Nepal – Never ending

In Buddha’s realm, the bells are singing among the mountains kings. Crescent paths of two monsters which are India and China, Nepal fills its ranks with a variety of faces as smiling as their beautiful culture.
Needless to sell this land of adventure and diversity, Nepal absorbs you. It plays with your senses and takes you into a world of legends and myths. Whoever you are, this country with a certain charm leaves no one indifferent but it will fill you with a thought: to return there.

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Vietnam – A Hmong craft

We met (Chi) Thi Mai, she created the Linen Co-operative in Lung Tam Village which are sustaining and preserving their heritage.
Unfortunatly, we encountered sound issues, and the interview was unusable…
Nevertheless, we have the footage, so we decided to edit them to honour their kindness and to show you the process of this ethnic culture.

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Vietnam – Tip of the Dragon

Less crowded and more rural, the north of Vietnam bring you back in time. 6 weeks riding motorcycles along its mountainous roads allowed us to meet with many Hmong tribes living here an ancien, humble way of life. A festival of colorful outfits, plenty of healthy/delicious food, astonishing/various landscapes, and rice fields drowned in sunshine will welcome you. Have a peek in the tip of the land of the dragon.

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Laos Please Don’t Rush

Despite its noisy and agitated neighbors, Lao PDR nurture a unique tranquillity. Gently drift on the Mekong or any of its countless other rivers, stroll from beautiful mountains to verdant plains, wander in slow-paced cities and let the smile of its curious and generous people lighten your day.

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Letters from the elders

Laos counts about 80 ethnical groups which can be grouped into 4 families.
Each group speaking its own dialect and having its own customs, traditions, religion…This is the testimony of two of them.

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Myanmar so far

Myanmar is the most religious buddhist country in the world. It’s also home to more than 100 ethnic groups -and to chin lone. Have a 4 minutes peek and discover burmese people, landscapes and culture.

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Laos in numbers

54% of Laos population is under 25, it was the most heavily bombed country in history and Lao people still practise animism. Learn more about Lao PDR with data and pics!

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Northern lives

Day after day, northern Vietnamese -many of them of Hmong ethnics- work their steep land. The mountains harbour old buildings and traditional ways of life, long gone in many other parts of the country.

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