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Myanmar, which was formerly known as Burma, is a country rich in cultural history. The country has seen many dictatorships, empires and ..read more
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Once a poster child for intrepid travel in Southeast Asia, today’s Nong Khiaw might not be the little known, off-the-grid paradise of ..read more
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The Kingdom of Bhutan is a nation of toxophilites. That’s basically an old 18th-century English word to describe a student, lover or ..read more
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On September 13 2019 people all over China will be celebrating Mid-Autumn Festival! What does it mean? For us in the West, it is ..read more
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Why should anyone do the Everest Base Camp trek? The late, great British climber George Mallory was once asked: “Why do you want to ..read more
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In Pakistan, spirituality and expressions of faith are on full public display; from the impassioned devotional displays in places like ..read more
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If you really wanted to test someone’s world geography prowess, you could start by asking them where Brunei is located. This tiny ..read more
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Forests teeming with biodiversity, lush with heavy green rain, streams overflowing with life, and all penetrated with a certain dignity, ..read more
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South Korea is an extremely well-developed country. The country has spearhead technology in many ways. In particular, it is heavily ..read more
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Back in 1953, when Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay first scaled the world’s highest peak, they were packing wooden handled ice ..read more

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