Impressions filmed on the road from Berlin to Potsdam, just after the end of World War Two from Potsdam, close to Berlin (south-west). These images must have been shot in or after […]
A new David Hockney exhibition is opening at London’s Tate Modern this week (9 February – 27 May 2017). In 1980, Fran Morrison caught up with David Hockney for Newsnight to discuss […]
The 16-year-old Russian’s 150.10 points was the highest free skate score ever, beating the mark set by Kim Yuna at the 2010 Olympic Games by .04 points.
By Robert Reich We are entering a new era of “America First” belligerence toward other nations, be they allies or potential threats. For example: 1. We now learn that last weekend Trump […]
China’s first bicycle path in the air, 7.6 kilometers long, started a trial run Thursday in Xiamen, eastern China’s Fujian Province. According to Xiamen City Public Bicycle Management, the company that operates […]
Conservationists are attempting to reintroduce European bison to the Carpathian mountains. But herds of the mighty beasts have caused havoc in local villages. And weak animals are frequently set upon by wild […]
By Mark Zuckerberg on Facebook My great grandparents came from Germany, Austria and Poland. Priscilla’s parents were refugees from China and Vietnam. The United States is a nation of immigrants, and we […]
There’s a new kind of social media star in South Korea: North Korean defectors, whose videos get tens of millions of views. The South Korean capital city of Seoul lies only 30 […]
Lukasz Wójcik shows us his home town, from the market square to the Jewish district, Kazimierz, and he explains what locals mean when they recommend Adam as a meeting place.