Madagaskar ist ein Land mit vielen Ebenen: von Tieren, die in keine Kategorie passen, amtlichen Bezeichnungen, die keiner benutzt, und Regeln für den Alltag, die von den Ahnen bestimmt werden erschienen in der Frankfurter Allgemeinen Sonntagszeitung.
Bustling streets and vast, empty landscapes: On a train ride from Shiraz to Istanbul, through Iran and Turkey, one meets two faces of the Orient. Find the story and wonderful photos here originally published in German in the Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung
My 12-year-old son is a gamer – you name it, Minecraft, Fifa, Wizard, board or PC, he plays it. Las Vegas is his dream destination. Mom finally agrees to take him. But is a trip to the capital of crazy such a great idea? published in Lufthansa Magazine.
Nowhere in Europe roam as many bears, wolves and lynxes as in romania. Though illegal hunting and logging is destroying their numbers and habitats. Christoph Promberger wants to protect them through a national park supported not by government but by a private foundation. published in Lufthansa Magazine
Until recently Ras Al Khaimah – the northernmost of the Seven Arab Emirates – had neither street names nor zip codes. Heiko Schmid and his team from Geography Department at the University of Heidelberg changed that. The story was published in AIR.
Did you know that the average sex worker comes from a comfortable family background and had a normal job before entering the sex industry? Today is International Whores Day and sex workers are campaigning against the clichés and to get some acknowledgement of the issues they face working in “the oldest profession in the world”. […]
For years economists have been predicting that the Australian real estate market will collapse. Only last year economist Steven Keen from the university of Western Sydney made a bet with Macquarie’s interest rate strategist Rory Robertson about the burst of the real estate bubble – and lost! Now the latest statistics show that the housing […]