the idea serves only to extend …

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In the SCMP – All’s well that blends well

Helping children to understand who they are brings a slew of challenges for products of a Third Culture. Growing up in Mumbai, I “learned” Hinduism by osmosis, much like an apprentice in a woodworking shop. Years later, I find myself …

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In the SCMP: How tradition can make a meal of feminist ideals

As a young child, the Indian festival of Karva Chauth was something like a competitive sport. After the guilt of watching my mother go without food all day, it became a race against hunger to help her find the moon …

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Wall Street Journal Asia: The $820,000 stamp

An extremely rare and unique Queen Victoria 96c. olive-bistre block of four sold for HK$6.4 million at Spink’s two-day auction series of rare stamps, coins, banknotes, bonds and shares which took place at The Landmark Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Hong Kong. This highly sought-after block of four stamps sold to an anonymous buyer and became the most expensive Hong Kong stamp ever sold at auction in Hong Kong.

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