It takes a village To do what, exactly? To raise a child. Yes? What do you mean, to “raise a child”? Well, to feed it, to shape it in line with your values and worldview, to give the parents a... Continue Reading →
Have a look at this recent video project for our excursions in and around Chitwan National Park over the past few days.
Red brick. Concrete mortar. Two stories; both unfinished. Reconstruction. Chaukati, Sindupalchowk, Nepal. A region wracked by the 2015 earthquake. I hesitate to even write about it for fear of appearing voyeuristic. I have such little understanding of this place, of... Continue Reading →
Lal Baba brewing tea
THE DREAM Vehicle and pedestrian traffic in Kathmandu operate as a libertarian’s smog-smothered, hazy utopian dream - humans operating in perfect harmony, collectively (with beautiful mix of chemicals circulating in the air once factories and cars are unrestrained and unleashed... Continue Reading →