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There are three types of Aso-Oke, a hand-woven cloth originating in the 15th century in Yorubaland.

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Japan’s bullet train is more than a quick way to zip around the country.

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Game Changers Meet Haseen Mohammad and Shahid Junaid, the master weavers preserving the silk-weaving traditions of Varanasi, India

Hand-woven silk saris have been prized in India for centuries, but cost-efficient power loom productions threaten to make them obsolete.

Burning Issues The Maasai Play a Key Role in Saving the Great Migration from Extinction

The Great Migration is considered one of the Seven New Wonders of the World, but it faces dire climate, political, and cultural challenges.

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Be an informed traveller and avoid greenwashing when choosing an accommodation.

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