Beyond the Guidebook

Intrigued by the smoking tin cans peddled on the streets of Kabul, Brent Lewin decides to get to the bottom of it.
Canadian adventurer Graydon Hazenberg follows the trail of China's most revered traveller along the Silk Road.
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.
Tibetans fear that their culture will get derailed as the new train from China begins service to their region.
Nestled in the Himalayan Region of Pacific-Asia, the Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR) is governed as a territory of China.  
Marc-André Roy explores the value of voodoo in Benin.
Volunteer teacher Cheryl Dunkerton finds that Mongolian students juggle more than just exams in order to make it through school.
Here's how your visit to Laos can have a positive impact.
For centuries, Laos and its neighbours were swept over by shifting dynasties, from Mon and Khmer Kingdoms to the Angkor and Siamese Empires.
Photographer Kees Sprengers captures a moment in time for North West Lao cultures in transition.
A gap year gig turns into a quest to show travellers a hidden side of urban India.
A chance meeting with an Indonesian farmer teaches Shane Barter that everyone has a story.
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