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Unbelievable Motorbike Stunts and the Freestyle Kings

“We like to live far from the edge, we don’t like to live a normal life.” – Josh Hanna, Freestyle Kings It might look effortless from the audience, but these motor biking maniacs defy the laws of gravity with their high performance, high octane and highflying stunts that will amaze and astound you. Go behind […]

Photojournalist Lives the Real Life of a Nightcrawler

You might remember the film Nightcrawler with Jake Gyllenhaal, about a psychopath who makes money on the tragedies of others by filming car crashes and murder scenes. You might think it’s just a Hollywood film, but real life nightcrawlers actually exist, like this photojournalist from Ontario. Subscribe to OhMore TV for a new video every […]

She has the Most Enviable Profession in the World – Global Traveler

Cai Yun – a professional traveler – has made expeditions from Africa to Mount Everest, from the desert onto the open ocean, into the sky and through the Middle East. Cai Yun estimates that she travels about four times each year and visits two to three countries each time. Listen as she shares her stories […]

Defy the Laws of Nature with Wingsuit Flying

Extreme sports keep getting more extreme. There used to be bungee jumping and skydiving, now there’s wingsuit flying. Chen Zhiqing is a dedicated wingsuit flyer who said the experience leaves him feeling as small as a grain of sand, and all his problems tiny and insignificant. Just like a flying squirrel using a membrane to […]

O5 Tea Bar Secrets: Travel 7,500 km for Exclusive Tea

Tea hunter and managing partner at O 5 Tea Bar, Pedro Villalon was dissatisfied with the tea programs in fancy restaurants and hotels. While most feature luxury coffees and wines, Villalon found that the tea being served was often lacking in comparison. He decided to do something about it. Villalon travels to China, Japan, Korea […]

Bus in the Air – Old Technology still a Marvel in China

The Yangtze River Cableway forever changed transportation for local inhabitants when it was built in 1980. It forever altered the lifestyles of new generations as they grew up with the cableway. With innovations in technology today, the cableway is no longer a miracle of convenience the way it was more than 20 years ago, but […]

When Disneyland Meets Traditional Chinese Architecture

Do you like Disneyland? Unlike all the other Disneylands in the world, the Disneyland in China actually has traditional Chinese architecture in it. Having fun at a Disneyland and enjoying Chinese culture at the same time makes this Disneyland special. If you do not have a summer vacation plan yet, why not come and visit? […]

This Treehouse Getaway Lets Guests Live Among The Treetops

Ever had a childhood fantasy of living in a treehouse? Now you can! At Free Spirit Spheres: http://bit.ly/2qAAENL This Vancouver Island getaway takes treehouses to a whole new level, come with us as we take a peek inside one of these fabulous treetop spheres! It’s a futuristic design that would make the Jetsons envious, but […]

A Isolated Village Stands on the Mountain Top without Modern Transport

Would you dare travel to this village? Taken straight out of a fairy tale, Guo Liang is the village above the clouds. For centuries Guo Liang village has been almost secluded from the world. The mountains are high and the mountain paths are dangerous. The only way to link the outside world from the village […]

New York’s Oldest Irish Tavern Will Take You Back 163 Years In To The Past

You haven’t experience the true New York until you’ve sat down at McSorley’s Old Ale House. With sawdust at your feet and suds in your hand, you might just fall in love with the working man’s pub that is the oldest Irish tavern in the entire Big Apple. Its blue collar roots extend even to […]

Cherry Blossom Season Transforms The Streets Of Vancouver

Have you seen the cherry blossoms in Vancouver lately? Cherry blossoms are so beautiful that the Japanese have a name for sakura appreciation: Hanami In Japan, cherry blossoms symbolize clouds due to their nature of blooming. In the early 1930s the mayors of both Kobe and Yokohama presented the Park Board with 500 Japanese cherry […]

This Bookstore In Downtown Los Angeles Is Every Bookworm’s Fantasy

Against the closure of massive bookstore chains and the rise of e-books, this odd bookstore survived the recession and is now considered every bookworm’s fantasy. The labyrinth of book shelves, book tunnels and flying paperbacks will take you to a world unlike any other. Watch as we bring you on a tour of the downtown […]