WHY USE AN ENGLISH NAME?: Should a Chinese celebrity use an English name in public? Not according to Chinese writer Liu Xinda, who is known for criticising celebrities on Weibo. 	The self-styled "director from the seventh generation" took aim at Chin
CELEBRATING A VIBRANT STREET: Public artworks along Jumeirah Street in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, have been put up to celebrate the rapid development of the coastal settlement into the posh area it is now. Street sculptures such as these evoke old
SEASIDE GALLERY: Art installations at the Luoshanfeng Arts Festival in Pingtung County, Taiwan, on display at the Haikou Port. Works include The Walking Flying Fish (above) by Taiwanese artist Li Wei-mu and Concrete Zoo (left) by Chiu Chen-hung, also
THREE GENERATIONS OF DISTILLERS: Mr Marc Saint-Martin at his old still installed in the cellar of Domaine de Tauriac in Seailles near Vic-Fezensac, in the south-west of France, last month. The Saint-Martin family have been itinerant distillers for th
'I'M NOT THE THIRD PARTY': Chinese actress Angelababy and her husband, actor Huang Xiaoming (both above), have clarified that she was not the "third party" in his previous relationship. The 31-year-old, whose real name is Angela Yeung, married Huang,
ICE IS NICE: Winter swimming enthusiasts (above) in a partly frozen lake at a park in Shenyang in China's Liaoning province last month. WARMING UP FOR THE COLD: Some swimmers warm up (right) before diving into the icy waters (far right). Winter swimm