Dennis op werkbezoek in Bhutan - UNICEF
UNICEF- medewerker Dennis Arends is op bezoek geweest in Bhutan. Samen met partner Wavin (Europees marktleider op het gebied van kunststof leidingen) bekijkt UNICEF hoe ze scholen kan voorzien van veilig drinkwater door regenwater op te vangen. Dennis vertelt vanuit het verre Azië hoe Wavin de scholen op een innovatieve manier kan helpen.
The stunning photos showcasing the Indigenous peoples of Russia's Far East
Alexander Khimushin is bringing the rarely seen peoples of Russia's Far East to the world, and doing his best to help preserve their quickly disappearing cultures.
50 stunning photos of Bhutan that make you want to go - Lost with Purpose
Collection of photos of Bhutan to inspire your travels to this unique country. This article will give you a glimpse of what to expect when visitng Bhutan.
deathofastylist: “ “ “ Avar woman (Caucasus), wedding traditional costume. Ethnic groups living in the Russian republic of Dagestan, village Rugudja, tribal caucasian rug, silver jewelry. ” ”
IPA 2016 Winner / BOOK: Afghanistan Between Hope and Fear / Paula Bronstein Photography / Paula Bronstein
In the fall of 2001, the award-winning American photojournalist Paula Bronstein traveled to Afghanistan on assignment for Getty Images to document the U.S-led Occupation Enduring Freedom in the wake of the 9/11 attacks. Captivated by the people of Afghanistan and the rugged beauty of their country’s landscape, Bronstein has made Afghanistan her mission ever since. She has returned to the country repeatedly over the past 14 years to document the lives of the Afghan people against the backdrop…
Shakuhachi: The Japanese Traditional Bamboo Flute | Learn Japanese Online - Free Lessons + Makoto+ Membership
The 尺八 shakuhachi is a Japanese flute often heard at matsuri (festivals); not the sharp, high-pitched one, but the instrument that makes a melodic, middle tone. The Shakuhachi plays the most hauntingly beautiful lullabies.
Tsechu at Trongsa Dzong. Tsechu are annual religious Bhutanese festivals held in each district or dzongkhag of Bhutan on the tenth day of a month of the lunar Tibetan calendar. Tsechus are religious festivals of Drukpa Buddhism.Tsechus are large social gatherings, which perform the function of social bonding among people of remote and spread-out villages. The focal point of the tsechus are the sacred Cham Dances, which are banned in neighbouring Tibet. These costumed, masked dances typically…