travelIn this episode of Many People from Many Countries, 70 people from 70 countries sing their home country's national anthem in their home country's first language. Enjoy national anthems for Canada, Australia, China, Brazil, Argentina, Russia, Germany, Austria, Argentina, Cuba, Chile, India, Pakistan and more, then put on your judge wig and pick the best national anthem in the comments.
travelWatch as world-renowned reggae recording artist Shaggy travels to his homeland of Jamaica and explores “The Land of Wood and Water”—a vibrant country of panoramic beauty, filled with incredible people, iconic music, and the chance to discover the island’s rich history.
travelIn this episode of Many People from Many Countries Say Things, 70 people from 70 countries say their country's most popular stereotypes and common clichés. Find out how the world pigeonholes the Chinese, Indian, Brazilian, Indonesian, Pakistani, Nigerian, Russian, Japanese, Mexican, Australian, German, French, Italian, Spanish, and other nationalities.
travelIn this episode of Many People from Many Countries, 70 people reveal how to tell if someone is from their country. Signs include their posture, how they stand, how they walk, the volume of their voice, their facial expressions and features, their mannerisms, their hair color, the shape of their eyes, what they wear, their body language and gestures, their accent, their slang, how they greet someone, and how much they can drink.
travelIn this episode of Many People from Many Countries Try Things, 70 people from 70 countries try to do their best impersonation of an American accent. The most predominant impression is of the classic American Valley Girl accent. The American men accent resembled a surfer bro. According to citizens from around the world, most Americans think everything is great and America is the greatest. Some even believe Americans act and talk just like President Donald Trump.
travelMore than 70 people try to say their country's most popular tongue twister. In this tongue twisters challenge, citizens from all around the world attempt funny tongue twisters in different languages. Most English speakers know about Sally selling seashells at the seashore and Peter Piper picked a peck of peppers, but what about the best tongue twister in Japanese, Spanish, Finnish, Polish, Chinese, German, and dozens more different languages?
travelIn this episode of Many People from Many Countries Say Things, 70 people from 70 countries say "cheers!" in their native language. Learn how to say cheers in French, Spanish, German, Italian, Russian, Japanese, Vietnamese, Korean, Turkish, Polish, Thai, and many more dialects. If you've ever wondered 'how do I say cheers' around the world, this how-to video will have you clinking glasses like a local in no time.
travelIn this episode of Many People from Many Countries, 70 people from 70 countries demonstrate how a sneeze sounds in their homeland and how people respond in their home country's first language. Find out what to do and how to say 'bless you' in Spanish, German, French, Japanese, Italian, Chinese, Russian, and more languages.
travelIn this episode of Many People from Many Countries, 70 people from 70 countries demonstrate what cats and dogs sound like in their home country. Find out what a cat or dog sounds like in France, Spain, China, Italy, Turkey, Germany, Mexico, Thailand and more! Who knew the difference in dog or cat noises from around the world could be so interesting?
travelMeet Sal Lavallo, one of the youngest Americans to visit every country in the world.
travelWatch the evolution of flight attendant uniforms over the past century. See uniforms that were tailored and professional in the 1940s, bright and colorful in the groovy 60s, the modern looks of today, and even potential designs for the future.
travelOld meets new and East meets West in Asia's design capital. Produced by Condé Nast Traveler with Seabourn.
travelExplore the charming Medieval town of Bonifacio, France's southernmost city. Produced by Condé Nast Traveler with Seabourn.
travelEmeril Lagasse takes Condé Nast Traveler’s Editor in Chief Pilar Guzmán on a tour of his adopted hometown. The globe-trotting host of Amazon’s Eat The World shows us all of his favorite spots, from NoLA's best Vietnamese at Pho Tau Bay to the most satisfying, down-home po-boys at Domilese’s. Don't watch this video if you're hungry.