(Deconstructing in-order to find new meanings)
A blogging space about my personal interests; was made during training in Stockholm #Young Leaders Visitors Program #Ylvp08 it developed into a social bookmarking blog.
I studied #Architecture; interested in #Design #Art #Education #Urban Design #Digital-media #social-media #Inhabited-Environments #Contemporary-Cultures #experimentation #networking #sustainability & more =)
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p.s. sharing is usually out of interest not Blind praise.
This is neither sacred nor political.
Friday, March 13
The wellbeing of communities depends on the wellbeing of their members – and financial stability is at the core of our potential to thrive. Yet all too often, individuals and families aren’t connected with the basic financial services, educational resources and dedicated support they need to make choices that will lead to healthier lives and stronger communities. In our Financial Empowerment Challenge, sponsored by the 3,500 credit unions that form CO-OP Financial Services, and MasterCard, we’ll explore how we might harness the inherent power of our communities to ensure everyone has access to the knowledge and resources that lead to better financial futures.
Monday, March 9
By Katja Vaghi, 05 April 2013
Together with the BalletBoyz’ newest production, Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui’s Sutra is probably the most eagerly awaited tour of the season. Since its première in early 2008, the piece has travelled extensively, touching 60 cities in 28 different countries, and this is its fourth season at Sadler’s Wells. A poem written for seventeen Shaolin monks; one Westerner; and Antony Gormley’s minimalist stage design – with such premises, Cherkaoui’s creation could only be a spectacular show. And indeed it is. Cherkaoui manages to break down Eastern and Western perceptions of each other and proves that martial arts are poetry in motion.