Stories about Travel from March, 2017
Kyrgyzstan's Capital Through the Cracked Windshields of Its Beloved Trolleybuses
Do Bishkek's trolleybuses have style? You bet they do!
Art in Transit: Meet the Commute Sketchers of Singapore
"With dwindling interests in traditional art, the public commute presents a unique, safe and condensed setting to practice what I love."
There Are ‘No Borders to Music,’ But the U.S. Consulate Still Rejected These Indonesian Choir Members’ Visas
"Regardless of the “borders” instilled by politics, there are no borders to music, no borders to unity through artistry, no borders from humanity that thrives from singing of the heart."
Afghanistan's Cricket Team Sends Hope Home from India
"Finally, a great feat! [Our] tenth win in a row in T20Is. Towards the glory!"
Life Inside a Leprosy Colony in Myanmar
Pyay Kyaw visits patients at the St. Joseph Cotto Legnos Leprosy Colony, home to people like Maya, who once was forced to live in her town’s cemetery due to stigma.
British Cruise Ship Destroys Pristine Coral Reefs in West Papua
"This damaged area could take hundreds of years to re-grow. Noble Caledonia need to take responsibility for this and help rebuild this reef!"
Late-Season Snow Brings Joy to Bhutan
"only in #bhutan...police making snowman at the main roundabout. wonderful"
These Light-Art Installations in Singapore’s Marina Bay Also Promote Energy Conservation
Look how some of Singapore's most iconic buildings become even more stunning during the “Light Festival,” where art installations from nine different countries are displayed at the Marina Bay waterfront.
‘Speed Thrills but Kills,’ ‘Safety on Road Is Safe Tea at Home’ and Other Bhutanese Road Signs
"I Loved Driving on the Hills coz of these boards. I would prefer this, rather than the Advertising Boards along the roads."