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Pakistan Fishermen Losing their livelihood


Pakistan is a country deeply rooted in tradition. Millions of people make a living the same way their ancestors did generations ago. But changing times means life is not as simple as it used to be. Danial Khan travelled to Sindh Province in southeast Pakistan, where he discovered that many people are struggling to keep traditional practices alive.

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Pakistan Fishermen Losing their livelihood


Pakistan is a country deeply rooted in tradition. Millions of people make a living the same way their ancestors did generations ago. But changing times means life is not as simple as it used to be. Danial Khan travelled to Sindh Province in southeast Pakistan, where he discovered that many people are struggling to keep traditional practices alive.

 

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PAKISTAN FISHERMEN CREDITS

NARRATOR: Danial Khan

WRITERS/PRODUCERS: Danial Khan

CAMERAMAN: Adeel Ijaz, Masood Shahid, Asif Afridi

EDITOR: Mohsin Zahoor

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The Indian village Where everyone’s name is a song


High in the mountains of eastern India lies the village of Kongthong. There, people have a truly special way of calling each other, and it has nothing to do with mobile phones. But as Pearly Jacob explains, modern times and technology, are challenging the centuries-old practice.

The Indian village Where everyone’s name is a song


High in the mountains of eastern India lies the village of Kongthong. There, people have a truly special way of calling each other, and it has nothing to do with mobile phones. But as Pearly Jacob explains, modern times and technology, are challenging the centuries-old practice.

 

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every name is a song CREDITS

NARRATOR: Pearly Jacob

WRITER/PRODUCER: Pearly Jacob

CAMERA/EDITOR: Pearly Jacob

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Philippines’ last batok (tattoo) artist?


Artists and craftspeople often have apprentices to teach their skills to, so the tradition can be passed down from one generation to the next. But in the Philippines – the ancient tattooing art of Batok – is down to its last surviving artist. Videojournalist Peter Carney met her and the young woman who hopes to keep the tradition going.

Philippines’ last batok (tattoo) artist?


Artists and craftspeople often have apprentices to teach their skills to, so the tradition can be passed down from one generation to the next. But in the Philippines – the ancient tattooing art of Batok – is down to its last surviving artist. Videojournalist Peter Carney met her and the young woman who hopes to keep the tradition going.

 

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philippines batok CREDITS

PRODUCER: Peter Carney

WRITER & EDITOR: Peter Carney

VIDEOGRAPHER CREW: Peter Carney, Geraldine Cuason, Torsten

COORDINATOR/TRANSLATOR: Geraldine Cuason