While Western governments are still haggling with Damascus over access rights and protocols for humanitarian aid, ‘We Are One’ has been working in the disaster zone since Day 1
To help the hard-hit musicians of the devastated Middle-Eastern city, famous French-American conductor Jean-Pierre Schmitt organizes a local charity concert. An interview with the maestro.
A French woman and a Syrian man prove daily that even humble private citizens can have a huge impact on children and families in war zones.
The capital of the French Riviera joins a roster of cities around the world bearing the prestigious label, receiving the distinction notably for its contribution to winter tourism.
The "Timeless Immortal Art" project gives Merì a definite place in the history book, and enduring fame to 60 artists from all over the world. But beyond that, it is also a beautiful tale of synchronicity and kindness
A fireside chat with prominent journalist Stanislas Berteloot to hear his answer to his own signature question: “What does America mean to you?”
Beirut is unique in every way. Two Lebanese natives, one living there, the other one in Canada, tell us what it means to them.
Jules Verne’s “20,000 Leagues under the Sea” has become a reality. A British marine archaeologist and historian has helped make it happen. And now you can be part of the adventure, too.
Lauren Graham, the youngest Canadian painter to date to exhibit in France, has written a literature award quality poem honouring veterans
The Penticton Art Gallery in British Columbia, Canada, is the inaugural venue of a traveling exhibition which shows that “You Are Not Alone”, not even in the midst of a pandemic
Amazing things can happen if you fortuitously run into Robert Calcagno, director of Monaco’s Musée Océanographique, in the middle of the Arctic
The American photographer who immortalized the young Afghan girl with the mesmerizing green eyes has reached the Olymp of his profession
French Buddhist monk Matthieu Ricard’s new photobook pays homage to the beauty of our planet, from the Himalayas to Iceland