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    3D flavors

    Remember we mentioned before the amazing world created by 3D printers? We thought that it was already very cool, it turns out that you can make a couple of adjustments, and voila! Food in three dimensions.

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  • FRANCE 

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    Made in Japan (with love and care)

    It’s time to drink your matcha tea! Today I wish to take an interest in the art of the Japanese lifestyle between sophistication and simplicity…

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  • FRANCE 

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    Paul Jacoullet, travelling artist

    This week, we’re talking about the first retrospective show in France of Paul Jacoulet’s work at the Quai Branly museum

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  • CHILE 

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    Feline Obsession

    Some people have had the desire to be more like cats, let’s discover how…

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    Japanese Dream

    Japanese Dream: Felice Beato and the Japanese school of Yokohama, is the perfect read to continue traveling with your mind when the dreadful moment comes for you to return from the summer vacations! The book is a collection of wonderful […]

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  • CHINA 

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    Sand Castle Festival

    Sand art is the practice of modeling sand into an artistic form, such as a sand brushing, sand sculpture, sand painting, or sand bottles. A sand castle is a type of sand sculpture resembling a miniature building, often a castle. […]

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  • UK 

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    Floating girl

    After we blogged in Benetton China’s blog about this craze namely “Planking” in Taiwan, incredible stills featured a young girl posed like a dead plank (hence the word planking) in awkward places such as on a fishmonger’s chopping table. I stumbled this […]

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    How to roll a sushi

    Sushi is the most famous Japanese dish and one of the most eating subcultures developed outside of Japan, great alternative to leafy salads. I, now showing you how to roll a home made sushi using the basic of ingredients, it […]

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  • UK 

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    A year of Dragons

      Last Sunday was the eve of the Lunar New Year. Lunar New Year is the largest and most important annual festival celebrated by the Chinese and Chinese descendants around the world. Lunar New Year brings the world’s largest migration […]

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  • CHINA 

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    A stairway to heaven

    Today we are going to talk about an exhibition by photographer – Ninagawa Mika. Ninagawa Mika was born in Tokyo, and she is the most popular photographer in Japan now. Her work has a variety of styles, such as bright […]

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  • PORTUGAL 

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    Play Sigg

    I am a big fan of SIGG bottles and, apparently, I’m not the only one who thinks that SIGG bottles are small pieces of art. A group of young creative Japanese artists decided to build an interactive installation, a screen […]

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  • CHINA 

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    Red memories

    After coming back from my Japan vacation at the end of August, I soon flew to Shanghai to attend the COLORS exhibition. There was something different in these trips, in that I started to bring a film camera to travel […]

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