Culture

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Queen of the Termites

Words and translation by Rocio Martínez and Enigma, Peru

The Esa Eja are an endangered indigenous community in the Peruvian Amazon. This is a story of how they are facing the encroachment of modern life.

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Women of the Sulu Archipelago

Photos and words by Jacob Maentz

Traveling in a region dismissed by many as too risky for foreigners to explore, I was lucky enough to witness some of the unique customs and ways of life belonging to the women of the Sama-Bajau and Tausug people

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The Honey Hunters of Nepal

Words by Henry Comyn

The Gurung tribesmen of Nepal scale hundreds of metres up cliff faces to collect potent honey. As the pressure on the hiking regions increases, tourism options are beginning to diversify into the world of the honey hunters.

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A Modern Day Cowboy

Words by Julian Fernandez

With one eye on the past preserving this unique culture and one on the future by educating visitors, Seudiel Walteros is a true Llanero plainsman, a modern day cowboy.