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Chineasy Does It

08 Mar, 2018

With her newest title in the 'Chineasy' series, YouTube sensation Shaolan introduces a pocket-sized guide to characters, words, phrases, culture and traditions for travellers of all types.

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What does it take to snap skateboarders in motion? We asked a photographer who knows all the moves.

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The V&A's exhibition 'Ocean Liners: Speed and Style' took us back to an era of giant, floating works of art.

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Decoding the Pyramids

14 Nov, 2017

What can Giza’s treasures tell us about Ancient Egyptian civilization?

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Science into Art

02 Nov, 2017

The history of 'Joseph Banks’ Florilegium' encompasses Captain Cook’s 'first voyage', and the revelatory scientific discoveries that came out of it.

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The Time of the Androgyne

12 Oct, 2017

Fashion and pop culture are rife with androgynous imagery but, look carefully, and it was there all along…

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Stalls and carts - whether the vendors lining the ancient Silk Road trading route, the oyster stalls of Roman London, or the Aztec food markets encountered by the Spanish conquistadores - selling indigenous, ready-to-eat snacks have been a feature of city life for millennia. What’s changed is the seriousness with which street cuisine is made, and served.

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Masters of the Siberian Steppe

26 Sep, 2017

The world of nomadic warriors, the Scythians, revealed in all its diversity.

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May Morris: A remarkable woman

21 Sep, 2017

Born in 1862, May Morris became an accomplished artist, but her life and work have been obscured: only recently has her talent been fully understood. We celebrate her contribution to art and activism.

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Drawing from Life

19 Sep, 2017

Edgar Degas’s interest in the day-to-day activities of ordinary people changed painting forever, while his commitment to drawing was no less radical.

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