Category Archives: Green

Wasabi & Carrots

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Tsukiji Vegetable Market Pre-packaged food is so integral to our lives. So much so, that most of us know wasabi only as the paste out of the tube. In fact, it is made from finely



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Numbered Days

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Sheung Wan Back in the 70s, being a printing technician was a well earning profession. In pockets of Sheung Wan still remain a few printers, but many have closed down, or will in this coming



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TEDx Youth

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Honest Vegetarian Food

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Xin Xing It’s not so unusual in China to open the menu of a temple restaurant to find an array of imitation meats; fake duck, fake chicken, fake fish… Not that there is anything wrong



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Stick Animals

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Aoluguya Carved children’s toy with humans and animals such as reindeer.



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Linked Lifestyles

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Beijing Bai Ying, director of Earthpulse, enthusiastically pulls out stamps and postcards of Eskimos and nordic european countries. Rummages through his desk for books and photos of native American Indians. Retrieves from bookcases birchbark items from Russia.



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Ivory Nut

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Yau Ma Tei Tagua nut: feels, looks and carves like ivory. The ivory trade threatens a whole host of endangered species. Despite the bans, despite the publicity of the long term negative and irreversible effects of poaching,



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I believe I can Fly

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Yuen Po Street, Bird Market Birdkeepers own birds to admire, compare and show off. They walk them every day, inside the cages, socialising with fellow bird-walkers. Apparently only a healthy bird will sing, and those



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What a Difference a Rainbow Makes

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Wing Lee Street Historical building preservation, something to celebrate right? Not for everyone. The owner of this house had been waiting for compensation and relocation. Wing Lee Street had originally been part of a redevelopment



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Mountain Food

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Yangshao Public picnic tables inside Twin Gate Mountain karst.



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