Even little Marxism won’t miss out when Socialism gets married in southern India this weekend with his big brothers Communism and Leninism in attendance.
Just two months into its existence the local initiative Local4Local is launching another project to fight hunger called the Cyclo Community Pantry or Cyclo Pantry with support from the Cyclo Association.
The world’s premier video game trade show, E3, kicked off online June 12, celebrating play that “kept us sane” during the pandemic, celebrating fantasy worlds with Ubisoft’s new offering Avatar, and promising a real-world gathering next year.
Herds of hard-working donkeys once carried hordes of tourists on the rocky paths of Jordan’s Petra, but visitor numbers crashed amid the pandemic and the loyal animals are left without a job.
In the country of salsa and rumba, a troupe of sneaker-wearing Cuban youngsters have burst onto the dance scene with a style until recently all but unheard of on the isolated island nation: hip hop.
A re-issue of one of Asia’s most beloved video games is taking the Chinese internet by storm 13 years after its original release, fuelling a wave of nostalgia among the country’s young adults.
In the craft alley of Wat Bo Road located in a part of downtown Siem Reap that was once bustling with tourists, a social enterprise workshop employs local craftsmen who are turning used bullet shells into modern jewellery under the name Chan Alanka.
Centuries-old umbrella-shaped dragon’s blood trees line the rugged peaks of Yemen’s Socotra – a flagship symbol of the Indian Ocean archipelago’s extraordinary biodiversity, but also a bleak warning of environmental crisis.
A 1933 US gold coin that was never issued after Franklin D Roosevelt removed America from the gold standard sold for a record $18.87 million at a Sotheby’s auction in New York on June 8.
Alarmed by the mountains of plastic waste leaching into Indonesia’s waters, two best friends are taking on the environmental menace by turning crisp bags and shampoo packets into paving bricks.