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KALAW AND THE SHAN COUNTRY (80 photos)
Birmany, Myanmar - The mountains of the Shan country, in the east of Myanmar shelter various proud and independent ethnic groups. They have long been struggling against central power.
© p. roy/TheReportage.com
When a tree can change the life of the women (27 photos)
On one side, the argan trees, producing a rare oil that has been used for millenniums by Berber people as a cosmetic and a medicine. Of the other, women that are generally still ruled by their husband or their parents, and whose only freedom consists in knitting dresses for the community.
© J. Florence/TheReportage.com
OPENING AT THE PRIMITIVE ART MUSEUM QUAI BRANLY (27 photos)
In the centre of Paris, next to the Louvre and the Orsay museum, only minutes from the Grand an the Petit Palais, or from the Palais de Tokyo and the Modern art museum, lies the Quai Branly museum, an exceptional place on the Seine’s bank, at the bottom of the Eiffel Tower.
© D. Porcel/TheReportage.com
The paraplegic water-jumper ! (16 photos)
When a handicapped person in wheel chair throws himself to the sea... In Marseilles, a new sport is born like a joke.
© G. Robert/TheReportage.com
BODHGAYA: SOURCE OF BUDDHISM (48 photos)
Lost in sand and oblivion for centuries, Bodhgaya is the hallowed source for Buddhists worldwide, the place where it all began. Bodhgaya, located in the plain of Bihar, in the north-east of India, is the most emblematic and sacred place for Buddhists worldwide.
© J. ANA/TheReportage.com
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