Berlin’s Brandenburg airport was eerily empty on Wednesday, as every one of the nearly 300 flights scheduled that day were cancelled due to a strike. Most of the 35,000 affected passengers stayed away, but some […]
Thousands gathered in central Berlin, on Saturday, to protest against the agricultural industry and for more sustainable agriculture. As part of the protest, dozens of tractors paraded in front of the Brandenburg gate.
Hundreds gathered outside the German chancellery in Berlin, on Friday, as Western defense ministers failed to reach an agreement to send Western tanks to Ukraine. Protesters chanted ‘free the Leopard now’ and ‘Leopard tanks for […]
Dozens of protesters gathered outside Russisches Haus in Berlin, on Thursday, demanding the cultural center be shut down. “Russisches House is a home for the AfD, for the classic nexus we talk about, red-brown, Putin […]
Dozens of refugees from Ukraine were seen arriving at the asylum centre in Berlin’s Reinickendorf borough, on Sunday, as Russia’s offensive in Ukraine entered its fourth day. “I plan to come back to Lviv and […]
A look into Beijing’s tight-knit and diverse communities Part I: Ultras (above) Part II: Cosplayers Part III: Anti-imperialist dancing grannies Cover Story in That’s Beijing, September 2014 issue
You know something is up when – as a customer – you have to be smuggled in and out of a bar. The Drum and Bell bar in Gulou looks shut, the curtains are drawn […]