It has survived world wars, Prohibition and The Great Depression, but this may very well be the toughest time yet for Scotland’s oldest whisky maker.
At first glance, the round black pellets could easily be mistaken for animal dung. But these hardy little balls contain acacia seeds that are helping regrow Kenya’s depleted forests.
Libya’s principal eastern city may be best known as the cradle of a revolution, but it has lately scored an improbable first for the conflict-riven country – a salt spa.
The modern Lakhon Khol mini-masks made by the Robam Khmer art collective are very different from the larger and more intricate masks worn by dancers during the traditional mask theatre performances – often taking place under colourful cloth canopies raised over the grounds at the site of one of the
Audiences are cramming into Chinese cinemas to watch a sentimental comedy that has rapidly become one of the most popular films of all time in the country and marks a triumphant debut for its female director.
Successive Covid-19 lockdowns may have given people in France, as elsewhere, a newfound taste for home cooking, but one delicacy has yet to worm its way back onto the nation’s plates: snails.
With her dreadlocks and nose piercing, Shanna Reis doesn’t exactly look the part of the camouflage-clad hunter tracking game in the forest.
From a cobblestoned street in downtown Belgrade, the Sava perfumery has seen more than half a century sweep past without ceasing in its mission to keep the city’s citizens smelling flowery and fresh.
Slow-cooked honey-barbecued free-range chicken with fire ants as a condiment and water mimosa salad with herbs and peanuts was once served daily at Cuisine Wat Damnak on a tranquil street behind the eponymous Siem Reap pagoda.
A group of 28 pilot whales were successfully refloated at a notorious New Zealand beach where more than a dozen of the marine mammals died this week, jubilant rescuers said on February 24.