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North Korean leg of ‘longest train journey’ offers unscripted glimpse into the hermit kingdom

The 800km of railway from Pyongyang to Tumangang, near the point at which North Korea, China and Russia converge, offers an unscripted glimpse into the hermit kingdom. Post Magazine boards the first train making the journey

The 800km of railway from Pyongyang to Tumangang, near the point at which North Korea, China and Russia converge, offers an unscripted glimpse into the hermit kingdom. Post Magazine boards the first train making the journey

31 May 2018 - 9:54AM
North Korea exposed: images of everyday life in the world’s most reclusive nation

Shunning propaganda and the threat of war, a photographer provides a rare snapshot of day-to-day life in the pariah state

Shunning propaganda and the threat of war, a photographer provides a rare snapshot of day-to-day life in the pariah state

6 Jan 2018 - 9:45AM
Ashgabat: the weird, wonderful and eerily empty capital of Turkmenistan

Scratch the ornate, gold-plated, ostentatious surface of the city and you’ll (eventually) find a warm, hospitable welcome

Scratch the ornate, gold-plated, ostentatious surface of the city and you’ll (eventually) find a warm, hospitable welcome

11 Nov 2016 - 7:02PM
London's diverse food-truck scene a lesson to Hong Kong

With no limit set on their number, regulations few and registration easy, food trucks have multiplied in the British capital, serving a variety of fare at markets and in office districts, writes Ayesha Sitara.

With no limit set on their number, regulations few and registration easy, food trucks have multiplied in the British capital, serving a variety of fare at markets and in office districts, writes Ayesha Sitara.

18 Oct 2017 - 1:13PM
25 Jan 2016 - 10:17AM
A Pyongyang hotel staff sports day: fun and games, North Korea style

A staff sports day at a Pyongyang hotel gives Ayesha Sitara a taste of what North Koreans get up to in their downtime.

A staff sports day at a Pyongyang hotel gives Ayesha Sitara a taste of what North Koreans get up to in their downtime.

30 May 2015 - 10:39PM