New stories…

We’ve been busy lately and came up with several new series, some of them we put on Demotix…

Repairing Buddha statues after Cyclone Nargis

Twante was the one villages in Burma that was hit the hardest by Cyclone Nargis. Many of the Pagodas and Stupas were damaged and in need of repair. Villagers money and overseas donations arrived to restore the Buddha’s/stupas.

Twante was the one villages in Burma that was hit the hardest by Cyclone Nargis. Many of the Pagodas and Stupas were damaged and in need of repair. Funding was never far away for these religious structures as the villagers money and overseas donations arrived to restore the Buddha’s/stupas…

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Blood or Money in Cambodia

Blood banks are in scarce supply in Cambodia and here donations really will save lives. The Kantha Bopha Children Hospital in Siem Reap, are always looking for blood donors to help young patients pull through the most trying periods of acute dysentery and hemorrhagic fever. Siem Reap, Cambodia.

Blood banks are in scarce supply in Cambodia and your donation really will save a life. Many humanitarian-aid agencies use Siem Reap as a base for raising funds and treating rural peoples. The Kantha Bopha (Jayavarman VII.) Children Hospital in Siem Reap (Angkor), on the main road to the temples always looking for blood donors to help young patients through the most trying periods of acute dysentery and hemorrhagic fever…

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Shanghai Times

In the old market area, in a tiny pedestrian street, two chineses lantern are shinning in the dark.

I look up and see between this two artificial moons a placard with the draw of a woman and a name “Miss Wong”…
With curiosity, I go inside the place, who is a bar lounge, and in a second the time has changed, I feel an unique and old atmosphere looks like the old Shanghai during the 30’s.

Every detail is perfect and nothing left, except maybe the opium smoking room in the backside…

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Posted December 28, 2009 by seacollectiv in SEA/collectiv new series

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