Thursday, December 20, 2012

Take Me to the River: In Southeast Asia, Art Turns an Eye to the Water

19 Dec 2012

They nurture the earth, shape wondrous landscapes, and give life to flora and fauna. 
In Southeast Asia, major rivers such as the Mekong are also essential lifelines 
in Burma and neighboring countries, serving as transport lanes, harvesting basins, 
commerce routes and unique ecosystems to secure food and energy supplies 
for communities. But this delicate balance is under threat, and local artists throughout 
the region are raising their voices in alarm.

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