Translator: Meral Öztürk Reviewer: For ten years, I thought that I was a green superhero. The story begins back in 2003, when I founded a Danish kids’ fashion brand, called Katvig. I came from a career as a TV presenter, and it’s fair to say I had absolutely no idea about the industry I’d entered.
Translator: Ilze Garda Reviewer: Denise RQ Thank you. Today what I’m going to talk about is: what does it mean to grow up in a pornified culture? What does it mean to live in a society where you are surrounded by images of hypersexualized, pornified women. What does it mean when you live in a
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Translator: Lorcan Walsh Reviewer: Denise RQ Ireland – a land of myths and legends. Here in Ireland, we love telling stories. Legends such as The Children of Lir or The Salmon of Knowledge. Here’s another story: the Irish language is dead. This same myth has been circulating around the world for many minority languages. And
Reviewer: Leonardo Silva On the morning of May 25, 2011, I attempted suicide by tying a rope into a hangman’s noose, putting it around my neck, and then jumping from a log much like the one you see in this photo. Obviously, something went wrong, and I survived. Later someone told me I was lucky,
Translator: Cecile Brevet Reviewer: Christine Frey (Chime) It all started in the year 2000 I was 17 years old and I walked with my backpack through unpaved alleys in the outskirts of Beijing. I saw men cycling. with entire closets and fridges on the back I saw little kids running around half naked playing football,
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Translator: Jerson Partible Reviewer: Denise RQ I am going to start my talk tonight with a few questions to you in the audience, and all that I require is a simple yes answer. First question is or was: do any of you have one or more tattoos? (Audience) Yes! Lars Krutak: Alright, great. Do you
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Translator: Hiroko Kawano Reviewer: Peter van de Ven As recently as last week, I’ve been told in class to stop tapping my foot. I’ve been told to think before I speak, to not call out, color in the lines, stop leaving my seat. Life in the public education system as a child with ADHD was
(Music) (Music and singing) (Music ends) Hello, everyone. My name is Nahomi Aso. I perform and teach traditional Japanese dance, under the stage name Wakayagi Baikyo. I live in Shiroishi, to the south of Sendai. The children you saw earlier are my students from Shiroishi. They come to my Japanese dance class offered for free
My name is Benjamin Self. I’m 28 years old, and I’d like to talk to you today about something I call the weak ‘connectivity’ of my third-culture upbringing. First, let me give you some background. I was born in Florida, lived there for a year, then we moved to Georgia, lived there for 5 years,
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Translator: Elena Montrasio Reviewer: Patrizia C Romeo Tomasini Most of the ocean is dark. It’s a darkness so deep that only three people have ever reached its end. It’s a darkness so vast that it covers the world’s longest mountain range, and its grandest canyons. It’s an elusive dark, that covers most of our planet.
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