"I set out to write an honest profile of Shahid Kapoor, one of India’s biggest stars. His fans may never forgive me.”
The closed sidewalk at Tokyo’s US Embassy is a reminder that 9/11 lives on, everywhere. The furry little police mascot is a reminder that the Japanese are still addicted to cuteness, anywhere. #rkjapan
Photographer Nicholas Linn takes us around an ancient Tunisian village turned into a sprawling open-air graffiti exhibition.
In the U.S., “hibachi” has come to mean any kind of Japanese grill, but in Japan, grills come in many shades, from round clay shichirin to the more general konro cooking stove. They’re all best powered by hot-burning, crazy clean, very expensive oak binchōtan charcoal, but even the lower-end charcoal we used on for a cookout on the shores of Hokkaido’s Lake Onuma will do nicely. It still burns 3x hotter than U.S. charcoal, and gets out of the way of the flavor of the true stars here: blackening shishito, browning pork, purpling squid #rkjapan
A prominent cleric in Xinjiang, China is stabbed to death after morning prayers; why does his city not mourn him?
The immigrants of Prudentópolis are doing their part to keep the culture of (independent) Ukraine alive.
Final instalment of our #notburning man festival series: For one week a year, the hard-bitten Serbian town of Guca erupts with blaring trumpets, pig roasts, and a splash of nationalism.
Tommy Lee Jones, like a boss #rkjapan
Our #Notburningman festival series continues with Morocco’s Gnawa Music Festival - a melee of dreadlocks and drumbeats. Lots of hash and condoms, too.
It’s still summer in Tokyo. Proof: kakigori shaved ice, everywhere. #rkjapan