Videos tagged with "display"
Moonstruck - Photographing mountains in the perfect light [02:46]
The Zurich photographer Willy Spiller is well known for his portrait photography. Now some pieces from his long term "Moonlight" project are on display at th...
Durbar square, Patan Nepal [03:21]
Patan Durbar Square is situated at the centre of Lalitpur city. It is one of the three Durbar Squares in the Kathmandu Valley, all of which are UNESCO World Heritage Sites. One of its attraction is The Ancient Royal Palace where Malla Kings of Lalitpur resided. The three main courtyards in the palace are Mul Chowk, Sundari Chowk and Keshav Narayan Chowk. Besides these courtyards, the complex boasts impressive temples, religious shrines, and historical places, all noted for their exquisite carvings and beautiful display of ancient Newari architecture. (source: Wikipedia)
Every Year During the Indra Jatra Festival there is displays of these puppets in some parts of my city (Lalitpur Nepal) This tradition has been passed down from generation to generation and goes back to centuries ago TV Video Games Youtube nothing existed back then and people used to get entertainments from such things :)
Nepal Night in Christchurch, New Zealand [36:13]
Saturday 8th of Sept 2012, the Non-Resident Nepali Association New Zealand and Nepal New Zealand Friendship Society of Canterbury Inc. (NNZFS) jointed organised a cultural plus fundraising event. This Nepal Night Fundraising Event was held at Templeton Community Hall (Christchurch) in Support of Samata School System in Nepal, also known as Bamboo Schools. The organising team was very pleased to receive highly positive feedback from many guests and members of our own society. Around 400 Nepali and Non-Nepali guests attended the event. Main attractions of the night were live Nepali cultural performances, traditional Nepali food and Nepali arts and crafts for display and also for sale. The net saving of this charity event has been around $7000. Mr. Mark Inglis (Patron, NNZFS), Mrs Mellisa Lee (MP, Parliamentary Private Secretary for Ethnic Affairs), Dr Rod Karr (Vice Chancellor of the University of Canterbury) and Prof. David Simmons from Lincoln University (Patron of Nepal NZ Alumni Association) were our honorary guests of the event.
Giftionery Taipei 2012 blossoms with cultural & creative flair [03:44]
The 66th Giftionery Taipei will be on exhibition from April 19th to April 22nd, 2012 at TWTC hall 1. This year has a total of 459 companies and 630 stands on display, attracting around 14000 visitors. In addition to local companies, Bhutan and Nepal themed exhibition halls are also on display along with the Mainland China exhibition area.This year's new additional fashion gallery and reputable brand authorization sector displays and emphasizes refine products that incorporate creation with daily life, attracting countless visitors.The estimated turnover is 4million 750 thousand US dollars.
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