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The construction of the Siam-Burma railway, aka the Death Railway, claimed tens of thousands of lives. Among them was a large group of Sikhs, whose role was little known.
Tokyo's Mori Art Museum presents blockbuster exhibition, featuring some of the biggest names in Japan's contemporary art scene.
The 64-year-old puts around 10 children as young as seven through their paces in her tatami-mat dojo in the small town of Toma, more than 900 km north of Tokyo on the island of Hokkaido.
Japan's women in judo are still grappling for equality, enduring discrimination and a headline-grabbing abuse scandal, while winning recognition with their brilliance on the mat,
Can Asterix conquer America? New translations for the French comic book series to roll out in the US
Malaysian design collective helms an indie project featuring ambient and environmental sounds.
To counter its elitist image, the Louvre museum in Paris maps out a 'cultural democratisation' plan.
A handful of geishas now offer their traditional arts in the most modern of formats – Zoom calls.
Perched over the gaping roof of Notre Dame, a crane stands idle above the silent Paris cathedral, where repair work has ground to a halt one year after the monstrous blaze that nearly destroyed one of the world's most revered monuments.
Fitness and sports go hand-in-hand to enable people with autism to keep fit and active.