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J’ouvert: Brooklyn’s Dirty Masquerade

Published on Feb 28, 2017 J’ouvert is a wild, pre-dawn street masquerade that marks the beginning of Caribbean Carnival. It’s a tradition that represents rebellion and freedom from slavery for West Indian communities ar...

China’s Events and Festival Calendar – your guide for 2017

Published on Feb 15, 2017 Got post Chinese New Year blues and wondering how to spend the Year of the Rooster? Worry not, China has some other great events in store for you over 2017 full of fireworks and feasting! Ne...

China’s Traditional National Hair Cut Day

Published on Feb 27, 2017 If your hairstyle is in need of a revamp, today is either the best - or at least the busiest - day to head to the salon in China. Yes, it can only be 'long tai tou' (which literally transla...

The brief life of Rio’s carnival costumes

Published on Feb 28, 2017 After they sparkle and dance in the Sambodromo, the future of the costumes worn by Rio's samba schools, which can cost several hundred dollars, is uncertain. Some are saved as souvenirs, some a...

Ruba Zai travelling with HalalBooking | Turkey

Published on Feb 27, 2017 Ruba Zai travelled to Antalya, Turkey with HalalBooking.com . And these were her words: "I am so thankful for creative and muslim-friendly websites like Halalbooking for offering vacations wher...

Exploring the Cosmonautics Museum in Moscow (360 Video)

Published on Feb 21, 2017 Join RT’s Peter Scott as he explores the Museum of Cosmonautics. The museum opened its doors to the public on the 10th of April 1981 on the 20th anniversary of Uri Gagarin's historic flight. ...

Pieces of ‘Atlantis': 16th century Dominican church revealed in drought (Drone footage)

Published on Feb 14, 2017 A severe drought in Mexico has revealed a 400-year-old Dominican church that has remained almost completely intact despite spending decades submerged under water. Drone footage of the submerg...

Brochettes – Favorite street-food in Niger | Global 3000

Published on Feb 14, 2017 In Niger in West Africa, a large part of life is spent outdoors. Brochettes are one of the country's favorite street-food snacks. These kebabs are often served with french fries and sauce. ...

A city tour of Valencia | Check-in

Published on Feb 14, 2017 Journalist Carles Claver takes you through his home town and shows its historical and modern sides. The tour begins at the central market, the Mercado Central, and ends in the City of Arts an...

Showcase: ‘All The Light We Cannot See’ exhibition at the Galerist in Istanbul

Published on Feb 14, 2017 Some believe that not just art, but history is up for debate. And now you can now discuss both at an exhibition here in Istanbul. Four artists have come together to examine how history is a m...

52 Places to Go: Zermatt | The Daily 360 | The New York Times

Published on Feb 13, 2017 Zermatt, Switzerland, offers spectacular views of the Matterhorn from every angle. Come hit the slopes in the Alps. By: Drew Gardner, Kaitlyn Mullin, and Maureen Towey Read the story he...

Inside a Turkish Cypriot ghost town

Published on Feb 13, 2017 The derelict village known as Erenkoy to Turkish Cypriots and Kokkina to Greek Cypriots was the site of heavy fighting in 1964 before the partition of Cyprus. The last residents moved out in ...

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