Hunting Rarities

One womans quest to understand

Xi-ophobia Part 1: An introduction to the terror in Xinjiang

While the era of full-on totalitarian regimes is arguably over, a new era of so-called ‘political strongmen’ has arrived again….

Sinophobia among Kyrgyz youth is increasing: Is OBOR still welcome?

China’s presence in Kyrgyzstan under the OBOR initiative has not gone unnoticed. While Kyrgyz businesses and government officials welcome all…

What does it mean to be free?

What does it mean to be free? It is a question we are confronted with almost daily. The news shows…

How to survive a shared taxi ride in Uzbekistan

Public transport in Uzbekistan is not quite ready for mass tourism yet. Sure, there are trains to cover the vast…

Why would you destroy paradise? Or how Kyrgyzstan needs to reform its tourism sector.

In honour of World Tourism day, and 2017 being the year of sustainable tourism, it seemed to be the perfect…

Help Empower Nepali WomenDonate now to support one of the projectsaimed at creating a better life for women in Nepal…

Can Pomegranates save Afghanistan?

Afghanistan has been a raging battlefield since the late 1970s. The Taliban, which were once the political opposition of a…

Orphans in Singburi, Thailand

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7 Tips for Greener Travelling

If there is one thing I remain incredibly conscious about, it is the carbon footprint of travelling. Sure, it’s heaps…

Karakalpakstan – Broken, Deserted, Dried up. What’s there to see?

Most people who visit Uzbekistan do the classic 4 cities: Tashkent, Samarkand, Bukhara and Khiva. These cities have an immense…

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