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    Finished With Fins

    Having evolved to perfection over millions of years, the shark is now on the brink of extinction no thanks to indiscriminate harvesting of its fins. Despite its terrifying reputation, this creature is under serious threat and may be totally wiped out if the citizens of Earth do not stand up and say that they are “FINished with Fins!” 

    Words: Shark Savers Malaysia 

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    Let It Snow

    Xiling Snow Mountain in China’s Sichuan Province enthrals with its snow-dusted slopes and panoramic vistas.

    Words: Chitra Santhinathan   Photography: Adam Lee

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    Sons Of The Buddha

    In Myanmar, young boys walk in the footsteps of the Buddha, learning humility and seeking enlightenment.

    Words: Gina Geurgis      Images: TheTPA.net

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    The Mystique Of Javanism

    Steeped in myths, legends, ancient traditions and mystical practices, Javanism is a fascinating study on centuries’ old rituals that continue to govern the lives of the people of Java. 

    Words: Travel 3Sixty° Editorial, Aditya Suryaputra & Gembong Nusantara             Photography: Gembong Nusantara

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    Mae Hong Son’s Big 6

    The diverse citizenry of Mae Hong Son, northwest Thailand, ensures tantalising experiences with exotic flavours and vibrant colours. Here are six attractions that offer an insight into the area’s social and cultural milieu. 

    Words & Photography: Ira De Reuver

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    Palawan: The Last Frontier

    Between Borneo and Manila, there is an archipelago with a biodiversity that is virtually unmatched, both underwater and above. Robinson Crusoe would feel right at home here on this final frontier called Palawan. With a kayak, snorkel and hiking shoes, I cross this boundary and enter paradise. 

    Words and Photography: Daan Vermeer

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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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