Great Just amazing and possitive mental alchemy. Blasting a trumpet wearing tap shoes. Just was touching experience to come across this young master Blaster from California. Oakland to be exact, Just amazing skills and attributes to be able to have a great talent in playing the Trumpet and at the same time tap dancing. Gabriel is 14 years and has been playing the trumpet since he was 6 and has been mastering ever since. Well spoken and with great IQ and intelligence.
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Super fast Japanese Bullet Train Guard at Kyoto station https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=19TCw-pn3m8 Special Night Sleeper Train Tokyo to Izumoshi Sunrise Express https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B2V13BQQI0I https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pcyfNk9Gc8k&list=PLIhNiPZsi4pt0aknwOMyhJtuDDJ1d8hue&index=8 Komachi and Hayabusa Shinkansen on Tohoku line https://youtu.be/SYZfrhglG1w https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qfjjy_nQqkQ&list=PLIhNiPZsi4pt0aknwOMyhJtuDDJ1d8hue At Tokyo Terminus station, Trains stop for 7 mins odd for change of drivers. Here the Driver is already on the Platform waiting for his duty, for his train. This Driver is well before his starting time of duty. He point out to signs and signals on the train and on the platform to confirm that the correct signals and signs are noted. Great way to making sure the right actions for highest standard of safety and security of the train and passengers.
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Correct manners are very important among the Japanese. Also as a foreigner. This video shows a tiny fraction of the way Japanese people go about respecting all they do including recycling and mindful about their impact. Even when it comes to organising tiny space, they are considerate. Safety and security is always mitigated to the best of humanly ability and skills.
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Walking the City was just great. Seeing the way of life from the local perspective is the way to learn and understand the way of life in that city, people and the culture. Great place, yet too much of modern means of life has been introduced hence the cultural meaning of values are slowly fading away. This is the case every where in the world.
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Wasi'chu. Wašíču is the Lakota and Dakota word for people of non-indigenous descent, with derogatory connotations. Symbols and Colours of Lakota Native American, The four colours represent the people the natural sources of our world. The first nation land owners of the world all believe that we are part of nature and we belong here temporarily and with must all respect our mother nature. First nation Lakota Tribe also believe that USA if you took the map is that they live on the turtles back and florida being the tail of the Turtle. Hence Turtle is seen as a important symbol of the native living, also the Eagle is the spirit of the ansectors and the eagle take the messages up to the creators.
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One of the Elders were speaking at the meeting at the camp, asking every one to remian and focus in the prayer. It is important to remain in peace to get through the hard times. The first nation Americans are still following their respect for life of humans and life of the mother earth. It is so powerful to continue to remain in the prayer and reflect to protect what is most important to us all WATER. The Yakama Indian Reservation is a Native American reservation of the federally recognized tribe, the Confederated Tribes and Bands of the Yakama Nation.
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July 2012 Buganda is a subnational kingdom within Uganda. The kingdom of the Ganda people, Buganda is the largest of the traditional kingdoms in present-day Uganda, comprising all of Uganda's Central Region, including the Ugandan capital Kampala.
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Experience the city with MyCiTi. Current routes link the historic tourist playground of the central city with a variety of major landmarks. What a great way to introduce the network and dedicate the public transport to serve the people. More and more cities around the world must follow this example of getting people on the public transport than use private and gas consuming transport like private cars.
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Kuala Kangsar to Lenggong was 44KM, yet the local commuter bus would go in the several villages settlements hence the it took an hour bus ride. Great way to also see the local villages and traditional housing as part of the culture of Perak region of Malaysia.
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IfdZKrE1uGY (World Travel Report) MTP Nashi (Japanese Pear), Ringo (Apple), Kaki (Japanese Persimmon),Mikan (Mandarin), Yuzu Orange), There is a stereotype that fruits in Japan are outrageously expensive. The stereotype is wrong in that regular fruits in regular supermarkets are generally reasonably priced like elsewhere in the world. Nonetheless, there is a relatively large market for luxury fruits, and many foreign visitors are surprised when they see premium melons in department stores that cost over 10,000 yen.
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Defend the Sacred Water is Life Hualapai Indian Tribe Arriving at Standing Rock Camp. Peace.
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Sharing is part of Iban traditions for so many years and this is now fading away. Old days the men and women went to collect their food from the forest and came home with all the game and root vegetables and other food. They always cooked together and enjoyed the sharing aspect of life in the longhouse tradition.
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Founded by Mr. Gaston Lenôtre one of the best Pastry Cooks in France during his time. Born on 1920 in Normandy, Gaston Lenôtre quickly showed a true passion for patisserie. In the year 1947, he opened his store in Normandy. In 1957 along with his wife Colette, he first bought a store in Paris at 44 rue d’Auteuil. It was an immediate success! His exceptionally high productivity was the talent that led him to open a catering department in 1964, and soon he was the artist behind the most lavish celebrations.
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Why would you use a Doctor, Spa, Massage centres airport de-stress chairs come and walk on this path and test your health free. Reflexology walking ... The above path is made of very smooth stones laid flat. I was in serious pain trying to walk, Please people do not walk on these pebbles if you are pregnant also notices asking for individuals to refer the doctor before attempting.
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Here the Local is using what is available to catch some fish from the flowing river. He has to do with what ever possible means to find food. As the rivers are now fished to extinction and it will soon become completely dried out of fish and water. As humans are extremely short sigthed.
