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THE RHINO WARS
Since 1978, he has traveled through Asia and the Middle East for the World Wildlife Fund, studying the market and lobbying for laws that would shut down the ...
Where have you gone, Yu Hong-kai?
As they grew up, Taiwan's Little League champions used to fade out of baseball. But not anymore
Kidnapped In Kyrgyzstan: The Sequel The story had it all: terrorists, high-altitude suspense and a daring escape. So why is one climbing couple obsessed with proving it didn't happen that way?
Central Asia. Not the one he bribed a Kyrgyzstan official $300 to get. Not the one on which Kyrgyz military officers sketched a battle plan.
The Eleven Men Behind Cassius Clay
Innocent of prizefighting's bad old ways, these gentlemen hope by their example to put an end to the exploiting of boxers. They expect Clay to get rich—and to get a little bit richer themselves
EVERYBODY WANTS A PIECE OF PELÉ
He may indeed be the most famous man alive, adored in the Americas, Europe, the Middle East and Asia. It's only at home that things get ...
Finally Smokin' After years of frittering away his talent, John Jacobs rekindled an old romance and began to light up the Senior tour
Like a latter-day Dean Martin, he spins yarns of Far Eastern excess ("The problem is that Asia is so f------ hot; two beers and you're drunk") and tournament torpor ...
PRINCE KARIM AGA KHAN
Today, at 27, he is best known as the spiritual leader of 15 million Ismaili Muslims in Asia, Africa and the Middle East. But he is also several other things: the ...
Where The Deer And The Greater Kudu Play
The Hill Country of Texas has become home to so many species of exotic wildlife that they've come to be known as Texotics
THE CHINA SYNDROME CHINESE ATHLETES AND COACHES ARE INCREASINGLY SUBJECT TO THE ILLS AND TEMPTATIONS THAT AFFLICT SPORTS IN THE WEST
reputation as the sporting sick man of Asia, the nation that sent a single .... East Germans, some of whose trainers have wound up in China. The