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Strolling through Phuket local pottery shops by rented motobike

While being overwhelmed by the nature of Phuket Island, me and my husband Baris were still curious about the ateliers and design shops in town. So we decided to rent a small motorbike, stroll  town and explore the production houses. Maybe since we also have our furniture atelier and into production, wherever we go, we  enjoy exploring what is being […]

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Ancient Treasures Looted, Destroyed in Egypt’s Chaos

Here is the post fr Nat Geo magazine today about the destroy story of Egyptian Museum. Archaeologist Zahi Hawass, Secretary General of Egypt’s Supreme Council of Antiquities, reports that several of the country’s museums have been attacked by looters taking advantage of the political turmoil in the country. In the Egyptian Museum in Cairo, looters stole […]

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“Made in China” Art / Porcelain Costumes by Li Xiaofeng

As opposed to antiglobalist  supply chainers approach whose idea is constant  blaming of  Far East about copying, I want to grab attention to the creative edge of China. Lets accept Far East is not about copying or doing low-cost products . Unfortunately, current media is focusing on certain points of whole big territory and country, putting blame on “Made in China” product […]

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Guardian figure is supposed to protect Egyptian Art

Yesterday, on the news I saw an old Egyptian sculpture was lying unprotected on the floor. According to Metropolitan Museum of Art records below statue is in Egyptian  Museum at Cairo. I wonder if this is the same guard. Whether it is the same one or similar, does it make a difference? “This figure was probably used as a dramatic […]

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Do you know Ankor Wat?

Ankor Wat view at 5:30am before the Sunset Visually, architecturally and artistically breathtaking Angkor Wat is the centerpiece of any visit to the Temples in Angkor area. For Cambodia nation, Angkor Wat is icon as the flag of Cambodia presents 5 towers of the Wat. Between the 9th and 14th centuries the Khmers built the […]

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What is Wat?

“The Thai term “Wat” refers to a Buddist monastery complex, sometimes called a temple.Its traditional use is to ordain and house Buddist monks. A wat located in town also serves as comminty center. A few temples are located outside of town and act primarily as meditation retreats (although visitors are welcome) or cremation sites, but […]

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