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The Wellsprings of a Peripatetic Life
We are each born with twin mythologies, our two father's and our mother's. Bill Haljun inherited wanderlust from both.
August 20, 2009
Molly A. Daniels-Ramanujan
Experience the 19th-Century Russian Court
The grand exhibition offers visitors an impression of a varied display of more than 1,800 treasures, including court ...
July 26, 2009
Greening Your Summer Fun with a Schuylkill River Tour
The Schuylkill river offers year-round fun—biking, boating, fishing, paddling, jogging, skating, walking.
July 22, 2009
The Craftsmen Fairs—Bringing to Life Romania’s Traditions
the Craftsmen Fairs offer an opportunity for local and tourists to explore the beauty of Romanian traditions.
July 17, 2009
Tall Ships Regatta, Gdynia 2009
Over 100 vessels from all over the world participated in the first stage of the Gdynia regatta.
July 15, 2009
Beat the Heat in the Himalayas
Manali, called the Queen of hill stations, in the Indian Himalayas is full of amazing sights and blessed ...
July 2, 2009
Lost in Translation: An American in Israel, Part 1
Israel is the kind of place that Americans think they know all about. It is in the news ...
June 30, 2009
New Yorkers in Paris: Part 6
Today is our last day in the Loire Valley, but we saved the best castle for last.
June 27, 2009
Alesund: Norway’s Art Nouveau City
From tragic circumstances, a confluence of lucky events led to the creation of one of Norway's landmark art ...
June 26, 2009
New Yorkers in Paris: Part 5
New York Epoch Times Staff take a break from Manhattan to savor the City of Light.
June 23, 2009
New Yorkers in Paris: Part 4
This morning we woke up early for our much anticipated trip to the Loire Valley, a magical place ...
June 22, 2009
New Yorkers in Paris: Part 3
Today we started our day with our second attempt to eat at Fuxia (fresh Italian cuisine) and enjoyed ...
June 20, 2009
New Yorkers in Paris, Part 2
New York Epoch Times Staff take a break from Manhattan to savor the City of Lights.
June 18, 2009
New Yorkers in Paris, Part 1: A Stroll Along the Seine
This morning we woke up early because of jet lag and had an adventure trying to find a ...
June 17, 2009
A Weekend on Saanich Penninsula
Vancouver Island in the summertime—if you've experienced it, you know. Everywhere, people are smiling as they bustle to ...
June 15, 2009
A Touch of the Countryside in Union Square
When gardener, Trina Pilonero, brings her organic herbs and vegetables to the Union Square Greenmarket she makes sure ...
June 11, 2009
Slowing Down, Salt Spring Style
If you want to temporarily step off the fast-moving escalator of city life there is a destination within ...
May 30, 2009
At the Crossroads of the Ancient World
Byblos, located around 35 km north of Beirut, Lebanon, is one of the richest archaeological areas in the ...
May 13, 2009
In Taiwan, Makers of Scrolls Share Their Secrets
The ancient art of scroll-making is practiced today as it was thousands of years ago.
April 27, 2009
Kitsch and Mystery in Keelung and Jiufen
A city and a village in the north of Taiwan have an interesting history and bustling tourism.
April 12, 2009
Reconsidering Recycled Paper Use
So much for paper-free offices: paper consumption has actually increased in the Digital Age, and so has the ...
March 20, 2009
Green Vacationing Tips
We often find in life that the things we enjoy the most are the worst for us.
March 8, 2009
Seven Reasons Why Panama Should Be Your Next Vacation Destination
There are at least seven reasons why to make Panama your destination of choice for this year's vacation.
March 2, 2009
Green Traveling Tips
Gone are the days when people could make an honest living, purchase, build, make, or grow whatever they ...
March 1, 2009
Dracula’s Castle a Jewel in Romania’s Crown
Bran Castle has earned its reputation as one of the most famous monuments of medieval architecture, known to ...
February 22, 2009
Georgian House Museum: A visit to Georgian Dublin
A visit to Georgian Dublin would be incomplete without seeing how a typical middle-class family would have lived.
February 18, 2009
Roosevelt Island: Manhattan’s Little Secret in the River
When is your neighborhood in Manhattan, but on a different island? Sounds like a riddle, but it's the ...
February 7, 2009
Chinese Propaganda Campaign Targets Australian Prime Minister Ahead of Election
SpaceX Will Launch Its First 60 Satellites to Deliver Internet From Space
Wire Service Content
Truthfulness, Compassion, Forbearance Celebrated in New York City
Saudi Arabia Says It Seeks to Avert War, Ball in Iran’s Court
Tight Security as Indians Vote in Final Phase of Mammoth Election
7 Reasons Why the Uranium One Scandal Won’t Go Away
Over 10,000 Attend Falun Dafa Conference to Hear Stories of Self-Improvement
, Epoch Times
Prime Minister Scott Morrison Promises to Put Australians First
Mimi Nguyen Ly
Facebook Says Suspension of Candace Owens’s Account is ‘a Mistake’
‘The Notorious Masanjia’: One Woman’s Story of Torture and Sexual Violence in a Chinese Gulag
, Epoch Times