Bangladesh Government Removes Statue Of Greek Goddess Following Protests by Islamist Groups

A sculpture of the Greek goddess Themis, the goddess of justice, stood proudly in Bangladesh for only 6 months before being removed due to...

Local Greek Community Celebrates Easter With Unique Epitaphios Liturgy in Seoul, South Korea (video)

Greek communities around the world are celebrating the Orthodox Easter holiday in traditional ways. Greek Reporter was live from Seoul, South Korea where the...

Chinese Subway Passengers Catch Blunders in Mural Depicting Athens in Turkey

Chinese subway passengers using the subway Line 3 in Xian in Shaanxi province in northern China have recently had a lot to say about...

How Tai Chi Changed One Greek Woman’s Life [Photos]

Back in 2014 Greek Roza Maragopoulou left her home in Athens to study tai chi in its birthplace -- Chenjiagou, in China's Henan province. For...

Alexander the Great Monument in Pakistan

It is about a two and a half hour drive from Pakistan's capital, Islamabad. The closest town is called Jalalpur Sharif, in the Jhelum...

Beautiful ‘Aegean’ Concert Celebrates Greek-Chinese Cultures in Chengdu [photos]

On November 11, on what has been dubbed as "Single's Day" in China, where people seek out their "Mr/Ms Right," a concert took place...

The National Changgeuk Company of Korea Incorporates Pansori in Euripides’ Trojan Women

The latest experimental contemporary changgeuk, or traditional Korean opera that the National Changgeuk Company of Korea has taken on is creating a minimalist and...

Living In North Korea: A Greek’s Personal Account

Greek journalist Fragkiska Megaloudi lived in North Korea from June 2012 to March 2014. Recently she published a book in Greek describing life in...

‘Window to Greece’: Greek Gastronomy Festival in China Proves Huge Success

A festival of gastronomy entitled "Window to Greece" was organized on October 13-30 by the Consulate General of Guangzhou in collaboration with China's Tourism...

Did Ancient Greeks Help Create Famous Chinese Terracotta Warriors?

New studies regarding the 8,000 statues that guard the mausoleum of the First Emperor of China reveal that they were most likely created under...