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Rumor: Samsung Galaxy S10 triple-cam to offer super-wide-angle and 3x tele We've already heard rumors about Samsung launching three models for its upcoming Galaxy S10 flagship smartphone generation, including one featuring a triple-camera on the back. Jul. 10, 2018
Monba Custom of Giving Names Names are important to Monba people. According to the Tibetan Buddhist tradition, people choose names with an auspicious meaning for children. In Tibet there are two main ways of giving children names. One way is... Jul. 09, 2018
Primi holidays and festivals Primi holidays and festivals include Spring Festival, Tomb-Sweeping Day, the Beginning of Summer, the Dragon Boat Festival, Torch Festival, and New Taste Festival. Spring Festival is quite like... Jun. 25, 2018
HIPA presents winners of ‘Yellow’ Instagram Photo Contest ​The Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum International Photography Award, HIPA, has concluded the May edition of the Instagram Photo Contest which was themed ‘Yellow’. Jun. 13, 2018
NOW OPEN FOR ENTRIES: 2019 Sony World Photography Awards The Awards are FREE to enter and offer amazing prizes, vast exposure, visibility, and opportunities to photographers worldwide. Jun. 05, 2018
The tiny island with human-sized money Hundreds of these extraordinary, human-sized discs of rock are scattered all over the island; some outside the island’s few hotels, others in rows close to the beach or deep in the forests. Each village even has a stone money bank where pieces that are too heavy to move are displayed on the malal Jun. 01, 2018
Deang Rice Goddess The Deang Goddess of the Rice is the most important of their traditional deities. She is honored several times a year in accordance with different steps of the agricultural cycle. Plowing is an activity... Jun. 01, 2018
Vivo teaser shows bezel-free smartphone with pop-up camera In February, Vivo introduced a concept phone called Apex that featured a bezel-free display and pop-up front-facing camera, among other things. That handset may be more than just a concept, though, based on a teaser included with Vivo's latest event invitation and a video advertisement it recently published. May. 28, 2018
The shinning Lake Mead Lake Mead is the 16th largest man-made lake in the world and one of the largest manmade lakes in the Western Hemisphere. Formed by the Hoover Dam along the Colorado River, the National Park Service established Lake Mead as a national recreation area in 1964. May. 24, 2018
2018 CONTACT Toronto Photography Festival Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival is an annual event in May with well over 1500 Canadian and international artists and photographers exhibiting at more than 175 venues throughout the Greater Toronto Area. May. 10, 2018
4 hotel rooms around the world with amazing views From Finland to New Zealand, here is a pick of some of the world’s most spectacular rooms with a view. May. 07, 2018
Customs of Nu People Marriage and Family: The Nu people's marriage is monogamous. In old times, a small numbers of tribal chiefs and rich men had more than one wife. The Nu people adopted the sub-consanguineous marriage (people can marry... Apr. 23, 2018
Exclusive Interview with K. M. Asad Talking about Rohingya Crisis Rohingya refuge has became an international issue in terms of humanity, safe living environment and peaceful world. It has to say that despite efforts being made on the ground, the massive influx into Bangladesh ... Apr. 20, 2018
London Photo Festival: Competitions & Exhibitions! The World Around Us Photography Competition & London Photo Festival Apr. 18, 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
The Dry Guillotine: What the Previous 'Prison of Prison' Island Looks Like Now "The silent", "The man-eater" or even "The dry guillotine"; there has been many adjectives to describe how tough was the conditions of living that the worst prisoners had to face when there ... Apr. 13, 2018
Real or fake? Exploring life in Dubai Nick Hannes is the overall winner of the 2018 ZEISS Photography Award. His series, 'Garden of Delight', was chosen from nearly 90,000 entries by photographers from more than 140 countries. Apr. 12, 2018
Around the world in 3 signature drinks Drinking and holidays go together quite well, don't you think? There's a certain romance to sipping a cocktail in a strange city, and there's no better way to make friends than to buy a round for your fellow travelers. Apr. 11, 2018
Where to go in April April signals a seasonal shift across the globe, making it the ideal time of year for exploring ancient wonders, embarking on epic adventures and chowing down on fresh local produce. Apr. 02, 2018
Winter on the steppe: visiting Mongolia in low season Mongolia has notoriously frigid winters – temperatures can fall as low as -40°C in January and Ulaanbaatar holds the record as the world's coldest capital city. Tourism typically sees its low season between November and late March, but visitors that venture to Mongolia at this frosty time of year will find there is still in fact plenty to see and do. Mar. 21, 2018
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