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  • The Mighty Brahmaputra River – Trifecta of Region, Religion and Nature

    Our tour of Assam began and ended on a high note. The freshness of the highlands, the flavor of their cuisine and the tea- a pleasure for sight, smell, and taste for the tea connoisseurs along with the mellow people were all but incomplete without visiting the mighty Brahmaputra river. From the origin to its […]

  • Green Tea – The hidden gem for your health

    Tea – for some the mornings doesn’t begin without a hot cup of tea for others the afternoon is rightfully named- The high tea. (The coffee lover loose a notch here). While coffee might be the new rage the history of tea goes way back to China during the reign of Emperor Shennong. Green tea […]

  • 5 Most Famous Temples Around The Globe You Should Visit

    From the diverse land of India to the developed US, Golden land of Myanmar to China, Eastern to the western world, temples are spread across the world. These edifices constructed for religious purpose allure us with their extraordinary architecture. Temple not only represents diversity in religion & culture but also symbolizes different practices adopted by […]

  • Do You Think Islam Can Dominate China, Korea And Japan In Future?

    As Muslims continue to grow in population and likely to spread around the world, many have their opinion that one day(though many years later) Muslims will dominate the world. Western countries are debatable, though. But, what about the Asian countries like China, Korea, and Japan? China, Korea, and Japan have strong belief on their own folk religious […]

  • Indians can travel more countries than the Chinese without a VISA

    If you hold an Indian passport, you can travel more countries than Chinese passport holders. Global financial advisory firm Arton Capital has analyzed the Visa regulations of all the countries in the world and created an index which ranks countries according to the Visa-free access their passport holders enjoy to other nations. The power index of a passport […]

  • World’s Most Ferocious Zoo Where People Are Caged And Animals Roam Free

    The Lehe Ledu Wildlife Zoo in China’s Chongqing City has put a spin on the usual zoo visit experience – people pay to be locked in cages, while hungry lions and tigers roam free around them. The thrilling experience is meant to show visitors what it’s like to come face-to-face with predators, instead of just […]

  • These Epic English T-shirt Prints In East Asia are Hilarious

    1. I’m A Kindergarten Teacher In China And One Of My Students Was Rocking This Shirt Today 2. Teaching English In Korea. Best Shirt Ever? 3. This Little Guy 4. My Chinese Friend Doesn’t Understand English. This Is Her Favourite Top 5. My Brother Teaches English In Vietnam. I Don’t Think This Young Student Or […]

  • What you Absolutely Shouldn’t do when visiting these Countries

    Countries have different cultures and ways of life in general. If you are a traveler then you should definitely take a look at this list to at least avoid embarrassment. You can add more in the comments if you feel something important about your country has been left out. 1. Japan Don’t tip anyone. No […]

  • Severe pollution causes Beijing to shut down 2500 firms

    Beijing will close 2,500 small polluting firms this year in its latest effort to combat pollution, state news agency Xinhua reported on Saturday, citing the municipal government. Pollution is a sensitive topic in China, with thousands of protests sparked every year by concerns about environmental degradation, particularly from factories. Four districts in the capital, which […]

  • Artist Creates Amazing Ladder Made Of Fireworks

    Chinese artist Cai Guo-Qiang, utilized fireworks and a giant balloon filled with helium to create the effect of a fiery ladder. The pyrotechnic art piece lit up the sky above Quanzhou, south-eastern China in June. The ladder was  500-meter long coated completely with quick burning fuses and gold fireworks. The impressive display entitled ‘Sky Ladder’ burned for approximately 2 […]

  • The Beauty Benefits of Rice Water You Might Not Know About

    The Yao ethnic women from the village of Huangluo in China is testament to this tradition. With their average hair length of about 6 feet, these women made it to the Guinness Book of World Records as the “world’s longest hair village” (Read more here). Plus these women do not have grey hair till late 80s. […]

  • This New Scenic Highway in China Is Completely Over Water

    We love incredible engineering like this new motorway in China that is completely built over water. The road connects Xingshang County to the Zhaojun Bridge in central China’s Hubei province. The 6.8-miles-long route is built on top of an elevated bridge that runs along the middle of a river valley. This stunning piece of engineering cuts […]