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The Mesmerising Tradition of Japan’s Ama-San Free-Diving Women

The Ama-San women of Japan uphold a 2,000-year-old tradition of free-diving. Ama means “sea woman,” and the connection these women have with the ocean is one of...

Visit This Traditional Korean Tea House With a Conscience

At the base of Songnisan Mountain, about a 3.5-hour journey from Seoul, South Korea, lies a very unique, traditional Korean tea house. It was...

Social Media Censors Professor’s Book on Toxic Feminism

Carrie Gress is a mother of five, holds a Ph.D., and is a Catholic professor at Pontifex University. She is the author of the...

India’s Amazing Living Root Bridges

Did you know that for generations, India has been using a system of living root bridges created by weaving tree roots together? These living root bridges...

Chinese Soldiers Moving Into Indian Terrain Captured on Video

On Dec. 16, Chinese soldiers entered the Indian Territory of Cakzung dressed in civilian clothes. The invasion was caught on video, which went viral...

Chinese Calligrapher Creates Artwork Reflecting the Pandemic Era

Liu Xitong is a renowned calligrapher from China who recently took part in a documentary by NTD Television titled "When the Plague Arrives." The...

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