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On the Move. Street food from around the world. Part 2
Do you happen to get hungry? That is great as we go on with our story about the most popular street food from around the world. It’s freshly cooked - fall to, you guys! Let's start with the South Asian countries, namely Singapore - seafood-rich in vitamins and minerals occupy a key place in the diet of residents ...
Accompaying persons, please leave the train: the most interesting trains on planet
Despite ongoing development of air transport, many people across the Earth still love to travel by train for various reasons. Though the majority of passengers associate trains with a rather slow way to travel compared with airplanes, and are concerned with low comfort which can be still at the level of last century, reading through our selection below, you will definitely consider once again which means of transport you prefer to get to your destination.
Lakes that are changing the idea of the power of the nature
At the bare mention of the word lake, our imagination pictures soothing, nostalgia-laden images of quite pond cosily embraced by the grassy hills. OUTLOOK prepared a selection of the most spectacular lakes, which will change your understanding of this work of nature. Each of them has something to surprise, whether it is unusual water shade, or frightening ability to petrify living creatures.
Water gates
Airports, railway and bus stations are almost always erected at a human whim, while ports and harbours are joint creation of homo sapiens and nature. In this article OUTLOOK presents you the most beautiful port destinations with their own unique character worth exploring.
07.09.2018 | Italy, USA, oddities, rating, China, Belgium, Greece, UAE
Chinese sugar painting: Art from a ladle
Flowers and trees, animals and birds, dragons and fairytale characters – to put it short, anything that may come to your head can turn into an object of edible art there. Amazing technique of painting with hot sugar is possessed by craftsmen from Sichuan province. Paintings performed in almost caramel can be neither “edited”, nor painted over.
23.01.2018 | art, China
The kingdom of ice and snow in the north-eastern China
For not to have among our readers too many sad and whiny people counting days till summer or even warm spring days, the OUTLOOK would like to share at least one reason to love the cold season with all heart. The opportunity is to go to the Chinese city of Harbin and eyewitness fantastic and cool festival of ice and snow.
16.01.2017 | China
THE MINISTRY OF THE FOREIGN AFFAIRS OF UKRAINE HOSTED A PHOTO EXHIBITION DEDICATED TO THE 25TH ANNIVERSARY OF ESTABLISHMENT OF DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS BETWEEN UKRAINE AND THE PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA
On January 12, in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine took place the opening ceremony of a photo exhibition on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of establishment of diplomatic relations between Ukraine and the People's Republic of China.
13.01.2017 | art, diplomacy, China
Show of Flying Shaolin Monks Takes Place in Kyiv
Within the framework of an ambitious art project Joyful Spring Fest, mysterious and inimitable world of Chinese culture became a little closer to Ukrainian public: in Kyiv and Lviv performances of actors of Zhengzhou Opera and Ballet Theatre and representatives of TAGO Shaolin martial arts school from Dengfeng took place. OUTLOOK was lucky to go backstage of the show right before actors came on stage.
03.03.2016 | art, China
Ghetto of the World: Chinese Scope in San-Francisco
We continue our series of features about national ghettos. Today OUTLOOK tells you about the largest ethnical enclave of the city of San Francisco in the USA – about local Chinatown.
07.07.2015 | USA, China, getto of the world
Lan Kwai Fong: Hong Kong Is No Hong Kong Without It
It is somehow hard to feel the atmosphere of a city let alone a metropolis without having a stroll along certain streets. We try not only to tell about geographical spots we took fancy for but also to suggest as pinpoint routes as possible. Today we speak about Lan Kwai Fong – the merriest street of Asian-way-strict Hong Kong.
10.03.2015 | China
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