Exploring the fading colonial remnants of Chittagong
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Wandering around Chittagong exploring the colonial-era buildings and parks.
For Decades, National Geographic's Coverage Was Racist. To Rise Above Our Past, We Must Acknowledge It
“We asked a preeminent historian to investigate our coverage of people of color in the U.S. and abroad. Here’s what he found.”
“Ross Island, an abandoned British settlement in the remote Andaman archipelago, is being taken over by its rightful owner: nature.”
“On a stretch of Myanmar’s Ayeyarwady River, 26 dolphins and fishermen from six villages have formed a unique bond — they fish together.”
This 23-year-old Is Out to Break the Record for Fastest and Youngest Person to Travel to Every Country
“At 23, Taylor Demonbreun is on a mission to become the youngest and fastest person to visit all 195 of the world’s sovereign countries.”
“Short on space, the city-state has since its independence been reclaiming land to build the nation and to rewrite ‘unhygienic’ episodes of its history.”
“A Swiss environmentalist and a Californian art dealer became obsessed with Sarawak, one of the wildest places on Earth. This is their story.”
“The creation of man-made islands to host a new metropolis has come under fire from both local politicians and new rules in Beijing.”
Front row seats on the Saigon River.
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