12.How People Take Their Tea Around the World
13.The Royal Palace of Gödöllő Is Hungary’s Answer to Versailles
14.Mongolia’s Sumo Queen Is Proving the Sport Is for Women, Too
15.Spouts of Fury: When Tea and Kung Fu Collide
16.Before Alarm Clocks, There Were ‘Knocker-Uppers’
17.Meet England’s 88-Year-Old Tea Boy
18.Searching for Sacred Fruit in Italy
19.A Brotherhood in Portugal United by a Love of Tripes
20.Who Put the Hole in the Donut?
21.Five Generations of Making Soy Sauce the Traditional Way
22.Ascending South Korea’s Most Respected Mountain
23.Decked Out in Wedding Silver
24.The Last of the French Cowboys
25.The Unlikely Origins of the Rearview Mirror
26.Taiwan’s Age-Old Tradition of Massaging With Knives
27.Crossing the Atlantic by Kayak
28.With $100K in Student Debt, He’s Helping Others Avoid It
29.A Decade In Music: From the Theremin to the Typewriter
30.A Cultural Tour of Ghana
31.How the Blind Woodsman Crafts Wooden Works of Art
32.High-Stakes Dining: Dare to Taste the Poison Puffer Fish?
33.Rezball: The Hottest Sport in Nebraska’s Cold Winter
34.The Hidden History of Korea's Printing Innovation
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Kyra Poh wanted to become an astronaut so she could fly. Then she discovered indoor skydiving (made possible with vertical wind tunnels). Today, she is one of the sport’s top competitors—flipping, spinning and performing stunts with grace and strength. The 17-year-old from Singapore has won more than 30 medals at indoor skydiving competitions all over the world and holds three Guinness World Records, including one for the most backwards somersaults performed in a wind tunnel in one minute—68! Poh shows us why more girls, including her 9-year-old sister, are discovering the extreme sport.
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