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Art & Culture

Singapore celebrates 50 years of independence

Singapore’s story is a fascinating one. Once a refuge for fishermen and pirates, the tiny island was colonised by the British in the 17th century, before Japanese occupation during World ...
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Whitney Museum of American Art

In one of the most anticipated openings of 2015, the Whitney Museum of American Art opened its new nine-storey building in downtown Manhattan’s Meatpacking district in May. The building, designed ...
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Boots and All in the City of Cowboys and Culture

Boots and All in the City of Cowboys and Culture August, 2015 For all things cowboy, head to Fort Worth in Texas and take advantage of the new Stockyards Adventure ...
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Culture Club

  Mauritius is much more than luxury resorts sitting pretty on an idyllic beach. It’s a melting pot of culture and history that hasn’t gone the way of the Dodo. ...
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Hip, Hip, New York

By Brannon Gerling Grab a beer – craft of course – and settle in to read all about the hot spots of hipster New York. New York City: the mouth ...
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Rabaul’s Revival

Rabaul, situated on the island of New Britain in Papua New Guinea, has experienced two World Wars and multiple eruptions of its active volcano, to not only survive, but thrive. ...
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Chicago Aerial Bay and City

First Date with Chicago

For first time visitors to this city by the lake, it is seriously impressive. So much so that you can’t help but fall in love at first sight. Here are ...
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Garage Contemporary Art Museum, Moscow, Russia

Garage Museum of Contemporary Art opened its brand new premises in Gorky Park in June 2015, after being housed in a temporary space designed by Shigeru Ban. The Museum, established ...
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The World of Wearable Art is WOW

One of New Zealand’s cultural success stories has been the spectacular growth of the World of WearableArt – better known as WOW. This annual design awards show, held in Wellington, ...
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Europe on hallowed ground

A century ago Australian soldiers were at war on the other side of the world, in places with unpronounceable names and enduring the unthinkable. Gallipoli has had its centenary, and ...
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