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IRAN – Ancient Iranian art: Reverse glass painting

Published on Oct 3, 2016 Many forms of art flourished in Persia during the Safavid Era; somewhere between the 16th and 18th centuries. One of the very prominent arts of the time was glass painting. On this edition of ...

Competitors create huge human tower at Catalan traditional festival

Published on Oct 3, 2016 Competitors in the 26th edition of the 'Human Tower Competition' wowed spectators on Sunday (2 October) in the city of Tarragona in the Spanish autonomous region of Catalonia. The tradition...

Shanghai farmer reaps what he sowed: picturesque paddies

Published on Oct 3, 2016 The soil is Chen Jinxiang’s canvas, the grass his brush. The farmer from Shanghai turned his rice paddies into a work of art by planting them in such a way that different designs would shape u...

Beirut becomes world’s food capital

Published on 2 Oct 2016 Lebanese restaurants have launched a festival to portray Beirut as the world’s food capital. The initiative was devised after online magazine 'Leisure and Travel' chose Beirut as the number 1 d...

US: Albuquerque balloon fiesta kicks off

Published on 2 Oct 2016 The largest balloon festival in the world is now under way in New Mexico. The annual Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta attracts almost a million visitors. Aljazeera's Gabriel Elizo...

China’s most renowned rivers captured by drone

Published on 2 Oct 2016 In China, there are an estimated 50,000 rivers, each covering a flow area of at least 1,000 square kilometers. In a bid to capture the splendid scenery of these natural wonders, journalists fro...

How safe is your fast food?

Published on 25 Sep 2016 A new report from the Food Standards Agency show the best - and worst - places to buy fast food. SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube channel for more videos: http://www.youtube.com/skynews Follow u...

Seoul Street Arts Festival wows audiences across city

Published on 1 Oct 2016 서울거리 예술 축제 (09.28~10.2) The Seoul Street Arts Festival is on now, inviting world-renowned performance artists from around the globe to showcase their talents in various spots dotted around the...

World’s highest rail-less skywalk open on 88th floor of Shanghai skyscraper

Published on 1 Oct 2016 A skyscraper in Shanghai’s Pudong district is letting visitors walk on an open-air glass platform outside the building's 88th floor, 340.6 meters above the ground. The skywalk, the world’s high...

Adventure in Patagonia | Check-in

Published on Oct 1, 2016 On his trip along the Carretera Austral in Patagonia, globetrotter Steve Hänisch crosses the border from Chile to Argentina in a demanding trek on foot, with multiple backpacks. His destinatio...

China’s traffic boom as national holiday begins

Published on Oct 1, 2016 Traffic volumes have been high on the first day of China's week-long National Day Holiday. Some 14 million passengers were expected to journey by rail today, with tickets sold out and train st...

Travelers looking for local life over landmarks in Tokyo tourism Expo

It was a colorful scene as different cultures were put on display at the Tokyo International Tourism Expo, which ended on Tuesday. Over a thousand companies from 150 countries and regions put on eye-catching shows to a...

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