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“60 Seconds in Bangkok”

[dropcap]T[/dropcap]raveling to Asia is traveling with a sense of spirituality, very different from the Wests materialism and servitude to the one hundredth of a second. But East and West have many things in common many moments of harmony.

Although the countries in South East Asia have easily adopted and adapted some of the every day aspects of western lifestyles, and still with little prejudice, they look to the West for affirmation.

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Yet they have been assertive in maintaining the most important characteristic of their every day life. The Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia, Japan, China, South Korea, Taiwan, Singapore, Laos, Myanmar and still more countries, live between modernity and the past. In what has become as a close union between God and Petroleum, Peace, Islam and Liberty!

“60 Seconds” proposes to open a window on the Countries of the Dragon, and reflect on the overall impact of Chinese migration through Asia Pacific, over the last twenty years, its impact and the synchronicity between religions and economics.

Opening this 60 second window, we will capture a viewpoint, that consists of dozens of pieces, a handful of seconds of life, loves, dreams, the mundane, the everyday, a view of hundreds of millions of people, populating this new Asia.

The “60 Seconds” principle does not reveal the personal or autobiographical, merely sixty seconds, that make one minute.

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