On the ski fields of Mount Taehwa, groomed pistes snake down wooded hillsides to a luxurious hotel and a giant screen showing a North Korean army choir. But the runs are empty.
Movable typesetting has long been swept into oblivion by digital printing, but a defunct shop in JB fights to keep every piece of it.
While Malaysians generally fail to appreciate the beauty of Perak, it has nevertheless become a favorite destination among the Europeans.
Dining in the clouds, anyone?
As the rebel slave who defied his captors, Kunta Kinte, immortalised in print and on screen in "Roots", put The Gambia on the map for historical tourism.
Kek Lok Tong in Ipoh is known for its breathtaking beauty with marvelous landscaping and cooling limestone cave.
Winter temperatures in Norway's Lapland could rise dramatically this century, with potentially devastating consequences for the region's reindeer and the indigenous Sami people who make their living herding them.
Street lights are what most of us will take for granted, but not the 3,500 residents of 24 remote villages in the country.
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