• October 23, 2016
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  • How a woman is helping Palestinian artists
    Oct 19, 2016 By Rafique GangatSpecial to Weekend Review
    Semifinalist on ‘The Queen’, Rawan Al Asaad, tries to bridge the gap between art and society
  • A walk through Lahore’s historic Anarkali Bazaar
    Oct 19, 2016 By Syed Hamad AliSpecial to Weekend Review
    Steeped in legend, this bustling market now faces competition from glitzy malls, and suffers from a lack of parking space
  • How women in India are dealing with fear
    Oct 19, 2016 By Gagandeep KaurSpecial to Weekend Review
    From enrolling in self-defence classes to keeping pepper spray handy, they are taking steps to protect themselves
  • Fighting the caste divide in classical music
    Oct 12, 2016 By Nilima PathakSpecial to Weekend Review
    For T.M. Krishna, the Magsaysay award is an affirmation of his efforts to open up the Indian tradition of Carnatic music to all classes
  • Makerspaces make room for learning, creativity
    Oct 05, 2016 By Anuradha Sengupta Special to Weekend Review
    Across India, these spaces are offering people of all ages the opportunity to give their ideas shape
  • The marriage slump in China
    Oct 05, 2016 By Amie Tsang and 
Zhang Tiantian
    Fewer people are getting married, a shift with profound implications for the country’s economic and social life
  • Why my grandfather still loves Mao
    Sep 29, 2016 By Yifu Dong
    China’s future leaders must understand the hope — and the danger — that idealism brought to the nation’s founding generation
  • Bluntly speaking, Oliver Stone on his films
    Sep 21, 2016 By Josh Rottenberg
    The Oscar-winning filmmaker gets candid about his career, being labelled conspiracy theorist and his hesitation in making ‘Snowden’
  • Why we need to rethink plastic
    Sep 07, 2016 By Sangeetha SwaroopSpecial to Weekend Review
    American artist Dianna Cohen talks about the menace of the ubiquitous pollutant, and what we can do to reduce its use in daily life
  • Fluent in Twitter, Naheed Nenshi has thrived in a city where personal attacks and cultural issues capture little political oxygen
  • Why selfies are giving us ‘teen brain’
    Jul 20, 2016 By Celia Walden
    A million selfies are taken every day — but psychologists warn the ‘cult of me’ has grave consequences
  • The end of reflection
    Jul 13, 2016 By Teddy Wayne
    Internet rewards speed over all else, a quality at odds with deliberative thought, and our appetite for velocity is only increasing
  • Shaukat Aziz: From banking to politics
    Jul 06, 2016 By Syed Hamad Ali, Special to Weekend Review
    Former Pakistani prime minister on being picked by Pervez Musharraf, his memoirs and what lies ahead for his country
  • Sacred threads link two faiths in India
    Jun 23, 2016 By Nilima PathakSpecial to Weekend Review
    A village in Uttar Pradesh presents a model of unity as Muslim families make items used by Hindus in religious ceremonies
  • Creativity on wheels
    Jun 23, 2016 By Tessy KoshySpecial to Weekend Review
    A Mumbai art collective’s initiative to transform taxis with funky designs is being used as a tool to spread awareness about causes
  • The real reason we freak out on planes
    Jun 22, 2016 By Caitlin Gibson
    Being on a flight forces people to confront the uncomfortable existential truth that they have no control over what happens