The Taxi Service Fighting for Indonesia’s Disabled Community
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Great Video
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Share - An Instagram star at a crossroads
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House made out of fallen tree branches in Malaysia
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#MSNBCfearsYang | Andrew Yang at the Atlanta Debate
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The Art of Soba Noodle Making in Japan
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How Vietnam’s Banh Mi Sandwich Changes from the North to South
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South Koreans are checking themselves into prison to relax
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This Japanese Tea Master Has Been Hosting Ceremonies for Decades
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approaching the unreachable
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Super easy sweet and sour pork recipe- 10 min and 5 ingredients!
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Finding Tranquility in China’s Extraordinary Wuling Mountains - Two temples sit atop this isolated natural wonder—the Temple of the Buddha and the Maitreya Temple. Buddhists come to worship and see the natural beauty of China’s most biodiverse mountain reserve, named a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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Climb Inside Thailand’s Three-Headed Elephant
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Patrick Kun | The Wild Magic of Sleight of Hand | Topic
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Bruce Lee: The true creator of mixed martial arts
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An asian meme
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If you are in a shell...
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A chef from Chengdu in southwestern China’s Sichuan province has become an online star for his intricate, fascinating fruit and vegetable carvings.
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Crushes Get Handcuffed For 24-Hours
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‘Attending’ your own funeral: South Koreans fake their funerals for life lessons
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Two After Noon - How would you spend an unexpected pocket of time with a stranger?
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Jackie Chan's Light-Hearted Acceptance Speech | 2019 BAFTA Britannia Awards
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China's Father of Electric Cars Says Hydrogen Is the Future
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Tourists enjoy a sea of red leaves in Shandong and Sichuan
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The Snake Catchers of Bangkok
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Fire balloon fest opens in Myanmar
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What did I eat? (I mean what are the floating stuff?) From which country this dish come?
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Meet Evelyn Yang
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The Xuefeng Mountain Trail - A world-class hiking trail opened in Hunan, making use of ancient paths villagers have walked for centuries. They hope it will attract international visitors eager to explore the nearby wilderness, at the same time as it creates opportunities for people in poorer areas.
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How Sustainability Is Bringing Architecture Back Down to Earth
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