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Q & A With Artist and Book Designer Ahlawat Gunjan

Meet Ahlawat Gunjan:  Book designer and visual artist, Ahlawat Gunjan is graphic design graduate of the National Institute of Design, Ahmedabad with a Masters in design from The Glasgow School of Art, UK and Purdue University, USA. Professionally trained in book design at Lars Mullers, Switzerland and Faber & Faber, London. Currently, he is managing ...

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Top Belgian Chef Laurent Gerbaud’s Chocolate Secrets

HE SELLS SWEETNESS IN BRUSSELS Excerpts from our exclusive interview with top Belgian chocolatier Laurent Gerbaud: What makes Belgium the world chocolate capital? We have a very long history in processing chocolate since the beginning of the century, from small manufactures to big European players. Thanks to a very high quality industrial chocolate couverture, the general ...

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Interview with Blogger Kirstie Jeffries

Meet Kirstie Jeffries – teacher, travel blogger, and digital marketer. Originally from Pasadena, California, she is currently living the expat life in Sydney, Australia.  Prior to this she taught English as an auxiliar de conversación through the Spanish Ministry of Education‘s North American Language and Culture Assistants Program. She caught ...

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Travel Secret #1056: A Persian Art Form Preserved in Bhuj, Gujarat

The Khatri family of Kutch, Gujarat is on a noble mission – to preserve the dying art of Rogan paintings. Seven generations into the business, Abdul Gafoor’s family continues the tradition of passing the art technique from one generation to the other. Image Source Rogan painting is a 300 year ...

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Travel Secret #1055: The Only Danish Settlement in India

“Tranquebar is a wonderful cultural concoction that has been brewing over hundreds of years – a beautiful mix of languages, cultures, races and religions. Two centuries of Danish heritage can be seen in colonial houses, churches, cemeteries, and most particularly, the Dansborg military fort. In 1620 the Danish East India Company arrived, and announced their supremacy with the construction of the Dansborg Fort. Entry to this ...

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