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2015 — December

Craft The industrial revolution that began in 18th century has changed ways of goods manufacturing. The craft was first replaced by the industry based on the manufacture and finally by the mechanised industry. Due to that process many traditional crafts in Europe were forgotten forever. But in Asia, either in remote places or big cities, they are still live methods of producing goods of daily use, arts as well as those dedicated to religious rituals and traditional ceremonies. Traditional crafts […]

2015 — November

Living in Himalaya Living in valleys of Great Himalayas can be a real high life experience while the view from the front door is quite often above the clouds with 8-thousanders as neighbours. But the daily life for nearly 40 million people being its inhabitants is not easy. The population, settlement, and economic patterns within the Himalayas have been greatly influenced by the variations in topography and climate, which impose harsh living conditions and tend to restrict movement and communication […]

2015 — October

Hindu Heritage of India India is famous for being the most crowded, noisy, dirty and annoying place in the world, being the one hated or beloved from the first glimpse. But despite of all its bad fame it is a land of glorious past and great heritage that is the source of authentic pride for every Indian. South India is frequently referred to as the Hindu heritage of India. It is the area encompassing India’s states of Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, […]

2015 — September

Large metropolitan areas of Asia Mumbai, Bangkok, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, Delhi, Singapore and Yangontriple the number of population of Poland with only Mumbai counting for 21 million being the most populous area in India and fifth in the world. Waving through streets of Bangkok it is sometimes hard to see the scale of the city and believe you are in one of the Asian megacities, metropolitan areas of more than 10 million of residence. The megacities population is experiencing continuous […]

2015 — August

On Paths to Enlightenment Buddhism encompasses a variety of traditions, beliefs and practices with the ultimate goal of attainment of the sublime state of Nirvana. It has its origins about 2.500 years ago when the prince Siddhartha Gotama, known later as Buddha, was himself awakened at the age of 35. He was born into a royal family in Lumbini, today located in Nepal. After realising that wealth and luxury do not guarantee happiness he explored teachings, religions and philosophies of […]

2015 — July

Uneasy Fate of Asian Children Very dynamic demographics underpinned by the traditional model of family makes Asia full of children. Their laugh can be heard everywhere around and their honest smiles is something extremely rewarding while travelling across Asia. Although happy and cheerful as only children can be they very often have much more reasons to sorrow. Across Asia and Pacific vast number of children continue to experience grave violations to their rights and safety. Asia enjoys a reputation as […]

2015 — June

The Pacific Ring of Fire The Pacific Ring of Fire created by ongoing plate tectonics and the movement and collisions of lithospheric plates spreads around Pacific Ocean on length of 40.000 km and is place where 90% of world’s earthquakes occur. With 150 active volcanoes only in Indonesia, the string stretches over 5000 km from Weh Island in the west, along biggest Indonesian Islands of Sumatra and Java, into far east up to New Guinea and creates direct danger for […]

2015 — May

People of Asia Asia is a continent of the biggest diversity in the world, in view of climate, fauna and flora, geological structure, religions, cultures and finally its people, representing numerous ethnic groups and speaking thousands of languages. Due to natural migration processes national boundaries were never coterminous with the domains of different ethnic groups. For example, in Thailand, there is a significant Vietnamese population in the northeast, hilltribe groups in the north that straddle the border with Myanmar and […]

2015 — April

Himalayas Great mountain system of Asia forming a barrier between the Plateau of Tibet to the north and the alluvial plains of the Indian subcontinent to the south. They play significant role to climate, culture, religion and history of the region stretching across Pakistan, Nepal, Myanmar, Bhutan, China and India. The Himalayas include the highest mountains in the world, with more than 100 peaks rising to 7,200 metres or more above sea level and are home to 10 of 14 […]