'The Little Boy Who Wouldn't Smile': A Story of the Korean War The "little boy'" of Rougier's now-famous article was Kang Koo Ri, an orphan rescued in the spring of '51 by American GIs; the village where he was found had been largely destroyed in fighting between UN forces and China-backed communist troops from the North. Apr. 13, 2018
The secret behind Italy's rarest pasta It's so difficult and time-consuming to prepare, that for 300 years only the women of a single Sardinian family knew how to make it. Feb. 22, 2017
TIME BEFORE PRESENT: TEMPLES, FUNERALS AND A WEDDING It did survive that turmoil and moved on with shaky footing until April 25, 2015, when a 7.9 Richter scale earthquake hit. Thousands of lives were loss across the country that day, and more lives in neighboring countries. Many of the beautiful Unesco Worl Jan. 31, 2017
COMFORT FOOD IN THE HEART OF CHINA The historic ancient capital of Xian in the centre of China is where the first emperor of China rose to power. Tourists from all over the globe come here to see the Terra-cotta warriors - dug up from a massive tomb that is an active archeology site. It is Jan. 31, 2017
LONG NECK OF THE LAKE: A TOUR ON INLE LAKE When we arrived at the main town of Nyuang Shwe, on the north end of the lake, we found a wonderful hotel and did some exploring on the first afternoon. Cascades of beautiful flowers covered the plaster and brick walls of the town and a cool fresh breeze Jan. 30, 2017
Hawk Training in The Traditional Falcon Village Among the Changbai Mountain lies Dayulou Village, a village famous for Falcons for hundreds of years. And the hawk history may date back to Nurhachi (1559-1626), the ancestor of Qing Dynasty emperors. He set organizations here to seize and train hawks. Jan. 30, 2017
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