Newsweek International

Newsweek International is a consumer magazine covering general interest issues with editorial content. Newsweek Inc. publishes this periodical weekly. Fareed Zakaria is the Editor.

Articles from Vol. 159, No. 20, May 14

A Tea Grows in Bangladesh
Byline: Alice Feiring How organic chai transformed a community. To transform the parched, arid Bangladeshi soil into a lush organic tea garden took dung. Tons of it. How to acquire the massive amounts needed was the sticky problem facing Kazi...
Bring on the Bhangra!
Byline: Lizzie Crocker Indian dance isn't just for weddings anymore. Sarina Jain has exported it to the fitness center--and the masses. In a brightly lit studio tucked inside New York City's renowned Alvin Ailey dance center, dozens of women...
The City: Bangalore
Byline: Girish Karnad Girish Karnad on an Indian city that has traded coherence for wealth. Until a few decades ago, people came to Bangalore essentially for the horse races. Once the racing season was over, the city emptied out. Bangalore had...
Waiting for Justice in Beijing
Byline: Sim Chi Yin Thousands on the streets of China's capital are petitioning for redress Under the orange glow of a distant street lamp, Aygu Tohiyti, 41, cooks over an open fire. Every now and again, she sits down on the soiled mattress where...
Why I Hate 'Best Restaurant' Lists
Byline: Lawrence Osborne Forget Noma--for really spectacular food, look to Asia. Every year, Restaurant Magazine assembles what it calls "800 international restaurant experts" and asks them to make a list of the World's 50 Best Restaurants. "What...