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Brief History of the Tian Tan Buddha

One of the major tourist attractions in Hong Kong is the Tian Tan Buddha. Located at Ngong Ping on Lantau Island, this giant bronze statue was constructed in the early…

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Phraya Nakhon Cave’s Hidden Treasure

Inside the Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park in Thailand, there is a cave called Phraya Nakhon. Located about 10 miles from the park headquarters, the cave contains a royal…

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Travel Focus: The Crystal Mountain of Egypt

Situated between the Bahariya Oasis and the Farafra Oasis in Egypt is the Crystal Mountain, known in the local language as Gebel Izaz. This is a popular tourist spot due…

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The Remarkable Rideau Canal in Canada

The Rideau Canal (麗都運河), also known as the Rideau Waterway (麗都水道), is a historical scenic waterway connecting the towns of Kingston and Ottawa in Ontario, Canada. The name “Rideau” is…

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Women Risk Their Lives to Be Fat in This Country

Throughout most of the world, women face the constant pressure of maintaining a slim body. Fat is considered unattractive. However, there is an African country where women want to become…

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World Rankings: The Most Powerful Passports

Arton Capital, a company that helps high net worth clients attain a second citizenship, has released its “Global Passport Power Rank 2019“ index. The rankings, determined by taking into account which…

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Taiwan’s Iconic Yushan Weather Station

The Yushan weather station on Mount Yu, the highest mountain in Taiwan, stands at 12,630 feet above sea level. The Japanese constructed the station on the north peak 76 years…