This is the Great Theatre of Life. Admission is free, but the taxation is mortal. You come when you can, and leave when you must. The show is continuous. Goodnight.

Robertson Davies

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    Kathmandu

    First trip to Kathmandu; a taste of its magic, its people, its mysteries.

    The streets of Kathmandu are the veins of an ancient, magical being, overflowing with life supplied in abundance by its people. Light behaves differently here, it is warmer and flows more freely, as if pushed around by the chants of the monks, the myriad of sounds coming from the market, the ever present aroma of food and spices. ...

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    Bhaktapur

    The Ancient capital of Nepal and largest of the three Newar kingdoms. City of artisans, place of devotees.

    Ancient capital of Nepal and largest of the three Newar kingdoms. City of artisans, place of devotees.

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    Neo

    Behind the scenes with Kaoru Watanabe and friends on the recording of Néo.

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    Peru

    The mountains, the people, and the great highlands of Peru in a magical, enchanting trip.

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    The Aerialist

    Sandra practices her flying skills

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    The Bamboo Train

    An ancient vehicle, repurposed.

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    A Labyrinth

    Venture once more into the metropolis of Tokyo, discover mysteries that had remained hidden in the shadows.

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    A Kinbaku Night

    A masterclass in Kinbaku by Osada Steve, like always, at StudioSix.

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    Phare

    A circus with a social mission.

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    Edmonton

    What side of Edmonton are you most familiar with? Come with me, and explore some of its places.

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    Daido Fever

    Possessed by the spirit of Daido I take to the streets of Tokyo, attemptng to capture its gritty magic

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    Fragmented Journeys

    We are always traveling, always moving.

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    Ranjo

    Spend a day with Ranjo, master Japanese flute maker, and understand his relevance in the history of music.

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    Arjarn Neng

    Discover the work of Master Neng, and the blessings that come with it.

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    Essays

    A mi abuela

    Un par de palabras para recordar a mi abuela Teresa, quien tuvo la suerte de ver más de un siglo de historia.

    A mi Abuela Daniel Torres En tierra de españoles cansados de tanto viajar, de anchos solares, de aljibes, aldabas, candados, de plazas y grandes mercados; con muy pocos seculares, algún merecido loco, y muchos más persignados creciste tú. ...

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    The Hidden Layers

    The world is full of hidden layers. How many have you touched yet?

    I met Asahi Ageha for the first time fifteen minutes before having the honour of shaking hands with Osada Steve himself (also for the first time) She was waiting for the both of us inside of that cosy dojo near Ikebukuro, sitting in seiza with a smile on her face. ...

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    Magellan's Mask

    A story to commemorate the day of the death.

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    An Old Sailor

    An unlikely sailor in the streets of NY

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    Poisonous Trees

    A bitter account of Tuol Sleng, a Cambodian genocide museum

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    The Circus of Siem Reap

    The Phare Ponleu Selpak, in Cambodia, teaches the art of circus to kids in need

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    The Stone Whisperer

    Random words of wisdom found on the street

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    The Hermit

    Master Neng Onnut has the power to unlock the blessings of the gods. What kind would you place upon your skin?

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    Ranjo

    Learn about Ranjo, master artisan and traditional flute maker of the Chiba prefecture, Japan.

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