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Kyoto Journal Issue 96
Kyoto Journal Issue 96 (Our Neighbor, Formosa) is heading to Taiwan. Taiwan’s success story as a young democracy and economic power in spite of its tumultuous modern history; its cultural richness and extraordinary natural beauty, all go largely unnoticed in the Western world. This is Kyoto Journal’s case for Taiwan, the Beautiful Island—for its greater inclusion on the global stage as a place to follow, visit, invest in, and, perhaps above all, to be moved and inspired by. Complete with stunning photography and illustration.
Lodestars Anthology Issue 7 (Japan Revisited)
Lodestars Anthology Issue 7 (Japan Revisited) is here. Journey to Japan and discover a land of tea and tropics, wabi-sabi and wonder. A place where symbolism abounds and nothing is without purpose. For here you’ll find an ancient and powerful landscape that has shaped history yet still dictates the rhythms of modern life. There are illuminated capitals and pockets of untouched wilderness, both marked by a deep sense of spirituality. Art flourishes, design inspires and others come first. May the light never dim on the Land of the Rising Sun. Made up of a collection of guides, interviews, essays, photographs and illustrations, the focus is on capturing colour and verve. By looking at a destination’s history, charm, quirks, secret corners and fascinating residents, Lodestars Anthology aims to encapsulate the essence of a country in a very fresh way.
Lindsay Magazine No. 2
In Lindsay magazine Issue No. 2 we meet New York-based Japanese composer Ryuichi Sakamoto, NASA astronaut Stephanie Wilson, and Croatian painter Stipe Nobilo. We discover how the French protect their language, why nostalgia blurs our memory, why Indo-Chinese cuisine is so elusive, and the way women—all around the world—have used textiles as their political voice. We learn about the 70s music movement lovers rock, how to play the African board game oware, and the steps to prepare a boisterous Korean barbecue. And we see what it’s like to go to Feria de Jerez, eat in Hong Kong, and have a home filled with Mexican plantlife.