17 November 2018
The dark side of China’s high-tech society
Alexander Chee explains the mysterious process by which the chaotic facts of an abused childhood became his elegant debut novel, Edinburgh
Was he a hero and imperialist psychopath? And how could the cultish worship of him in India have lasted into the 21st century?
Norman S.Poser argues that the naturalistic style of acting we take for granted today was born in the mid-18th century. But on what grounds?
When, in 2020, Tokyo hosts the summer Olympics, will one of Japan’s 70,000 centenarians carry the flame?