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COVER STORY
Happy Hunt ? Expert advice on how to find happiness ? and keep it.

FEATURES
Your body on sugar ? It's so bad for us, scientists want it taxed like tobacco

It's only natural ? Winning wildlife photos

Secret of Crab Island - A fun adventure goes bad for three youngsters
COVER STORY
Asian of the Year 2012 ? We announce the winner of our annual award

FEATURES
A nose for cancer ? Photos that define the word "joy"

When I fell to Earth ? Meet the dog that knows before the doctors do

Tolkien ? As The Hobbit hits the big screen, we look at the legend that is Middle-Earth
COVER STORY
Smart ideas ? 13 cool inventions that will blow your mind

FEATURES
Whale rising ? Should we give whales and dolphins basic rights as "persons"?

When I fell to Earth ?She plunged into the Amazon from 10, 000ft and lived.

Hot. Thirsty. Lost ? After three days in Death Valley, they were out of petrol ? and hope.
Features

Raising Obama The untold story of Stanley Ann Dunham, who Barack Obama credits with "what is best in me

" Let's dance Offering Colombia's youth a way to escape poverty

$35k for pizza! On the campaign trail to become US president

Cover story

Fat releasing foods When it comes to shedding kilos, not all foods are created equal
Features

100 word story
Read our famous writers’ gripping tales. Then write your own story for our reader competition

The world is watching
The eyes in the sky that give dictators and human-rights abusers nowhere to hide

Woman v Wild
Her relaxing hike ended in a battle for survival

Cover story

Annual humour special Humorist Nury Vittachi on the secret of being funny in Asia
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Features

Raising apes
Deep in the jungles of Borneo

No regrets
Learning to live with mistakes, misfires and missed opportunities

Big breakfast
Celebrating Eid al-Fitr in pictures

Cover story
Olympic moments Olympians past and present, on the memories they treasure
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Features

Set to explode
All over Europe, immigrant areas seethe with frustration and anger. But nowhere is it as evident as in Paris

Elephant woman
Ever wondered what might change your life forever? For Katherine Connor, it was a three-month-old elephant

Walking back to happiness
He’s suffered from mental illness for decades, but Stuart Jessup has found an unusual, if exhausting, way to beat the blues

Cover story
Smart ideas The best and the brightest advances are often astoundingly simple
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Features

Energise your life
A20 ways to kick-start your health and life

Queen Elizabeth II
Pictures to celebrate her Diamond Jubilee, and a reprint from 60 years ago

The good Serb
Tennis ace Novak Djokovic doubles as Serbia痴 global ambassador

Cover story

55 secrets nurses won稚 tell you
What really happens in the wards of our hospitals?
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Features

Hotel horror stories
A reviewer finds out that five-star doesn always mean luxury

Hunt for flight 44?
It was one of the most baffling crashes in aviation history

Five amazing foods
That could save the world

Cover story

Cut-price revolution
Want to snap up a bargain? Discover tips and tricks for paying less
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Features

A taste of Cambodia
French chef Joannes Riviere witnesses firsthand the evolution of post-Khmer Rouge cuisine

Quick study: Titanic
Beyond icebergs, lifeboats and Leonardo DiCaprio, the ill-fated luxury liner continues to reveal its secrets

Happily every after
Twelve festivals and traditions form around the globe that will brighten your outlook

Cover story

Mind your manners
There are many ways we can all be nicer to each other
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Features

Freedom Fighter
Michelle Yeoh shifts from action to politics

Trouble in paradise
A dream job in paradise quickly turned into a nightmare

Tsunami: 1 year on

Taking stock after the largest earthquake in Japan痴 history
Cover story

A comic’s world
Sebastian Tan, Joan Rivers and 15 other actors and comedians share their favourite stories about life in the funny lane.
Features

The Other Royal Wedding
An exclusive view of an Asian fairytale

World’s Weirdest Tourist Attraction
If stately homes, miniature villages or even Disneyland leave you cold, maybe it’s time to try something a little less familiar

Leymah Gbowee’s Passion for Peace
2011 Nobel Peace Prize winner, talks about her work,, and the meaning of leadership

Cover story

A Home in the World Michelle Obama’s family values

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Features

A Better You in the New Year
How to get a better night’s sleep, keep your marriage happy, nail that job interview, avoid online dating scams and pick friends who make you happy – all great tools to make you a better person in 2012

A Game of Life and Death
Colonel Gaddafi crushed their club – literally. But thanks to the revolution, Benghazi is back in the beautiful game

Ticket to Ride
Want to be an astronaut? For about $1700 per minute, you, too, can be a space tourist

Living with the Ghost of Climate Change
Point Hope, Alaska, is home to the Iñupiat, the people of the whales. These are their stories

On the web

8 Ways to Reconnect and Strengthen Your Relationship
Try these great couple-building tips.

The 10 Worst Mistakes of First-Time Job Hunters
If you’re a college senior, be warned: the rumors about landing a job in this economy are true. Take steps today, not next semester, to prepare yourself.

6 New Year’s Resolutions for Saving Money
Make your new year’s resolution to save more money this year. Here are a few steps to get you started.
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COVER
The Science of Shopping
What inspire us to open our wallets and spend money? You’ll be surprised to find out

Asian of the Year 2011
Meet four individuals who embody the ethos ”Ordinary people doing extraordinary things” - a Thai woman who saves AIDS orphans, a Japanese mayor who held the world’s attention during the March earthquake, a Singaporean man who champions good sanitation and a bridge builder from Hong Kong

FEATURES

The Poster Boys of Philippines Football
With a potent combination of talent and good looks, James and Phil Younghusband will soon get Filipinos saying, ”Manny who?”

