Novice monks enjoying the sun before heading back to the prayer room ⛩ As young as 7 years old, the novice monks of Myanmar grow up together in their monastery, forming a brotherhood of close connections. Becoming a monk also means free education. An opportunity that the poorest families often take.
What’s your favorite book? 📚
You can’t buy happiness but you can buy sushi 🍣 #UNAGI
Playful kid hiding behind the broken window of his classroom - In those remote villages, kids grow up in very poor conditions and barely have access to education. Yet they look truly happy - Always smiling - Enjoying the simple life.
Le tourbillon de la vie 🌪
Yandabo is a small village located on the Ayarwaddy River. The life there is organized around the activity of pottery making. It was very impressive to see the women of the village turning a piece of clay into a fine pot in just a few minutes. Yandabo villagers then use the pots to store food and water supplies.
Intha fisherman of Inle Lake
So many books, so little time 📚
The 5th of August 2018 Lombok was hit by a magnitude 7.0 earthquake. Over 500 people were killed and 400.000 are now homeless. #soulsforlombok
supports local initiatives helping victims rebuild their lives. Please share and donate (link in bio) 🙏 - Thanks @florachristin
for doing and amazing job helping the people of Lombok
- Thanks @suzanne.vd.adel
for organizing everything
- Thanks @ombakbalifestival
for letting us play my short clip on the big screen (such an honor)
- Thanks to everyone else that helped making this video