The government crowned the country’s best communal loos to help female employees feel more comfortable in the public sphere.
The Philippines wants its “jeepney” buses to go from diesel to electric. Critics say business practices must change, too.
After more than 1,000 years in Cairo, Egypt wants to move its capital city into the desert 28 miles away. It might actually happen.
Leaders in the capital city of Addis Ababa have rolled out a campaign aiming to reduce crashes caused by alcohol.
A Dutch designer has debuted a pollution-eating tower in Beijing, and hopes to install 800 more in public parks across China.
After an intricate restoration and battle with the government, Morocco’s al-Qarawiyyin Library will soon welcome the public.
Air strikes are damaging the country’s urban heritage.
The Street Art Conservators battle time and the elements in an effort to preserve the Greek capital’s world-class cache of graffiti.
Human resources firm Pasona sends city slickers to the countryside to learn the trade.
City officials have started to relocate the creatures.
In an effort to combat a culture of runaway overtime, Tokyo’s governor recently announced that municipal employees must head home by 8 p.m.
In Yiwu, vendors in a gargantuan warehouse peddle the cheap goods the world knows so well.
Despite concerns about heritage and inequality, the Saudi government’s over-the-top construction projects continue in the holy city.
The Chinese capital is instituting a process through which migrants can achieve residency and its privileges. But who does it really benefit?
Philadelphia is one of the last major East Coast cities to replace its flipping sign with a digital one.
The Persian Gulf nation is building five new cities on the outskirts of the capital to fulfill its promise of a house for every Kuwaiti family.
In the Myanmar city, government officials are intensifying efforts to control—and ultimately house—the informal businesses.
When washers and dryers were added to 17 schools through a new program, attendance rates shot up.