A Miracle on Christmas Eve
Twelve years after a tragic loss, a doctor gets another chance to save a life

Into the Ice Kingdom
They were the first team ever to dive under the polar ice cap, but the Arctic held hidden danger

Worried Sick
That little mole, persistent cough, or nasty itch must be a sign of a rare disease, right? Our resident doctor and his assistant are here to soothe your fevered brow

Low-Tide Run
”Not Since Moses”, an aptly-named run in Canada, is great experience

Swan Serenade
By turns angelic in flight, flashy in a display of triumph and stately in tucked-in repose, the whooper swan is a bird to inspire flights of fancy

The Cheating Epidemic
A paid academic ghost-writer explains how thousands of students cheat - and why they do it

Where are the Odds
Five incredible but true coincidences that add mystery to history

BONUS READ

Blind Optimism
Most couples hope to have a baby one day. But behind all the happy anticipation, becoming a parent does have it worries, doubts and misgivings. Now imagine experiencing all those emotions in the way author Ryan Knighton did, as an expected father who is going blind

VOICE

The importance of Peaceful Protest
Mike Fincken talks about the importance of making a stand

UNBELIEVABLE

10 Sign That You Work Too Hard

THE TECH GUY

Holiday Wishlist
Stan’s top picks for the most wanted additions to the tech lover’s holiday gift wishlist

HEALTH SMART

Beat the Blues - Some proven ways to keep the blues at bay

A Hidden Factor in Gut Pain - Research suggests those with irritable bowel syndrome should avoid carbs

Clueless About Contraception - Unprotected sex is prevalent among young adults in Asia Pacific

Why Exercise? - Here are some unexpected benefits from sport.

New Help for the Sleepless

Wrinkles, More Than Skin Deep - According to a new research, wrinkles may also hint that bone health is on the decline.

KINDNESS OF STRANGERS

The Learning Cycle
Random acts of kindness from around the world

HEROES

Mother and Father Christmas
A retired businessman and his wife have become real Santas for a village in the Philippines

MY STORY

Without Prejudice
Despite so much news about racial and religious conflict, one childhood friend taught me that our differences can also bring us together

WHAT’S COOKING

Pumpkin Gingerbread

THE GUIDE

The Lowdown On: Virtual Museums
Movies: War Horse, Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows, The Muppets
Books: Our pick of stocking fillers to delight your loved ones this festive season
Blog: Cook a Doodle Do - a charming book and blog of illustrated recipes
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COVER
40 5-Minute Ways to Feel Great
Better health in less time than it takes to dial for a takeaway? Try these simple tips for boosting your fitness, well-being and mood – fast

Education Special: Asia’s Top Universities Revealed
As universities become more international, the learning experience is no longer just about hitting the books. Plus, find out the latest Times Higher Education university rankings

FEATURES

To Honour Those They Lost
A decade after the devastating September 11 attacks on the US, family, friends and colleagues of terror’s victims are finding peace through giving back to the community.

What Malcolm Gladwell Saw
Delve into the mind of the famous author and ideas generator.

The Monkey King of Beijing Opera
Beijing Opera Iranian-born Ghaffar Pourazar is the unlikely hero of Beijing opera.

Gotcha!
Thanks to the Internet, her anger and some loyal neighbours, one woman managed to nab the person who robbed her.

Your Job in 2030
We take a look at what’s in store for us in the future in the world of work.

Home Again
Displaced by a horrible tragedy that claimed the lives of their parents, two brothers learn to find their way back to their family.

Elephant Memory
For centuries, elephants have been a vital part of the Kui people in Thailand. They have hunted, trained, cared for and loved these majestic creatures. Now, the practice is coming to an end.

The Quiet Crisis
We care for our ailing parents because we love them. We don’t talk about how hard it is because . . . why? It’s time to give caregivers the opportunity to stop being silent sufferers

BONUS READ

Charlie: A Home Child’s Life in Canada
Between 1860 and 1945, about 100,000 orphaned or destitute British boys and girls – the home children – were sent to Canada as indentured workers to work on farms and in homes. Some were treated well; others not. This is the true story of one such child, Charlie, as told by his daughter

VOICE

Literature Applied
Kirpal Singh talks about the importance of literature

HEALTH SMART

A Surprising Cancer Fighter - Good Cholesterol

The Silent Killer - Warning Signs of A Heart Attack

Is Calcium Good or Bad? - The bottom line on calcium

Aerobic Exercise for Better Sleep - Aerobic exercises can turn around insomnia.

More This, Less That - Simple tips to better health

THE TECH GUY

Does Google+ add up?
Stan Yee asks the question: Does Google+ add up?

UNBELIVABLE

How To Be An Eco-Nazi
Nury Vittachi on eco-nazis

KINDNESS OF STRANGERS

Neighbourly Sprites
We have wonderful neighbours to help us through a dfficult time.

HEROES

Changing The Tide
Eleven-year-old Maddie saves her family from a swollen creek

MY STORY

An Incredible Journey
Sister Lourdes Anne Berbano’s night of intense drama


PET TALES

Puss in Porcelain
A tale of mischief from the animal kingdom

WHAT’S COOKING
Coconut Shrimp

THE GUIDE
The Lowdown On: DRIVE-INS
Movies: THE ADVENTURES OF TINTIN: THE SECRET OF THE UNICORN
Books: BURSTS: THE HIDDEN PATTERN BEHIND EVERYTHING WE DO
Blog: A HISTORY IN PIN-UPS (historypin.com)
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