Photo 7 Jul 145 notes Green Tara

Green Tara

Video 6 Jul 13 notes

Buddha’s Lost Children

Buddha’s Lost Children is a 2006 documentary film by Dutch director Mark Verkerk. The feature film tells the story of Khru Bah Neua Chai Kositto, a Buddhist monk who has dedicated his life to orphaned children in the Golden Triangle area of Thailand. The film opened in Dutch cinemas in September 2006.

Quote 5 Jul 6 notes
Learning is like a boundless sea, only diligence can reach the shore.
— Chinese proverb
Photo 5 Jul 69 notes arsvitaest:

Two cats
Color lithograph from the Kokka magazine, ca. 1898-99. Name of artist unknown.
The Kokka magazine is a monthly Japanese art journal which has continued, with some breaks, from 1889 to the present. For more information, visit The Jane Carnegie Oriental Art Library.

arsvitaest:

Two cats

Color lithograph from the Kokka magazine, ca. 1898-99.
Name of artist unknown.

The Kokka magazine is a monthly Japanese art journal which has continued, with some breaks, from 1889 to the present. For more information, visit The Jane Carnegie Oriental Art Library.

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Photo 5 Jul 2 notes vintage travel poster

vintage travel poster

Photo 4 Jul 114 notes Yi Peng: The festival of lights in Chiang Mai, Thailand.

Yi Peng: The festival of lights in Chiang Mai, Thailand.

Photo 4 Jul 11 notes rug, Ottoman Empire

rug, Ottoman Empire

Photo 4 Jul 101 notes exoticana:

Bangkok

exoticana:

Bangkok

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Photo 3 Jul 335 notes
Photo 3 Jul 90 notes nihon-no-ningyou:

A well-preserved gogatsu ningyo doll.  19th century, Japan.

nihon-no-ningyou:

A well-preserved gogatsu ningyo doll.  19th century, Japan.

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