It's no secret, Tokyo is one of Anthony Bourdain's favorite cities. "I'm endlessly fascinated," he says. "I've been many times and it's still thrilling." And this year, it's one of MONEY's favorites as
Any way you measure them, Japan's population figures are dire. The country is expected to lose more than one-third of its population by 2060, thanks largely to low birth rates and an aging populace. In
A portrait of a nation that has a population of 300+ million people—and a circulation of 300+ million guns. Photographs by Zed Nelson A portrait of a nation and its love affair with guns. A nation composed
While cities may look different from each other at ground level, they're way different once you get underground. It's mind-boggling to imagine your commute on one of the world's major subway systems, it's
January is bleak. Cold. Dark. Depressing. Gone are the merry, or mandatory, festivities around fireplaces; the warm glow of either love or alcohol has crystallized into the hard-eyed stare of a sober year.
These new photos of Ethan Hawke, Jason Segel, and other notable attendees at Sundance Film Festival capture what they might have looked like in the 19th century. These new photos of Ethan Hawke, Jason
Whether or not music stirs inside, each of us bears a living metronome at our core. It may tick at 40 or 100 beats per minute, in three-quarter time or in six-eight, erratically or like a Swiss clock.
Photographer Marko Korosec captured the breathtaking results of what happens to a place when it's subjected to a long period of snow, wind, and ice. For 10 days, extreme weather pummeled the area of Mount
New York-based, French photographer Franck Bohbot documents the breathtaking beauty of libraries in his ongoing series House of Books. Traveling to cities like Paris, Rome, and Boston, the photographer
Deep in the Siberian tundra, the village of Oymyakon is widely considered to be the coldest inhabited place on Earth with an average winter temperature of -50 C (-58 F). New Zealand-based photographer
After Russian photographer Elena Shumilova's adorable photos of her two sons and their farm animals went viral, she was approached by Petcurean, a premium pet food company, to create a full series of that
The country with the most influence on the modern custom scene is Japan. The machines we loosely call ‘café racers’ actually have more in common with the Japanese style of bike building than the British
Six-point-eight trillion dollars. That's according to a report from China's National Development and Reform Commission and the Academy of Macroeconomic Research, written up here in the Financial Times.
For decades, state and local governments have dangled tax breaks and other incentives before foreign companies in the hope of luring them to the U.S. to create jobs. A study out today concludes that strategy