Off The Beaten Track: Articles, Programs, Blogs, Travel Resources
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May 24, 2011
In the most remote region of Mongolia, semi-nomadic herdsmen train golden eagles to help them hunt. Filmmaker Tony Girardin travels 1600 kilometres over the desert to meet one.
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Tibetans fear that their culture will get derailed as the new train from China begins service to their region.
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Marc-André Roy explores the value of voodoo in Benin.
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Volunteer teacher Cheryl Dunkerton finds that Mongolian students juggle more than just exams in order to make it through school.
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Photographer Kees Sprengers captures a moment in time for North West Lao cultures in transition.
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A gap year gig turns into a quest to show travellers a hidden side of urban India.
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A chance meeting with an Indonesian farmer teaches Shane Barter that everyone has a story.
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Colin Wiseman goes to Ecuador looking for political enlightenment—but finds that teaching kids to paint may be as much as he can handle in one trip.
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Toilet rolls, poisoned darts and Dead Sea muck: Humanitarian NGO volunteer, Verge correspondent and veteran traveller Mike Fuchigami on his version of international trade.
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