The Fellas of Shanghai’s Oldest Jazz Band

The Fellas of Shanghai’s Oldest Jazz Band

Meet one of the oldest jazz bands in the world, an octogenarian entourage that plays at the Shanghai Peace Hotel five days a week. The band’s average age is 82, and some have been playing music for decades. They perform a range of classics, as well as jazz adaptations of famous Chinese folk songs. Jazz […]

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Meet Brooklyn’s Voodou Queen: Edeline St. Armand

Meet Brooklyn’s Voodou Queen: Edeline St. Armand

[Music] the Antichrist is coming hi it’s Thomas we’re in East New York outside a basement voodoo temple run by a priestess named mama Adaline tonight she’s gonna be summoning the same fiery spirits that helped the patient’s slaves overthrow their French masters in the early 1800s maybe this will kick off something fiery for […]

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Foodie culture is now part of foreign policy — It’s Gastrodiplomacy

Foodie culture is now part of foreign policy — It’s Gastrodiplomacy

– Within a half mile radius from where I’m standing, there are more than 15 Thai restaurants. In the last 20 years, Thai restaurants have taken off in America, Europe, and Africa. But that success is actually a little out of whack with the number of Thai immigrants around the world. In the US, there’s […]

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How an American can live in Spain legally= Cultural Ambassador

So you are an American who wants to live and work in Spain Legally. Well I have some good news for you. You can totally do that. But there’s a catch, you have to teach English to children. I have done this program two years and I lucked out. The schools that I worked at, […]

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Funko Pop HQ: Purveyors of Pop Culture

Funko Pop HQ: Purveyors of Pop Culture

welcome fellow travelers today on Exit Thru the Gift Shop we are at the world headquarters of Funko the purveyors of pop culture All along the front of the store there are these giant Funko pop figures including spider-man on a bridge keeping a watchful eye over the city just inside the front entrance we […]

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Culture Shock: Germany vs US

Culture Shock: Germany vs US

[Music] hey guys so today I’m going to talk about culture shock and some of the things that I’ve experienced since moving here I’ve officially been in Germany for six weeks I mean 206 I was in Croatia and Slovenia so like um one month let’s just say one month first of all coming back […]

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Visit Russia – The DON’Ts of Visiting Russia

Visit Russia – The DON’Ts of Visiting Russia

Hey there fellow travelers, Mark here with Wolters World and today we’re at the Hermitage in Saint Petersburg, Russia, and today what we have for you are some of the “don’ts” about visiting Russia and before I get in my list of the “don’ts” one thing you really have to say is don’t prejudge Russia. […]

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What are the universal human rights? – Benedetta Berti

What are the universal human rights? – Benedetta Berti

The idea of human rights is that each one of us, no matter who we are or where we are born, is entitled to the same basic rights and freedoms. Human rights are not privileges, and they cannot be granted or revoked. They are inalienable and universal. That may sound straighforward enough, but it gets […]

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SCAMMERS are Everywhere in CHINA!

SCAMMERS are Everywhere in CHINA!

Winston: Now this is a video about Scams in China but it’s not Just a video about Scams. You can think of It As a W: Survival Guide Because I’m going to be going through all of These Scams That you would most Probably encounter from the moment you step off the plane landing in […]

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What Do Europeans Really Think About Americans?

What Do Europeans Really Think About Americans?

– Anyone wanna try out an American accent for me? – Yeehaw! So, howdy partner. We goin’ down go do some shootin’. (playful music) – Hi, I’m Ben and right now I’m traveling through Europe and I figured I would ask Europeans along the way what do they think of Americans? Let’s go find out. […]

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