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The younger generation is not that keen in joining a profession that requires years of apprenticeship, is physically and mentally draining, and has an uncertain future.
Few places have experienced quite as profound a demographic change as Taiwan. In 1951, the average Taiwanese woman gave birth to seven children. Now it is less than one.
While digitilisation provides some respite for Malaysia's coronavirus-battered handicraft sector, it takes love and awareness from the public to sustain our local craft makers.
Certain factors such as race, religion, language, looks, age, gender and personality, may play a role in deciding which specialist we choose to see.
Many of the planet's most cherished creatures, like the snow leopard, will wind up on a path to extinction unless humanity stops loading the atmosphere with CO2 and methane.
The value of jadeite has seen a sharp increase in the past 20 years, and is fast becoming a popular choice among jewellery experts.
The sleepy town of Teluk Intan has many interesting places to check out.
It's a tradition for monasteries and churches in Germany to offer refuge to migrants, but priests and churches are increasingly being sued for aiding and abetting illegal stay.
Mobaderoon is one of the organisations seeking to preserve ancient sites in Gaza City.