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How Tokyo’s skateboarders made their mark

Their pavements are busier, their surfaces are rougher, and their guards are stricter. This is how, against all odds, Tokyo’s...

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The Middle East’s radical green designs

How green could the UAE really be? With a renewed desire for ecological sustainability and the credentials to back it...

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Painting a city

Anathema to graffiti purists, street art has been embraced the world over, particularly in Dubai. But can it be pushed...

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A new purpose for the QE2

Why would someone board an ocean liner to go nowhere?

The best way to see Cambodia is on this train

Chugging along at 33mph, the refurbished 1960s rolling stock of Cambodia’s Royal Railway is certainly no bullet train. But who...

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A Road Trip In Scotland

Does the great adventure by road really exist outside of the US?

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Moscow And The Seven Sisters

Gothic icons of the Moscow skyline

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London swings

A group of musicians has slowly built a scene that has the whole world listening – and they did it without the help of major record labels, big venues or mainstream media. Some say they’ve created a completely new sound, others that it’s the next stage in the development of a great tradition. Nobody really knows what to call it. For now, we’ll call it jazz. London jazz.

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