These Babies Were Buried Wearing Helmets Made of Human Heads. No One Knows Why
The infant skeletons date back 2,100 years and were wearing the skulls of children, which likely still had flesh on them at the time of burial.
Sweet-and-Sour Guinea Pig Is a Chinese Peruvian Revelation
You’ve probably heard of nikkei—the fusion that marries Peruvian and Japanese ingredients—but the mash-up of Peruvian and Chinese cuisine results in some even more interesting dishes.
How Buenos Aires Grew a Chinatown from a Shed
Migration from China and Taiwan to the Argentine capital began in the 1980s. Since then, the city’s barrio chino has evolved from a tiny indoor market to a bustling neighbourhood of Chinese, Taiwanese, Japanese, and Korean restaurants and shops.