People section for Taste of Life Magazine, France & Canada's leading luxury lifestyle magazine in Chinese and English.
An Italian-Chinese-Canadian dancer takes classical dance to new heights with a journey that can only be described as divine.
From 17th-century Japan to medieval Europe, long-lost pottery techniques come alive in artist Gordon Hutchens’ works of clay, earth, and fire.
At Koko Monk, chocolate transcends confectionary, uplifted to a work of conceptual, edible art.
Chicago’s award-winning designer Frank Ponterio reveals his European inspirations, impeccable tastes, and unstoppable wanderlust.
At Lilliput Hats, Karyn Gingras lets today’s woman in on the secret of yesterday’s sophistication.
Korea’s go-to designer for presidents and international dignitaries reveals that the heart can transcend any boundaries.
One of the world’s most adored classical Chinese dancers takes flight when she discovers a new depth within her.
Montreal-born designer Garrow Kedigian unveils the beauty of classical architecture and European antiquity in modern-day living.
Under Michael Amini’s dramatic vision, furniture ventures into a thrillingly uncharted land of all-out luxe.
One of Eastern Europe’s most sought-after conductors finds the ultimate reward (and challenge) in directing an orchestra that’s reviving 5,000 years of Asian culture.
When an architect trades city life for a home in the remote hills of Northern Taiwan, his finely balanced dishes attract an unexpected following.
A high jewellery master inspires one of the world’s largest luxury groups to take a risk as rare as his gems.
A Chinese painter infuses Western technique with her spiritual understanding to elevate the world through art.
Self-made billionaire Brunello Cucinelli lives in a small medieval village in Italy — an almost fairytale existence.
Interior design legend Nancy Corzine lets us in on her beautifully simple world.