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    On The Dragon’s Back

    Despite Guilin having its world renowned karst formation and spectacular scenes of the Li River, further away, a manmade marvel called the Longji terraces that has survived for thousands of years stand testament to man’s ingenuity in taming his environment.

    Words: R. Rajendra     Images:  Adam Lee &  Guilin Longji Tourism

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    Naughty / Nice

    Looking back over the years, the Travel 3Sixty° team divulges childhood secrets that once put them on Santa’s ‘Naughty’ list.

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    Rags To Riches

    A mission to improve the livelihoods of underprivileged Filipino artisans is transforming lives and turning scrap fabric into high-fashion, one bag at a time.

    Words: Chitra Santhinathan   Photography: Affendi Abd / Fbd

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    Fusion & Evolution

    The Singapore Heritage Cookbook series serves up tantalising whiffs of the island nation’s delicious and diverse cuisines, tracing the origins of specific dishes for a greater appreciation of cultural identity.

    Words: Leonard Jeyam       Images: Courtesy Of Marshall Cavendish

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    Lure of Mandalay

    The city of Mandalay – a byword for the allure of Asia, thanks to poet Rudyard Kipling – makes a great starting point to explore the highlights of Myanmar.

    Words & Photography: John Oates

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    Dawn of Durga

    As the plane touches down in Kolkata, I spy what appears to be row upon row of  lowing lights in the distance, setting the dusk sky ablaze with their luminescence. The lights, reminiscent of a magical fairyland, cast their spell on me. Breaking my reverie, the passenger beside me remarks that Durga Puja is in full swing on the streets of Kolkata, the glowing lights demarcating pandals (makeshift structures) set up to mark the festivities. 

    Words: Chitra S      Photography: Adam Lee

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    The Shao Must Go On

    Shaoxing Opera, also known as Shao Opera, from the northeastern Zhejiang province of China, is a lesser known form of Chinese opera that, despite the onslaught of modern forms of entertainment, continues to hold its own with the support of the working class who appreciate its robust and energetic style of presentation.

    Words & Photography: Wang Yuanchang

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