• Chenrezig : Buddha of Compassion
    Chenrezig : Buddha of Compassion

    Chenrezig means in Tibetan « The One Who Continually Looks Down with the Eyes of Compassion”.

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  • The Wheel of life
    The Wheel of life

    The wheel of life represents the cycle of our conditioned lives that repeat themselves all the time, unless one finds a way to free oneself, see the truth as it is, and thus reach the nirvana.

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  • Green Tara: Buddhist goddess
    Green Tara: Buddhist goddess

    Forged by the Bodhisattva Chenrezig’s tears in order to bring her help to him, Tara works with him to help human beings to free themselves from suffering. 

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  • Thangka, mindfulness Tibetan painting
    Thangka, mindfulness Tibetan painting

    The Thangkas are a very codified art, we are absolutely not in a pure artistic expression but rather a self-reflection approach of human nature and balance of the world.

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  • Silver filigree jewellery: treasure of Indonesia
    Silver filigree jewellery: treasure of Indonesia

    Filigree is a technique used in jewellery, which consists of creating a jewel from a silver or gold thread. The thread is twisted, then crushed on two sides in order to create an embossment on the edge that will be visible once the jewel is finished. 

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  • Trek in Nepal: the Mustang area
    Trek in Nepal: the Mustang area

    The Mustang is a small Tibetan enclave in the Nepalese territory which is nothing like the rest of the country. This ancient kingdom was only visited by rare explorers and that’s probably why its character is so strong and authentic.

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  • Trekking in Nepal in April
    Trekking in Nepal in April

    Many people often advise you to come in autumn to trek in Nepal… and yet, living the springtime in the Himalayan forests is simply a spectacular show

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  • Tibetan singing bowl on the traces of shamanism
    Tibetan singing bowl on the traces of shamanism

    In Kathmandu, the Thamel’s quarter locks down with its narrow overcrowded streets directly draws us in a mystical shamanic world which conducive to daydreaming. The great climbers’ dreams go alongside lucky charms and other mystical items flowing from the shamanic heritage of the Tibetan mountain peoples. It's out of the question to brave the world's highest peaks without an animistic understanding of things. Among all these items, a particular discovery catches my attention. That's the...

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  • Things to do in Phnom Penh?
    Things to do in Phnom Penh?

    Take the time to stop and visit Phnom Penh for a couple of days because this city abounds with points of interest and is a good starting point to understand Cambodian culture.

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  • What to do in Cambodia
    What to do in Cambodia

    Cambodia is, of course, famous for its Angkor temples but this country has also plenty of resources. The landscapes and the Khmer culture are great to discover as this country stay very authentic because tourism is very slowly developing.

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  • The Apsara cambodian dancers, a real jewel from Cambodia
    The Apsara cambodian dancers, a real jewel from Cambodia

    The Apsara dancers’ beauty is unequalled and undoubtedly increased by the richness of their traditional costumes. The dancer's glitter with a thousand lights under their flashy, fake jewels covering them from head to toe.

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  • Cambodia travel : Discover the richness of the Cambodian wedding dresses
    Cambodia travel : Discover the richness of the Cambodian wedding dresses

    Whoever comes to visit Cambodia knows that the Cambodian wedding is a real institution. Wedding festivities go on for 3 days and if you are unlucky enough to stay nearby, you will be awakened each morning at 6 o’clock by the Buddhist monks.

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