Here are the internet happenings that caught our attention this week.
How are our friends in China dealing with poor environmental management? By vacationing on Hainan, the island with the cleanest air in the country. – Daniel, editorial assistant
As a lover of all things Maine, seeing the new Marsden Hartley exhibit at The Met Breuer in NYC was a real treat. The show is open through June 18th and focuses on the painter's relationship with his native state. – Berit, editor
Thrilled for my friend (and incredibly talented photographer) Juliana Tan's latest project: Waking Up in Strange Places, a zine documenting her year and a half on the road in nine countries and 33 cities. Her photos are stunning and I can't wait to get a copy for myself. – Becky, assistant editor
Marguerite Richards, a regular Fathom contributor, is working on Tales From Muslim Worlds, a collection of short stories by authors of Muslim heritage. She is looking for first-person, non-fiction travel anecdotes. Have one to share? Get in touch. – Jeralyn, editorial director
Rome replaced its yellow street lights with white LED bulbs. Locals aren't having it. – Daniel
Adding Copenhagen to my travel list for 2018, when the Copenhagen Zoo will unveil their new ying-and-yang shaped panda house. – Berit
Hometown represent! Singapore is featured in the final episode of BBC America's Planet Earth II. – Becky
You guys heard about the penis seat in Mexico City, right? – Jeralyn
The best overnight face mask from Korean skincare brand, Laneige, is finally available online. – Becky
THIS WEEK ON FATHOM: Italy & India
Bhindi Masala: You've never tasted okra this good.
Rajasthan: A food story that hits all five senses.
Decisions, decisions: Here's how a fashionista packs for India.
Tech Tuesday: Don't leave for India without this app.
Hear us out: How and why you should take the train in India.
Two months in India: Summed up in eighteen colorful photos.
Travel at home: Get your Italian pantry staples from farms in Puglia.