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Boat Migrants Risk It All for New Life in Europe This would allow [me] to show the migrants in their normal lives, families from Syria able to find an arrangement. They are doctors, engineers who in order to escape war and death in their own country have risked their own life, but they might end up becoming respected professionals in some other parts of the world. May. 14, 2018
Genghis Khan Mongol leader Genghis Khan (1162-1227) rose from humble beginnings to establish the largest land empire in history. After uniting the nomadic tribes of the Mongolian plateau, he conquered huge chunks of central Asia... May. 07, 2018
Silk Road Youth International Photography Competition (Overseas Division) Silk Road Youth International Photography Competition (Overseas Division) May. 07, 2018
History of Deang Ethnic Deang was a name given to this ethnic group in the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911). Before that time the Deangs along with the Blang and Va ethnic minorities speaking a south Asian language inside Yunnan Province were called... May. 04, 2018
2018 Wildlife Portraits Photo Contest ​The WildlifePhoto.com wildlife photo contest series for 2018 is now open for entries – this year it is bigger than ever! The contest series is made up of three separate photo contests, with the first in the series being ‘Wildlife Portraits’. May. 03, 2018
'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
Report on Representation This exhibition brings together more than forty works by artists Chen Tuanjie, Qin Ling, Xu Peiwu, Yang Xiaobing, Zhang Hui, Zi Bai, and Zhou Wei, presenting a variety of subjective responses to social development in China. In the context of rapid industrialization and on-going urbanization. Apr. 09, 2018
Best bowl foods from around the world At its heart, the bowl food is all about comfort, whether it’s a refreshing serving of poke on the sun-drenched Hawaiian coast, a hangover-busting bowl of pho in Vietnam or a reviving Welsh stew t warm the cockles. Mar. 27, 2018
Exploring Delhi's Historic Cities At first glance, Delhi embodies all that is exasperating and chaotic about modern India. It can take nerves of steel to face the frenetic pace at which it whirls through daily life. But grant Delhi a more discerning gaze and you’ll uncover a host of redeeming features Mar. 20, 2018
Animal Paradise On The Equator:Yao Hanjun Photography Exhibition Over time, this beautiful, mysterious, wild and primordial land has been an irresistible magnetite to numerous scientists, travelers, explorers, artists and photographers. Mr. Yao Hanjun is among them. Mar. 20, 2018
Workers carry exaggerated furniture loads in Alain Delorme's Totems photographs This photo series by French photographer Alain Delorme spotlights China's consumer society through doctored images of workers transporting teetering piles of furniture and other goods. Mar. 15, 2018
2018 PhotogrVphy Grant Contest ENTER FOR FREE, WIN 1000$ IN CASH Mar. 14, 2018
Rohingya Exodus: Awarded Photographer Capturing Rohingya Refugees Crisis It's painful; walking for three consecutive day without food and water but its more heart wrenching when I think of my home, my belongings leaving behind."- Gulping a mug of water, an old Rohingya woman fled from Myanmar ... Mar. 01, 2018
Achievements of Bangladesh Photojournalism K. M. Asad Jury Member 2017, Republican prize QAZPHOTO Awards (Kazakhstan) 2017, VOUBS International Photography Awards (Bulgaria) 2016, Republican prize QAZPHOTO Awards (Kazakhstan) ... Mar. 01, 2018
Diet of Naxi People The Naxi, like most people in evevy moderately developed countries today, enjoy "three square meals" per day. The main evening dish consists of rice, corn, potatoes and pork – and of course Baba, a kind of tasty and... Feb. 24, 2018
Traditional Diet of Lisu People Generally speaking, for the Lisus living in Nujiang River area, take corns, buchwheat, potatoes and broomcorn millet as their staple food, while for those living in the river valley may choose rice together... Jan. 12, 2018
Unmissable adventures around the world Hike, climb, cycle, surf, canoe... there are countless ways to explore a country if you've got a taste for adventure. we look at some of the action-packed activities that define a destination, from kayaking through sea caves in Vietnam to paragliding over beaches in Turkey. Jan. 05, 2018
The Incredible Journey: An Impressive Experience in Jaynagar Train It is a journey from Jaynagar in India to Janakpur Dham, the birthplace of Sita, in Nepal. The ride is certainly not for the faint-hearted. Even angels may not dare embark on such a mission. Perhaps ... Dec. 26, 2017
Eating Habits of Hani Minority Their staple foods are rice and corn. Sour and spicy are their favorite tastes. They pick wild vegetables to make soup, and use leaves of fragrance as condiment. Both Hani men and women are generally smokers and... Nov. 09, 2017
Origins and History of Hani Ethnic Minority Historical records indicate that a tribal people called the "Heyis" was active south of the Dadu River in the 3rd century B.C. These were possibly the ancestors of the Hanis of today. According to the records, some... Nov. 08, 2017
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