Lost Silhouettes of the East
Outlandish rituals, intriguing superstitions, arduous nomads, unheard foods and unfamiliar ways of living of the Eastern peoples.
The Dukhans of Mongolia
A Turkic people settled in the northernmost region of Mongolia, the Dukhans, aka the Tsaatan, are indigenous semi-nomadic reindeer herders.
Training for Naadam
Training for one of the oldest festivals in Mongolia, Inner Mongolia and the Tuvan Republic starts with whispering to the right horse.
All or Nothing at Naadam
Mönkherdene and Bolderdene pace up their training as the Naadam, or the "games" festival that rewards the best in archery, Mongolian wrestling and horse racing, closes in.
Nicknamed as the Roof of the Earth, the Pamir Mountain Range is home to people with a unique set of surviving and trading skills.
Made of adobe, the Great Mosque of Djenné in Mali is the one of the best examples of Sudano-Sahelian architectural style.
Buzkashi of Central Asia
Dubbed as the prototype of polo, Buzkashi, aka Kökpar, is a popular extreme sports in Central Asia that tests men's stamina, balance and coordination.
Iran's Qanat System
Qanat is a water transferring system originated in ancient Iran to fight draught in a sustainable and secure way.
The Kyrgyz Nurse
This altruist and versatile nurse is the only medical help in this remote area of Kyrgyzstan that people can get.
A mysterious and small Turkic people in Iran, the Qashqai are one of the last nomadic peoples in Western Asia.
Isfahan: Half of the World
The third largest city of Iran, Isfahan is still the Iranian capital of artisanship and handicrafts with a UNESCO-listed square and a history dating back to the Paleolithic period.