People section for Taste of Life Magazine, France & Canada's leading luxury lifestyle magazine in Chinese and English.
Shen Yun dancer Meijing Tu looks every inch the feminine young woman. Yet beneath the gentle persona that reflects traditional virtues of ancient Chinese women, Tu carries a strong-willed spirit to achieve.
Artist and entrepreneur Francis Chen has reversed Taiwan’s stereotype as a place that excels only at manufacturing others’ work. His Franz Collection porcelain has put Taiwanese creativity onto the world stage.
In the film Free China: The Courage to Believe, true stories tell of heart-wrenching compromises and awe-inspiring strength of character, and its end is not yet written.
Anastasia Lin is a sweet, determined, intelligent beauty. Since leaving China at age 13 when she became a Canadian, she devotes herself to bringing the freedom she gained in Canada to her native country.
The year was 2003 when Anne Hepfer opened her first design studio in Manhattan. Her cosmopolitan interiors, rich with textures and the fusion of tradition and vision, caught the eyes of the Hamptons crowd.
Susan Langdon, CEO of the Toronto Fashion Incubator, has given Canadian fashion designers a springboard to success and given 30 cities around the world a winning pattern to follow.
Chinese porcelain was one of the first truly global luxury products. The earliest dateable pieces were made as offerings to the gods, and in years following became high-status objects. ...
Ashley Wei talks about her childhood dream and shares stories from her life as a professional classical Chinese dancer with the New York-based Shen Yun Performing Arts Company.
Destined for greatness: chef, restaurateur, entrepreneur.