2.Bali’s Temple in the Sea
3.A Healing Castle of Fluffy Cotton ... Or Is It?
4.Bukchon Hanok Village: Seoul’s Aristocratic Neighborhood
5.The Art of Becoming a Tightrope Clown
6.A Family of Marionette Makers
7.Roaring With the Lion Dancers of New York’s Chinatown
8.Sunday Best: The Tradition of the Church Hat
9.This Thanksgiving, Pass the Tofurky!
10.Inside Japan’s Only All-Female Sushi House
11.Coffee in Ethiopia
12.Coffee in Mexico
13.A Brotherhood in Portugal United by a Love of Tripes
14.Coffee in Sweden
15.Coffee in Vietnam
16.Making Nepal’s Chhurpi, the Hardest Cheese in the World
17.Japan’s Yamabushi Monks Endure Tough Training in the Mountains
18.The Qing Miao People of China Stay Connected to Their Ancestors Through Hair
19.The Family Making Gruyère in the Swiss Alps for Centuries
20.The Japanese Technique for Harvesting Sea Salt by Hand
21.Burning Paper Food and Clothes for the Afterlife
22.Explore Turkey’s Hidden Underground City
23.This Is the World’s Most Iconic Coffee Cup
24.Meet the Coffee Virtuoso of Jeju Island
25.Unearthing the Mysteries of Nemrut Dağ, Turkey's Easter Island
Cihan Zekioğlu brews his coffee in a pan of hot sand on his cart in Istanbul, Turkey, using a technique that dates back to the Ottoman Empire. Mixing water with finely ground coffee in a small metal pot, Zekioğlu places it in the sand, which sits atop an open flame. He expertly shifts the sand around the pot to control the boil. In about 90 seconds, the espresso-like coffee is ready to be served.
If there is one thing people everywhere love, it’s coffee. In this installment of Around the World, we’re getting our caffeine fix from Vietnam to Ethiopia.
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