Tom Standage, The Economist’s deputy editor, bottles it in south London
Roseann Lake, The Economist’s Cuba correspondent, consults a fortune teller in Havana
David Rennie, The Economist’s columnist in Beijing, chats to some cats
At a shrine to the sinister in San Francisco, Aryn Braun ponders what it means to be left-handed today
Bron Burgess gingerly explores a new front line
Londoners were invited to deface a painting of the arch-Brexiteer. But how useful is this kind of protest art?
Its troubled decades are over, but where are the tourists?
Dominic Ziegler, The Economist’s Banyan columnist, tries some roast rodent in Sulawesi
Will Brown, The Economist’s west Africa correspondent, seeks a beer in Mauritania
Sarah Maslin, The Economist’s Brazil bureau chief, tests her emotional needs in São Paulo