ASIAN Geographic Magazine - AG 162
ASIAN Geographic Magazine - AG 162
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In this issue
In this special Green Edition of ASIAN Geographic, we continue our series of “colour editions” with a look at all things green in Asia.
These different shades of green matter a great deal to our region, and I hope this edition helps you to “think green” a little more – whether it’s using less water, considering your Muslim neighbours, or making your next vacation an ecotourism adventure.
The Karakoram Anomaly Decoded
For decades, scientists have believed that glaciers in the Karakoram Range are defying the trend of those across the globe-resisting glacial melt due to human-induced global warming. But as we trek up the Karakoram's second-longest glacier in July, as the United Nations announces the world's hottest ever month on record, does the melting ice beneath our feet suggest the so-called Karakoram Anomaly is slowing? Or is there a ray of hope it will continue to delay the inevitable?
Green Water Revolution
Southeast Asia's Quest to Sustainable Wastewater Management in an Era of Climate Sensitivity
The Philippine Archipelago may be synonymous with perfect beach holidays, but the Southeast Asian nation is also a great choice for your next ecotourism adventure
Life on the Edge
In the Chukotka Autonomous Okrug, in the remote northern Russian Far East, indigenous ethnic groups like the Chukchi and the Yupik live in the most extreme conditions, hunting seals in their traditional kayaks as they have for millennia
Why so Green?
From the Green Dome of the Prophet's Mosque in Medina to the fluorescent greens of flags and political campaigns, Islam has established itself as the world's \"green\" religion
With its tea plantations and rice paddies, dense jungles and expansive forests, the region is well known as a green paradise. But many of the most impressive Asian landscapes have names you may never have heard of. Journey with us as we reveal just some of the incredible locations that make the rest of the world green with envy!
Pilgrimage To Japan
The Land of the Rising Sun is as eclectic as it is fascinating, an exotic blend of ancient and modern. But two destinations in particular offer visitors an authentic taste of this unique nation: Wakayama, its spiritual centre, and Kyoto, its cultural heartland.
The Silk Road Through Uzbekistan
High-speed trains may ply some of this route today, but the historical, religious and cultural significance of the great cities of Samarkand, Bukhara and Khiva remains intact
10 Awe-Inspiring Reasons To Visit Sri Lanka
From eye-popping temples and tea estates to jaw-dropping national parks and natural wonders, the "teardrop island" has it all
Nepal: In The Shadow Of Giants
Sandwiched between China to the north and India to the south, Nepal receives influences from Asia's two major powers, but this unique land bordered by the greatest mountain range on Earth promises experiences offered nowhere else
DAWA YANGZUM SHERPA: A TRAILBLAZING NEPALI MOUNTAINEER TEACHING WOMEN TO CLIMB
The Rolex Perpetual Planet Initiative is supporting Sherpa guide Dawa Yangzum in her quest to train young local women to become skilled mountaineers
People Power in Pink
In 1986, the Yellow Revolution ended the 20-year dictatorship of Ferdinand Marcos, but more than three decades later, the Pink Revolution could not prevent the return of the Marcos dynasty
The cherry blossom may be the national flower of Japan, but the Land of the Rising Sun is by no means the only place in Asia that you'll find these iconic pink flowers
Barbie's Asian Rivals
With the runaway success of Barbie, which has raked in well over a billion US dollars at the global box office, pink posters and merchandise are everywhere. But in Asia, America's famous doll never quite caught on.
Jaipur: India's Pink City
Where Pink Paints a Thousand Stories
Pink Himalayan Salt
It's probably no better for you than regular salt, and it doesn't actually come from the Himalayas, but pink salt has some history behind it - and it's here to stay
Pink Power Female Icons, Trailblazers and Deities
From rulers to warriors, scientists to activists, actresses to adventurers, Asian heroines have defied societal norms, challenged stereotypes, and paved the way for future generations of women
The Biggest Pink Diamond In The World
Tracing the journey of the "Sea of Light" and the "Light of the Eye" diamonds from a mine in south-central India to a cavernous vault in the capital of Iran
CELEBRATING THE 70TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE FIRST STEPS ON EVEREST'S PEAK
Tenzing Norgay and Sir Edmund Hillary made history with their daring climb to the summit of the world's highest mountain. Today, Rolex is supporting their legacies in the Himalaya through its Perpetual Planet Initiative. The Himalayan Trust and Tenzing Norgay Sherpa Foundation, now run by the climbers' children, are protecting the region's environment and empowering its local communities
Philippines in Pink
From its psychedelic jeepneys to its kaleidoscopic festivals, the Philippines is never short on colour, but if it's a rose-tinted adventure you seek, look no further than these three coral-coloured experiences
The Pink Orchid Mantis
With a pink and white body and large lobes on its feet resembling flower petals, Hymenopus coronatus is a beauty, but the life of this \"flower mantis\" is not all roses.
Conserving The Last Frontier
Myanmar's once-paradisiacal Mergui Archipelago, the sprawling home to the country's Moken "sea gypsies", has become Southeast Asia's epicentre for unsustainable and illegal fishing
The Shark Conservationist Who Helped Capture Jaws
After participating in the shoot that led to Hollywood's most famous shark scene, Valerie Taylor became a tireless defender of sharks and the marine environment. For ADEX Pixel Expo's "Generational Exchange", actress and ADEX Ambassador for Marine Conservation Hidy Yu talks to the Australian legend
A Drop In The Ocean
With the establishment of locally managed marine areas around just a few of the Mergui Archipelago's 800 islands, the race to safeguard this jewel of the Andaman Sea faces a long uphill battle
Saving Species On The Brink
There are two primary reasons underlying threats to wildlife in Southeast Asia: illegal wildlife trade resulting in population declines and rapid deforestation leading to large-scale loss of habitat.
Finding Harmony Between Humans And Elephants
How one non-profit organisation is encouraging alternative crops to reduce human-elephant conflict in Thailand
Understanding The Ocean's Biggest Fish
How one research team is using ultrasound and blood sampling techniques pioneered in Japan to study whale sharks in the wild off the Galápagos
Cleaning Up The Great Pacific Garbage Patch
New technologies are being deployed to remove plastic trash from our oceans and rivers
Koh Tao: Little Changes, Big Impacts
How two small businesses are putting sustainability first in their efforts to improve lives and preserve the environment
Protecting The World's Biggest Eagle
The national bird of the Philippines is under threat of extinction from deforestation and human persecution
ASIAN Geographic Magazine Description:
Publisher: Asian Geographic Magazines Pte Ltd
Asian Geographic Magazine is a bimonthly magazine that covers the culture, nature, and people of Asia. The magazine is known for its stunning photography and informative articles on a wide range of topics, including:
* Culture: Asian Geographic Magazine covers the diverse cultures of Asia, from traditional arts and crafts to modern festivals and events. The magazine also features profiles of influential Asian figures and thought leaders.
* Nature: Asian Geographic Magazine covers the natural wonders of Asia, from its lush rainforests to its towering mountains to its crystal-clear beaches. The magazine also features articles on the region's wildlife and environmental challenges.
* People: Asian Geographic Magazine covers the people of Asia, from their daily lives to their unique traditions and customs. The magazine also features profiles of ordinary people who are doing extraordinary things.
Asian Geographic Magazine is a must-read for anyone who wants to learn more about Asia. The magazine provides readers with a unique perspective on the region's culture, nature, and people, as well as insights from leading experts and academics.
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