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SHAH JAHAN: KING OF THE WORLD

Shah Jahan ruled the Mongol empire with a ruthless brand of justice and flagrant self-celebration. But his greatest monument would come to be inspired by something other than his delusions of grandeur; it would be inspired by love.

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ROOT CANALS AND SIPHONED PETROL

Life in border towns is often driven by contrasts between countries straddling the line. To survive, you have to be street smart, fearless and perceptive.

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VOICES OF THE MOUNTAIN

VOICES OF THE MOUNTAIN

Kilimanjaro, Hakuna Matata. Sharon Kaufman on the adventure of a lifetime.

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BORDER GAMES – PART II

By on May 31, 2013 in Global Category
BORDER GAMES – PART II

After 1,600 kilometers of potholes, several near accidents and numerous Mexican army drug checkpoints, we were close to the U.S. border. And then things got interesting.

(This is Part II of a three part series on international borders.)

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INFECTED BY FEELINGS

INFECTED BY FEELINGS

The question of what constitutes art is an everlasting debate. Whether it be a Tinga Tinga style painting or a Mongolian horse bridle, true art infects you with feelings.

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