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Malaysia
Befitting a rainforest enviornment, the sights and smells of Langkwai, Sbah and Borneo linger in the mind's eye. Bruce Sach explores Malaysia, but also makes an important stop to attend Sarawak Rainforest World Music Festival, whose goal is to preserve and encourage native music from around the globe.
By Bruce Sach

Peru
Exploring towns of former slaves in southern Peru, Carol Amoruso visits and talks with experts and the people she meets in the street about this country's unusual history. She also tours the enchanted but notorious Hacienda San Jose—a former sugar plantation and Jesuit stronghold where 1,000 slaves were kept.
By Carol Amoruso

Clarksdale: A Living Blues Heritage Museum
Some may remember writer and photographer Jason Gardener's trip up the Amazon in our July issue, this time her explores Clarksdale, Mississippi, which is generally regarded as the birthplace of blues music.
By Jason Gardener

Living On Shala Time: Studying Yoga In Mysore, India
For many, the pilgrimage to Mysore begins with a tossed-off “Yeah, maybe one day,” during some morning post-practice chit-chat. But there has always been a buzz among Asthangis about this voyage.
By Youngblood Roche

Coming Together In Santo Domingo: The First Annual African Caribbean Pacific Festival
Crowds filled the Plaza España in front of the historic Alcázar de Colón, the colonial palace where Christopher Columbus’ son lived in the 16th century, to see world music and dance.
By Jason Gardner

Tribal Stomp: Visiting The 2006 Native Peoples’ Celebration
Passing through the gate of the festival grounds a towering pole loomed in front of us. After checking the program we realized we were going to have a rare treat: “Aztec” pole flyers were on the schedule.
By Randall J + Miho

La Paz
Describing La Paz as a market town would not do it justice. For a start, it’s not a town, but a city or rather a citadel, naturally fortified by a range of mountains, being on the Andean Altiplano.
By Dan Moore

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