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Lost Paradise: Invisible Power and Contribution from Women in Iranian Daily Life Persian carpet is one of the most complex handmade items in the world and Iran has long been a center of carpet production. Weaving carpet has usually been associated with women. While women play a crucial ... Nov. 14, 2019
Afghanistan: The Color Awakens Recent decades have seen Afghanistan repeatedly bruised and brutalized—but today, its people struggle to brush away the dust of conflict and discover their homeland as it should appear: radiant with beautiful ... Oct. 05, 2019
Ashayer: Photographic Epic about Normads in Persian There are always individuals who both love photographing and traveling. French photographer Kares Le Roy is one of those them and published a stunning book entitled Ashayer: Nomads in Persian. Mar. 18, 2019
Top Three things to do in Dubai As a vacation spot, Dubai has gorgeous cream-colored Persian Gulf shoreline, international culinary scene and larger-than-life attractions. And the city's still growing; plans are underway for something bigger and better. It's estimated that a quarter of the world's construction cranes can be found here. Mar. 09, 2018
Photo Trip Along the Ancient Silk Road After proposing “The Belt and Road Initiative” by China in 2013, China has aimed to build trade and enhance mutual friendship connecting Asia with Europe and Africa on and beyond the ancient Silk Road routes.In the nineteenth century, a new type of traveller ventured onto the Silk Roads ... Dec. 14, 2017
What can you do if you go to Qatar? Qatar is an Arab country in the southwest of Asia with a permanent population of 2.06 million and a total area of 11,437 square kilometers. As one of the six Gulf members, Qatar has a significant amount of natural gas and petroleum. It has the world’s third largest amount of gas reserve and the world’s highest per capita GDP, and that is to say, it is the richest country in the world. With a coastline of 550 kilometers, most of its territory is surrounded by the Persian Gulf, bordering the Saudi Arabia to the south. In June this year, Qatar carried out the policy of visa-free access for 80 countries around the world, which greatly facilitates the arrangement of the tour. Next, I’d like to introduce places you can visit in Qatar. Aug. 23, 2017
Folk Songs of Hui People The culture of Hui people originally had been characterized by influences from the traditional culture of Western Asia and assimilation from the Han culture. However, due to the introduction of the Han language as a common... Aug. 22, 2017
History of Hui Minority During the early years of the 13th century when Mongolian troops were making their western expeditions, group after group of Islamic-oriented people from Middle Asia, as well as Persians and Arabs... Aug. 18, 2017
Oman The Sultanate of Oman, or simply Oman, means the country of mineral. Located in the southeast of the Arabian peninsula, Oman guards the world’s most significant oil output channel - Strait of Hormuz in the Persian Gulf. The total population of Oman is 2.8 million (in 2005) and it covers an area of 30,950,000 kilometers. The majority of the population are Arabians, coupled with a small number of foreigners, such as Indians and Pakistanis. Aug. 17, 2017
Iran- a Mythical Place(2) After spending a couple of days here, you might be deeply attracted by it. Here are still lots of amazing places waiting for your exploration. Jul. 31, 2017
Iran- a Mythical Place What will it look like? Why do I want to go there? Where do I intend to visit in the country? An intoxicating place like Iran might inspire a bunch of these questions before you decide to go. Fortunately, Iran will never disappoint you. Here’s the delicate description of several top places for your Iran trip. Jul. 31, 2017
Celebration of Uygurs Other Festivals Apart from the Uygurs’ grandest festival - the Corban Festival, there are other important festivals celebrated for Uygur people. In particular, the other vital festival for Uygur ethnic minority is Nowruz Festival which has more than ... Nov. 03, 2016
Ashayer: Photographic Epic About Normads in Persian There are always individuals who love both photographing and traveling. French photographer Kares Le Roy is one of them and published the book named "Ashayer - nomads in Persian" which is a photographic epic about the nomads ... Jun. 16, 2016
Winners of the 2nd Global Photography Photo Contest for the Elderly ​Global Photography has just announced the winning entries in their 2nd annual photo contest for the elderly, selected from more than 46,000 entries sent by 2903 photographers. May. 05, 2016
Celebrating International Women's Day—10 Great Female Photographers (Part II) One of the ways to celebrate March 8th, the International Women’s Day, is to honor women in arts. Today they’re securing a more equal place on the contemporary art scene slowly but surely, and it goes without saying that women helped shape art history. Mar. 08, 2016
National Geographic’s 20 most popular photos in 2015 For this year’s roundup, National Geographic looked at shares, likes, and comments from the social sphere to select 20 most popular photos of the year. Dec. 24, 2015
Ruin Rebirths in Photos After years, several resorts in Catskills of N.Y. had been rebonded and closed. Marisa Scheinfeld went back and started the photography for ... Jun. 23, 2015
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