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Airplane draws one-of-a-kind Christmas tree in the sky

Airplane draws one-of-a-kind Christmas tree in the sky

An Airbus plane out of Hamburg, Germany, took a particularly festive flight, mapping out an intricate Christmas tree over the country that could be clearly seen on flight radar sites.

Anthony Bourdain's best bites

Anthony Bourdain's best bites

Dubai's plan to revolutionize transport

A major road artery running from Abu Dhabi to Ras Al-Khaimah, it’s a perennial flashpoint in Dubai, where car ownership is higher than both New York and London, according to 2015 figures from the Road and Transport Authority (RTA). Some of the congestion has been eased by the Dubai Metro, which saw over 191 million […]

Hidden India: Odisha's secrets revealed

Hidden India: Odisha's secrets revealed

India’s eastern state of Odisha, which stretches along the Bay of Bengal, overflows with architectural and cultural gems. Learn more about its secrets.

Anthony Bourdain's best drinking buddies

Anthony Bourdain's best drinking buddies

Inside a family-run cannabis company

Inside a family-run cannabis company

Transforming Pingyao's historic courtyard homes

Transforming Pingyao's historic courtyard homes

The 2,700-year-old city was once the renowned banking capital of China, as important in the latter part of the Qing dynasty (1644 to 1912) as Wall Street is in the United States today. In fact, Pingyao, which became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997, still has some 4,000 traditional Chinese courtyard homes, dating as […]

Moose, elk and eelpout? Oh, my!

Moose, elk and eelpout? Oh, my!

The arctic chill has us huddled on our sofas, but the brisk air can be invigorating. Here are 10 animal-focused ideas to enjoy winter

Airbnb users up 110% in Africa

Airbnb users up 110% in Africa

Annual guest numbers more than doubled over the past year from 572,000 to 1.2 million, the Californian company announced in a new report, with active listings up from 62,000 to 100,000. The figures show a fifth straight year of strong growth from a base of just 6,000 listings and 22,700 guests in 2012-13. The platform […]

Sketching the shipwrecks of Brunei

Sketching the shipwrecks of Brunei

The Malaysian artist and coral conservationist has spent the past few months diving off the coast of Brunei, sketching the skeletons of sunken ships. From the 1942 Australian Wreck — a Dutch steamer sunk by a Japanese mine — to the 1945 American Wreck, a victim of World War II, each provides a unique diving […]

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