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Geisha Kyoto Japon


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Japan Storytelling

Geishas, women apart

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16 September 2018

The Japanese archipelago still has two hundred geishas, nearly half of them in Kyoto. Their training requires many years of work, and the job…

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Chiang Mai - Loy Krathong festival


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Storytelling Thailand

Being LGBT in Thailand

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8 July 2018

Thailand is very well known as being a highly tolerant country where differences, when it comes to sexual preference, are all accepted and contribute…

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Japan Storytelling

A spirited journey to Kyoto

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3 June 2018

It is reputed that here, precision is a national passion. And the railway world, a religion …

So when we see it appear, under that…

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Italy Storytelling

A gondola ride back in time

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27 May 2018

They are like white paper birds on the water of the Grand Canal. They roam obediently on the waves, then when the sun rises,…

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Japan Storytelling

Memories of Hiroshima

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6 May 2018

The model is at human scale.

Already, the atmosphere gets heavier with the first images parade: I do like all those people came here to…

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Iceland Storytelling

Where the ice is blue

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22 April 2018

It’s a cold and wild atmosphere, everything seems in harmony. No disturbance comes to tickle this painting, and in a silence that mixes with…

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Iceland Storytelling

Emergency landing in Sólheimasandur

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20 March 2018

They have already passed Hornafjörður: Captain James Wicke is not worried at all. The delivery of military equipment went as planned, and they are…

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Cambodia Storytelling

Angkor, the story of a stone puzzle

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11 March 2018

While we look at them, Nico and I feel the same little twinge of sorrow. Hanging the head down, they stare at the cracked…

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Iceland Storytelling

Splash out : mighty waterfalls ! 

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11 March 2018

In full December, the rigors of winter have already transformed the landscape: the flakes have silvered all the trees, and a network of ice…

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Storytelling Vietnam

Hanoi, poetry and adrenaline

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11 March 2018

On all sides, scooters snort under the weight of two, sometimes even three people … Here, no traffic lights. You have to be reckless…

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Italy Storytelling

Murano glass

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11 March 2018

Close to Venice’s northern shore, Murano is a small island in the Venetian Lagoon famed for its glass making: it’s on this island that…

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Storytelling Thailand

Floating dreams of the Loy Krathong Festival

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11 March 2018

It’s a full moon night, the first of the twelfth month of the Thai lunar calendar. In a soft light of November, the rainy…

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Italy Storytelling

Burano, the lace island with thousand colors

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10 March 2018

A young fisherman from Burano goes out to sea with his crew, sad to leave his fiancée on the island, but promises her to…

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Iceland Storytelling

Jökulsárlón: a Diamond Beach 

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10 March 2018

In the southeast of the island, you’ll find a glacier lagoon called Jökulsárlón, the immense beauty of which makes it one of Iceland’s natural…

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Storytelling Vietnam

Hue, home of the last Vietnamese emperors

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10 March 2018

” It’s here ! You’re French ? ”

She recognized from afar our lost gaze in the alleys and soon invites us to enter. We…

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Storytelling Vietnam

Ha Long Bay, water of legends

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10 March 2018

We’re in 1994 : Ha Long Bay has just been registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and Vietnam starts to be a popular…

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Storytelling Vietnam

Hoi An, city of lanterns

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10 March 2018

Halfway along our circuit of 3 weeks in November 2016, we stayed 3 days in Hoi An.

It’s a small city of 120 000 inhabitants,…

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Storytelling Vietnam

Sapa : fifty shades of a smile

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10 March 2018

Located at one thousand six hundred meters above sea level in Vietnam’s northwest mountains, near Chinese border, Sapa is also named « the blue…

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Storytelling Vietnam

Fragrances Grotto and Dragon’s Mouth

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6 March 2018

Located approximately seventy kilometers to the South West of Hanoi, the Perfume Pagoda is a vast complex of shrines and Buddhist temples built into…

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