2018 Primetime Emmy
& James Beard Award Winner
Dy Proeung built scale models of temples. When the Khmer Rouge took over, he had to hide his life’s work—and his identity.
How Mark Maryboy might have changed rural Utah—and America—forever.
For over 200 years, glassmaking has been central to the ancient Afghan city of Herat. But a dwindling market and the decline of foreign visitors means the craft might die with this father and son.
For this family in the remote mountain community of La Tarde on Costa Rica’s Osa Peninsula, life is intimately tied to the rainforest surrounding their home.
In 1980, a gay man hid two journals above a light fixture in a stifling apartment in Tokyo. Thirty years later, an American teenager discovered it.
As militant attacks get closer, the Malian town of Djenné defiantly continues its annual tradition of replastering its ancient mud mosque.
A small but growing community is stepping out of the shadows of Vietnam’s past into the twirling lights of a disco ball. Meet Skarlet Tran—their fearless leader.
Viet Ville used to be home to nearly 2,000 Vietnamese refugees who sought asylum in the Philippines. Today it’s a rare stop for tourists who come to see its decaying remains—and want to sample Vietnamese food at the village’s only restaurant.
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