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Click the Link below to see how to leave a mark on the world http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wk0RYRFyx9w&list=LLM0HcqQPD5Amym-4vBLJtTg&feature=c4-overview Pilgrims have spent several years making pilgrimages to Lhasa and other religious centers from distant places in Tibet, covering the entire distance in a series of prostrations. An average 100,000 times a year which average around 300 times a day. These ladies have been prostrating along for over weeks without stopping to get to their place of pilgrimage. Amazing determination and energy. They just women no difference to women of the world. Please learn to respect women of all nations and learn to be intelligent and respect one another as humans. We are all born the same we need to learn to embrace our lives as one kind the human kind.
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I have used the Shenzhen Metro, to first move quickly through the city, and also it was the cheapest and safest option to get to the Train station for me to make it in time for my night train to Kunming. People were helpful and the station staff now at least understand english you need to be able to slow down and speak to the ticket counter staff and they will be willing to help you.
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Iban Tribe is friendly and amazing people peaceful indeed. Loving people why cant we all be like this? I hope and pray that these people are not been harmed and changed through modern influence. I Witness these changes already on some Iban communities.
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The Green Bazaar, or Zelionyj Bazar, is a place you really should visit when visiting Almaty or Alma-Ata. Just listen to my video and see the true life and welcome of the farmers to the sellers of each stall. They are friendly and open embracing life and the way of life. What an experience and joy walk around in side the market. Learning and tasting the foods of the silk route.
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The Navajo Nation is a semi-autonomous Native American territory covering 27,425 square miles, occupying portions of northeastern Arizona, southeastern Utah, and northwestern New Mexico in the United States. The people of the land have shared so much knowledge with me and I am here to share that very vital information with the entire world.
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Sooner or later, whether you live here or are a visitor to Mérida, you will want to find a restaurant in Centro with truly authentic Yucatecan food. This is the place to have your authentic Mayan food, as you see on this video, the handmade foods are part of the way of life in the authentic restaurant. Well it was the day of Christmas and as you see on this video there was long waiting time to get in I guess would even on a normal day out side of normal weekend days. Great food.
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Saltillo (Spanish pronunciation: ) is the capital and largest city of the northeastern Mexican state of Coahuila and the municipal seat of the municipality of the same name. Saltillo is the capital city of the State of Coahuila and is located 869 km from Mexico City.
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King Street Station is a train station in Seattle, Washington, United States. Located between South King and South Jackson streets and Second and Fourth Avenues South. Built between 1904 and 1906 by the Great Northern Railway and Northern Pacific Railway, the station replaced an antiquated station on Railroad Avenue, today's Alaskan Way.
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I am at these train stations to catch my train to Kunming, Some how my determined means paid off since I managed to buy a ticket on the nine PM train to Kunming. China is an exciting and amazing nation and people you will see my interaction with the people and how they were responding to me. Always have been good experiences as they are now becoming to help and learn to care for outsiders. I really enjoy this nation and it's people.
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I am at Zhengzhou train station, whilst I was waiting for my train to shanghai, I spent my time talking to the people around the train station and bus station. It is always so interesting and so much going on and also so much to learn from the people of the country. It is the best way to travel in china and also the cheapest and safest was to travel.
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Ugly act of Tourists in Japan https://studio.youtube.com/video/ZBKFMo0hSiQ/edit?utm_campaign=upgrade&utm_medium=redirect&utm_source=%2Fmy_videos Learn from Japanese People watch this behaviour by non Japanese beings. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VBOL8CIc3ss The rest of the world do not know how to care for thier living space keeping it clean from plastic. Never mind being able to take responsible steps towards anything else. Little we see with our nature, little we see with our selves we have sold our soul. If the next generation is going to take instructions from us on all levels and do only what we want them to do. It is a meaningless next generation there is nothing next about it. I am so glad that Japan is still showing us there are humans who are able to value and respect the life of a child at young age. Thank you for teaching the entire world your amazing ways of life. I bow down to this core value of life and allowing the life of a child to thrive. Japan's independent kids. This is because Human Conciseness is more present in Japan than anywhere in the world. Respectful and thoughtful. I am bringing the consciousness of humans in Japan compared that to the rest of the world. We have made the world a place not even the animals are able to live in peace not even plant is safe with western living and social conditions. In Japan, small children take the subway and walk alone, to the school, no parent in sight. The reason why has more to do with social trust than self-reliance. Western standards, Japanese culture emphasises independence and self-reliance from an extraordinarily young age.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vrk8GoBlwZA&list=UUM0HcqQPD5Amym-4vBLJtTg How to Wrap an Arab Head Scarf. I am been shown how to wear a Traditional keffiyeh. Arab head scarves, or shemaghs, are a small departure from the traditional Arab turban, but they have been used for centuries. Toward the end of the 1980s, the keffiyeh became a fashion accessory in the United States and, during the 2000s, it became very popular among adolescents in Tokyo, where it was often worn with camouflage-style clothing.
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Travelling around modern city of Kumasi, you will see there more western style cloths and all of the traditional lifestyle is dying and fading away. The modern culture Tshirt cap smartphone and tablet. Sad way of life we think we are developing no we are loosing individual identity and traditions and following in the path of dead end. I wish and hope the world and population of the world is going to learn soon. Kumasi is approximately 300 miles north of the Equator and 100 miles (160 km) north of the Gulf of Guinea. Kumasi is alternatively known as "The Garden City" because of its many beautiful species of flowers and plants.It is also called Oseikrom.
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