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With marijuana legalized for medical use in Thailand, Bangkok’s stoners are emerging from the underground.
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We attended the opening of Thailand's newest—and strangest—tourist attraction, with a group of ex-soldiers and cross-dressing dancers.
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A Chinese Dissident Artist Is Taking Aim at Google for Censored Search Engine
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A Guide to North Korean Food from a Man Who's Been Eating It for 14 Years
Having visited North Korea nearly 150 times, Simon Cockerell is well-versed in the cuisine of the hermit kingdom. His advice: try the sushi but avoid the clams cooked in gasoline.