Character, resilience, convenience and sustainability are what make cities great places to live and learn.
Tokyo has experienced extraordinary population growth but is among the world's most liveable cities. Just how has it managed the pressures of growth?
Edo, which gave rise to Tokyo, was also the world's largest city three centuries ago. Facing ecological collapse, Edo developed a culture and practices that supported sustainable living.
The concept of living heritage can help us make decisions that go beyond preserving historical facades to protect and add to, rather than freeze, the stories and layers of the past.
As models hit the catwalk for London Fashion Week, how do these trends actually relate people on the streets?
Twenty years after a sarin gas attack killed 12 in Tokyo, some victims are defending the human rights of the killers.