It bends. It stretches. It turns you into a human pretzel. But can it really cure what ails you?
Yoga in the West? It's a big joke
President Kim tells the media to pay its back taxes and fines. But is he really after kinder coverage?
Thanks to a savvy public relations campaign, even some of China's critics are supporting its bid for the 2008 games
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One of the buys of the decade is on offer at Kathmandu's Dwarika's Hotel
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT
Disney is spending $10 million to convince the Japanese public that Pearl Harbor is a romance. It better work: the studio needs to make $100 million
They did bomb Pearl Harbor, right?
On his first air raid, Zenji Abe, a young Japanese pilot, bombed Pearl Harbor. Here's his story
Fighting his own past, a nervous studio and (as always) the critics, producer Jerry Bruckheimer goes to war
Rather than evoking horror, bloodthirsty gangster Veerappan is a folk hero to many of his countrymen
Once the butt of jokes, the Korean brand is among the hottest on America's highways
No use complaining about bugs in your soup in Thailand. Edible insects are in and big business