April 21 @ 8:00 PM - 10:00 PM | Free and open to all If you can hold a conversation in Spanish or are interested in improving your Spanish-speaking skills, then check out this group! They always have a diverse group of globally-minded people, all working on their Spanish. This is a very fun and inclusive group, so go […]
It’s my first night in Havana, and I’m seated in a paladar discussing a nativity scene. Across from me is Daniel Ryan Smith, a graphic designer and friend from Seattle who has been here before—this is his fifth trip to Havana. Read more here. Photo Source
Indigenous children in Mexico can now learn their mother tongues with specialized computer games, helping to prevent the further loss of those languages across the country. Read more here. Photo Source
The lands of the Kayapo are in a lawless part of southeastern Brazil known as the Xingu region. Their lands are undergoing a transformation into a huge island of rainforest within a sea of deforestation. To fight of further threats to their land and culture, some native tribes have staged protests, pressured the government, and […]
The amazing history of the acrobatic show has been existent for more than two thousand years. Since the middle of this century, great efforts to foster and develop national arts and acrobatics have gained a new life. In the long course of development, the Chinese acrobatic art has formed its own style. The ancient acrobatics stemmed […]
Explore the vast range of street food found in Beijing! From lamb kabobs- yángròu chuànr (羊肉串儿) and beer, the Beijing sandwich -Chinese name, Ròujiāmó (肉加莫), Pancakes- Jiān Bĭng (煎饼), to steamed stuffed buns- Bāozi (包子) you can’t go wrong !
A Saudi woman who dared to drive There’s no actual law against women driving in Saudi Arabia. But it’s forbidden. Two years ago, Manal al-Sharif decided to encourage women to drive by doing so — and filming herself for YouTube. Hear her story of what happened next.
Frontline shines a light on the hidden world of the North Korean people, revealing how ordinary citizens are resisting one of the world’s most oppressive regimes.
Not all reindeer fly… In Norway, Reindeer herders guide the migration across arctic waters. The long swim is treacherous, especially for the calves. If just one turns back they all could…
The Dukha (Mongolian: Цаатан, Tsaatan) are a small culture of reindeer herders living in northern Khövsgöl Aimag of Mongolia. The North Taiga band was organized under the Qing Dynasty from 1755-1912 as part of Toja or Uriyankhai banner. With Mongolian independence, the banner became part of independent Tuva, which was soon annexed by the Russians […]