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THE GREAT MAGAL OF TOUBA (35 photos)
The holy city of Touba, celebrated each year exile of Cheikh Ahmadou Bamba, the founder of Mouridism, the great Muslim brotherhood in Senegal. The event was held January 23, 2011 is the 116th edition of Magal.
© C. Béné/TheReportage.com
IVRY GITLIS, THE WANDERING VIOLIN. (21 photos)
Amond the most famous violinists of our time, here is a passionate man, as enterprising as he is generous, a creator. Due to a strong personality, warmth, the will to get to the root of things, Ivry Gitlis opens to all of us. Captivating, provocative, he has the rare priviledge to galvanize and draw people along.
© C. Béné/TheReportage.com
THE OTAKU OF AKIHABARA (40 photos)
The maid trend in the electric town of Tokyo. The Maid Cafes were born in the Akihabara district to bring to life the imaginary world of the otaku ( people obsessed particularly with anime, manga, or video games).
© E. Senao/TheReportage.com
HEIDI WINTER 2008/2009 (17 photos)
Precious, in satin boots. Voluptuous, in blood coloured velvet. Sensual, in silver fox. Naïve, in a silk and tulle second skin ... Heidi in ways of a duchess, welcomes the big winter with a poisoned apple.
© m. bloch-stuckens/TheReportage.com     
The Tibet on the altar of the Chinese unification (58 photos)
Already fifty years that the Dalaï Lama, followed by ten thousand of Tibetans, has flees his native country to escape at the Chinese cultural revolution and with the annexation which was the result from it. Decades after this chapter of Chinese history was turned, Beijing must now face to very strong tensions at the high plateau of Tibet.
© A. Gaussin/TheReportage.com     
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