The unique story of Kiliii Yu, a kayak builder in the Pacific Northwest
Snaking 560 kilometres across east Sabah, from the Kuamut Highlands, through pristine jungles, swamp forests, floodplain wetlands, to finally pour out into the Sulu Sea, the Kinabatangan River is a precious corridor that connects forest remnants along its flanks.
Over the last decade urban beekeeper Camilla Goddard has turned her passion into her profession.
This feature delves into the nocturnal worlds of biological illumination: bioluminescence and biofluorescence. Here we investigate the luminous fauna that lights up our oceans and their little understood language of light.
Using inventive solutions Hamish and the houseboat community in which he resides build and restore houseboats by repurposing old vehicles and second-hand items.
One woman's journey to discover and revive the ancient art of Hanji
Kiliii Yu is a multifaceted guy with a unique story; he's a kayaker, a boat-designer, a climber, a professional adventure photographer, a guide for wilderness survival, a trained classical violinist, and amidst all this he runs his own kayak building business.
It takes certain individuals with knowledge, passion and a touch of creativity to ensure that the garden's night blooming, night fragrant and night active plant life remains healthy and well maintained – a job that must be done by day.
Boneshaker magazine's James Lucas, speaks about how the Bristol Bike Project – which he co-founded with friend Colin Fan – has had a positive impact on the local community within Bristol, UK.