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Sarah Khan

Sarah Khan is a freelance travel and lifestyle journalist and frequent contributor to the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Condé Nast Traveler, Saveur, and many others. When she's not on assignment, she's usually holed up in New York, Mumbai, or Cape Town, but you can always find her on Twitter and Instagram

How K-Dramas Crash Landed on South Asian TV Screens

The genre’s swoon-worthy romance, side-splitting comedy, treacherous villainy, and thrilling fight sequences are some of the many reasons Brown viewers are helping fuel the Korean drama craze.

Sarah Khan

February 15, 2021

Pakistan’s New (Ertuğrul) Bey

Why the hit Turkish TV series “Diriliş: Ertuğrul” has captivated the country today — and the world since its launch.

Sarah Khan

May 26, 2020

A Bangladeshi Rickshaw in the Midst of Brooklyn

The story of how a rickshaw named "Rick" ended up in the city that never sleeps and got itself an even unlikelier owner.

Sarah Khan

November 20, 2019

Jab SRK Met Letterman

David Letterman, in conversation with Shah Rukh Khan, failed to capture the mega-star's patent charisma.

Sarah Khan

November 06, 2019


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