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WILLIAM FAIRBAIRN: ONE TOUGH COP

At the height of Shanghai’s chaos in the early 1900s, one man entered the picture who would revolutionize self-defense and aid in turning the city around. His name was William Ewart Fairbairn, an English soldier.

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MY KILIMANJARO EXPERIENCE

By on June 1, 2012 in Tusker Alumni Category
MY KILIMANJARO EXPERIENCE

I walked away feeling a great sense of accomplishment, not only because I reached the summit – but because I had fun doing it. I enjoyed every day and every moment on the mountain. I was inspired by its beauty, the strength of my teammates and the spirit of the Tanzanian Tusker team. It was truly the experience of a lifetime…and I am so glad I did it with CARE.

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JOURNEY WITHIN

By on June 1, 2012 in Adventure Category
JOURNEY WITHIN

Democratizing and inescapable, altitude is the world’s Great Equalizer. It’s enough to make our Founding Fathers proud. The question is not who, but how much. And the higher you climb, the greater the effect.

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RIVER IN PERIL

RIVER IN PERIL

The Ganges is the symbol of India, representing the country’s ancient civilization. Millions of people make pilgrimages to the river every year. However, the river, symbolizing the livelihood and religion of millions of Hindus, is threatened.

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THE ART OF KILIMANJARO

Mount Kilimanjaro is both an iconic and clichéd part of Africa’s landscape. Artists have portrayed its massive snow-capped heights for a century and much of the work is not that artistic. Niles Nordquist and Aron Belka’s works emphasize the ephemeral beauty of the mountain.

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