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Would You Guess America’s Largest Asteroid Crater is (Sort of) in Iowa?

Originally said to have been the asteroid impact that killed off the dinosaurs, this crater near Manson was created by a meteorite impact close to 74 million years ago. If you're a history buff, you know that the actual mass extinction of dinosaurs took place roughly 65 million years ago, so the Manson meteor is out of the question. That's not to say this asteroid impact didn't have a significant affect on Iowa and the surrounding Midwest.
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Everest's 100 years of destiny and death on the roof the world

(CNN) — It's a fact every school child knows: Mount Everest is the tallest mountain in the world. It's a truth that feels ancient and inevitable, an unassailable certainty that draws hundreds of climbers to attempt the summit each year -- because, in the words of George Mallory, one of the first mountaineers to conquer it, "it's there."
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5 epic train journeys to take in China

A nation of vast distances and ever-changing landscapes, China is a destination that’s simply made for train travel. While you’ll encounter the classic imagery of the country’s mist-shrouded jagged peaks and pine-clad temples, you may be surprised by what else is on offer. From the snow-capped Himalayas and Silk Road...
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Junya Watanabe Spring 2022 Ready To Wear Collection

He called it “Eastern Reminiscence,” his term for his reminiscences of pre-pandemic travel. Looking through a collection of photojournalism that Jamie Hawkesworth, the British photographer captured in 2019 in Bhutan, India, and Kashmir, Watanabe “became nostalgic for Asia” and “the pure heart of people” he saw there. One of the...
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China does not have the right to choose the next Dalai Lama: head of Tawang monastery

TAWANG (ARUNACHAL PRADESH) : China has no authority to get involved in the choice of the next Dalai Lama because it does not believe in religion and the succession plan is entirely a spiritual matter and not a political one for the Tibetan people, the head of the monastery of Tawang in Arunachal Pradesh said.
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DZI Playing Cards Designed by Tuyệt Duyệt

Tibet, the remote and mainly-Buddhist territory known as the “roof of the world” with a unique culture, religion and language for centuries.​​​​​​​ Today, this culture is under threat from mass Chinese immigration and the strict control of all expressions of Tibetan culture and national identity. Along with other countries around the world, Tibet has changed greatly over the past 70 years. However, Tibetans continue to work to preserve their culture and resist oppressive policies on a daily basis.
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