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Profesor Kolok (With english Subtitle)

INDONESIA | Thu, 24 Sep 2015 | By agungyudha | Views [514] | Video

Profesor Kolok Synopsis Kolok community is a deaf mute people who live in the village Bengkala, District Kubutambahan, Buleleng, Bali. In daily life, people Kolok coexist with normal people in the village. Daily, Kolok community life of menial ... Read more >

Tags: bali, buleleng, culture, deaf mute, tradition, village, world nomads scholarship

Pekak Kukuruyuk (Grandfather of Cock a doodle doo)

INDONESIA | Thu, 17 Sep 2015 | By agungyudha | Views [518] | Video

Made taro is a person who dedicated his life to preserving the traditional games , traditional songs and traditional stories (folklore) for childrens in Bali from 30 years ago . He wants that the childrens can run their lives without being forced to ... Read more >

Tags: 2015 film scholarship to colombia, bali, culture, folklore, games, song, story, tradition

Good karma in Sri Lanka + Recipe for coconut milk rice

SRI LANKA | Thu, 9 Jul 2015 | By madamemahsa | Views [863] | Video

A white-clad pilgrim gestures for me to join the procession. I tuck my tattered notepad under my arm, cup both my hands to hold my coconut rice offering and slink quickly into line. The air is balmy and paper lanterns sway with the wind. There ... Read more >

Tags: ancient city, anuradhapura, bodhi tree, cooking, kiribath, milk rice, pilgrims, sri lanka, tradition

Photos: My Scholarship entry - Generations of Dimen

CHINA | Sun, 23 Nov 2014 | By guizhouimpressions | Photo Gallery | Scholarship Entry

I believe that travelling and exploring new worlds unleashes something in us, something very basic, something grounding. At the same time it lifts our souls, opens our minds and hearts to taking life in whatever shapes and forms it comes and appreciate ... Read more >
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Tags: 2014 travel photography scholarship, china, dimen, family, guizhou, tradition

Spice Parable

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES | Fri, 14 Mar 2014 | By spiceparable | Views [1580]

Perhaps the best cooking lesson during hotel school, Raja Anna the kitchen assistant, his passion for food and cooking techniques re instilled the love of cooking in me. He is a man of few words, his movements during cooking were calculated, ... Read more >

Tags: chettinad, culinary, culture, india, spice, tamil nadu, tradition, travel

Photos: Passport & Plate - Mom's Chocolate Birthday Cake

USA | Thu, 13 Mar 2014 | By traveltessa | Photo Gallery | Scholarship Entry

Ingredients ? c. shortening ? c. sugar 3 eggs ? c. cocoa powder 1 1/3 c. cold water 1 t vanilla ? t baking powder 1 ¼ t baking soda 1 t salt 2 c. all purpose flour   How to prepare this recipe Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Grease and flour two ... Read more >
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Tags: cake, chocolate, passport and plate, tradition

Photos: Passport & Plate - elderflowers syrup

ITALY | Wed, 12 Mar 2014 | By idiaridellalambretta | Photo Gallery | Scholarship Entry

Ingredients: 20 elderflowers {sambucus nigra}, 2 l water, 4 unwaxed lemons, 2 kg sugar, 50 g citric acid. How to prepare this recipe collect the flowers. the elder {sambucus nigra} especially grows along railway lines, in damp woods and banks of rivers.... Read more >
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Tags: drink, family, food, italy, rural life, tradition, veneto

Flirting with the wrong girl - An African librarian in India

INDIA | Sat, 7 Sep 2013 | By ladyc | Views [1474]

“But you said.....?” Three little words that have never been uttered to me in India In India talk is light, colourful and frivolous , like cappuccino froth, party balloons and washing up bubbles. Chatter is jovial, a pastime and a sport, ... Read more >

Tags: africa, culture, delhi, flirting, india, somaliland, tradition, women

Banyuwangi Seblang Dance, East Java

INDONESIA | Wed, 23 Jan 2013 | By omantravelphotographyscholarshipentry | Views [425]

at the beginning of november 2011, my friend from banyuwangi give the message that there is an interesting ritual on banyuwangi, presicely in the veillage Bakungan. A tradition of clean village dance 'Seblang'. what makes it intersting is the dance performed ... Read more >

