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Riddle: What’s Called a Travel Guide But Isn’t One?

Baechtold’s Best: Afghanistan visually explores a stunning variety of Afghan experiences.  Each 2-page spread in this short book is dedicated to a simple theme like...

World's Most Visionary Cities

To see the future, visit these forward-thinking metropolises.

Six Great New Books on China

The capital city’s traditional—and quickly vanishing—hutong neighborhoods come to life in Michael Meyer’s memoir The Last Days of Old Beijing (Walker & Company, $25.99). In...

World's Strangest Statues

Pink ducks and giant babies: Here are some of the strangest statues on the planet.

Innovative Developments in China

Xie Fangwei, editor of our China edition, shares the country’s top developments.

Beijing’s Ullens Center for Contemporary Art

A munitions factory turned museum ushers in China’s latest cultural revolution.

Another Cultural Revolution in China?

Repressed Muslim minority or part of the 'bin Laden clique'?More than a thousand miles from Beijing, China's Uighurs struggle to maintain their identity

A-List 2010: World's Top Travel Agents

T+L evaluated thousands of travel agents to create this highly selective list just for you.

Top Art Exhibits Around the World

Paris With close to 200 works, including figures and still lifes, “Claude Monet (1840–1926),” at the Galeries Nationales du Grand Palais (Sept. 22–Jan. 24; monet2010.com),...

China to Debut Bus That "Eats" Cars

One of China’s latest innovations—something being called the “straddling bus” (or as my friend says, "the bus that eats cars")—will help alleviate the heavy traffic...
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