Tags: dances, ritual, tradition, unique

Photos: My Scholarship entry - Burning of the King Boat

TAIWAN | Sat, 12 Jan 2013 | By ongoing | Photo Gallery | Scholarship Entry

Photography is my life, our planet is my home and nature is my passion. My camera is my constant companion and I always looking for the next moment of life to capture. I have a sincere desire to share what I see through my heart and lens with the world.... Read more >
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Tags: boat, ceremony, fire, taiwan, taoism, tradition, travel

To kava or not to kava

VANUATU | Thu, 8 Mar 2012 | By charlotteemmaconnell | Views [408]

After arriving in Vanuatu it won't take long before you see, hear and taste kava. Taxi drivers will often ask you around three questions 'Where are you from?', 'Are you married?' and then of course 'Do you drink kava?'. For as long as Europeans ... Read more >

Tags: bars, custom, drinking, kava, narcotics, sedative, socializing, tasting, tradition, vanuatu

5,000 year old history is alive

SOUTH KOREA | Tue, 8 Nov 2011 | By allasadventures | Views [513]

Baekje Cultural Festival is an annual event that honors Korea's 5,000 year old history with fireworks, traditional foods, costumes and events. I have had the chance to visit Baekje city during this colorful and picturesque time and experienced the festival ... Read more >

Tags: baekje, culture, history, korea, photography, tradition

Photos: My Photo scholarship 2011 entry

WORLDWIDE | Tue, 25 Oct 2011 | By backstage | Photo Gallery | Scholarship Entry

My father, when i was 6 years old, used to read to me the-National Geographic magazine and at the end of each story he would turn the article towards me and show me the most brilliantly captured images. They (photos) used to put me under deep thought ... Read more >
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Tags: #2011wnphoto, art, color, culture, dance, drama, india, kerala, tradition, travel photography scholarship 2011

Photos: My Photo scholarship 2011 entry

WORLDWIDE | Sun, 9 Oct 2011 | By littlecreations | Photo Gallery | Scholarship Entry

Born on July 03, 1968, I, Bhupesh C. Little, am an amateur photographer with an earnest desire to learn, coming from a background in Fine Arts. I did my Ph D from Kumaon University in Drawing & Painting. But my liking for photography developed in Lucknow ... Read more >
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Tags: colourful, culture, girl, hills, india, life, people, tradition, uttranchal, woman

Ramayana

INDONESIA | Sun, 2 Oct 2011 | By ansku | Views [1075]

Once upon a time there were two kings, Rama of Ayodia symbolizing good and Rahwana of Alengka symbolizing evil. Rama, his wife Sita and his brother Laksamana were living in a forest near Nandaka Mountain. One day they see a golden deer. Sita not knowing ... Read more >

Tags: culture, kecak dance, tradition

Sakura petals at Himeji Castle

JAPAN | Sat, 11 Apr 2009 | By kurenai | Views [3234]

  Today was a roaming day, and a bit far from my normal grounds: I went to Himeji in Hyogo prefecture. I left my apartment at 9:30 am to be in Himeji by 11 so I could meet my friend at the station. We headed straight into the Himeji tourist office ... Read more >

Tags: castle, cherry blossom, culture, himeji, japan, park, sakura, spring, temple, tradition

It's time for sumo!!

JAPAN | Fri, 27 Mar 2009 | By kurenai | Views [2433]

Sumo season is here in Osaka and with it comes bustling crowds of people in an already bustling part of a busy city (Namba). This is probably the strangest time for a foreigner to live in Osaka because not only are you repeatedly mistaken for ... Read more >

Tags: culture, japan, osaka, spring, sumo, tradition

Dust to dust

SOUTH KOREA | Sun, 21 May 2000 | By simon_monk | Views [1658]

Yuki's father turned up with Grandmother in a beautifully wrapped box casually tucked under one arm. We had all flew down south to some military airport near Pusan for the funeral the next day, and startedby visiting Grandmothers original village ... Read more >

Tags: celebrations, ceremony, culture, culture, death, funeral, impermanent, people, tradition

 

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