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Living With Differences

Malnutrition and unhygienic living conditions often rob many Cambodian mothers of her baby. Though we didn't have any doctors with us, we offered what we could to the seriously ill little boy - prayer. 

Christine Yoo 

University of Southern California

South…

Added by christine yoo on October 31, 2013 at 8:00pm — No Comments

MY HOLİDAY

      In Bayram Holiday I and my familay went to bozcaada . we stayed there for 7 days. We stayed

      in a hotel many people stayed this hotel . I think there were 250 people . I think these 

       people are from very different social status. I think it was very good because all people were 

       equal . There were old cars, new cars therefore. Are you poor? It doesn't matter 

          I think all people are equal we can live in peace all together  In the…

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MY HOLİDAY

                 In Bayram Holiday  I and my familay went to Bozcaada we stayed there

               for 7 days . We stayed in a hotel. Many people stayed in this hotel. I think there were 

               250 people .  I think these people are from very different social status. I think it was very 

                good

             because all people were equal .There were old cars, new cars, therefore …

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Added by mervan umut şentürk on October 31, 2013 at 4:57pm — No Comments

Living with Differences

This picture means difference persons live together like pencils in the pencilcase. Living with differences is important rule of life. We must be respectful to all differences people have. Like black,old,young,ill,disabled persons. Differences isn’t issue, It’s richness of life. All persons are different to another one but It isn’t important, important in the beauty…

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Added by Ali Kaan Bek on October 31, 2013 at 3:30pm — No Comments

Living with Differences: International Student Photo Contest

If we turn to living theory and the simplistic notion, yet difficult reality, of finding small collaborative spaces and moments within the research context that so often consists of such bounded subjectivities, in order to co-create knowledges and identities…

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Added by Matt Ripley on October 31, 2013 at 3:30pm — 1 Comment

Pluralism

Pluralism means the variety of feelings,beliefs,ideas and the way to express them.Plurasim is the naturel condition of democracy and individual freedom.

In this photo,I wanted  to show that a country’s citizen has many national differences. At the same time;although the individuds have different cultures.ideas,desicions they can get on well with eachother.this…

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Added by Hale Beyza Karaçimen on October 31, 2013 at 3:00pm — No Comments

Living With Differences

          

 

    In this photo people live happily with together .People live in the forest .So take plenty of  oxygen. That’s why the settlement here.City residents are more likely to become sick  couldn’t  get plenty of oxygen. People who live in the forest are healthier  and more long-lasting.Although it is difficult living conditions ,according to the city…

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Added by Bekir Kaan Aşcı on October 31, 2013 at 2:59pm — No Comments

Viva Honduras

This photo was taken on my first trip this summer to Honduras with a program called Students Helping Honduras. Through this program, I went to help continue to grow the town of Villa Soleada and to build schools in branching towns. Out of the all of the pictures I took while I was there (which was not many, because I found myself wanting to play with the kids instead…

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Added by Sophie Goodfellow on October 31, 2013 at 2:00pm — No Comments

AYRAN & BEER

In this photo there are two special drinks from two different countries.The first one is special Turkish drink called 'AYRAN'.The second one  is special German drink called ' BEER'

I think ayran is Turkey's cultural symbol,beer is Germany's cultural symbol.Ayran is made iwith water and yogurt.Beer is made  with barley.Both of them are delicious.they are…

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Added by cenker karaörs on October 31, 2013 at 2:00pm — No Comments

Living with Differences

Take my picture, mister !

Mahendra Dwi Putra

South China University of Technology

Indonesia

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Living with Differences

Pray, Faith, Bless.

Batu Cave, Kuala Lumpur
Dasein Academy of Art
Nationality: Malaysia

Added by Beh Yit Xian on October 31, 2013 at 1:27pm — No Comments

Living with Differences

   

 In this photo I am with my family and relatives . As you see different generations are together and are having nice time. In my family there is no generation gap problems because we spend time together time by time and we have common memories…

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Added by Mehmet Kutay Yavuzkol on October 31, 2013 at 1:22pm — No Comments

Living With Differences

 

 

This picture tells  about different people and different cultures.A man travels arpund the world and he goes to other countries.He performs a show to make people aware of differences makes the world colourful  ..The man travels the world  with a bag nothing more. .All articles are in the bag.The man starts  the show and audience…
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Added by Ogeday Altınelli on October 31, 2013 at 1:04pm — No Comments

Entry for Photo Contest

Mechanical analogy to macroeconomics system

The 6 idealized entities, Landlord, Household, Producer, Capitalist, Government and Finance-Institution, are representative of all of the role-playing parts of the macroeconomics system of a country. As horizontal beams at…

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Added by David Harold Chester on October 31, 2013 at 12:30pm — No Comments

Twins: Zeynep and Murat

       In this Picture i want to show you differences of two people.I choose Zeynep and Murat as examples.They were born at the same time,on the same day in the same year.Although they are twins,they are totally incompatible.I think this is the best way to show that there are 7 millions at different people on the earth and no one is the same.Everyone has diffrent looks,talents and pleasures.

       Fisrtly Zeynep is a girl but Murat is a boy.The way they talk,smile or cry are totally…

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Added by Sule Fins on October 31, 2013 at 12:00pm — No Comments

Walking With Differences!

God's earth is vast, His people diverse and their moments different, yet filled with harmony at the same time. This photograph is the epitome of this very fact. For a grandmother, tired of walking a long distance, a brief stop over at a field is…

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Added by Bakhtawar Ahmad on October 31, 2013 at 11:39am — No Comments

Living with Differences

There is a lot of people who are physically challenged in this world. For this reason many of them don't get proper opportunities in the professional field. Sometimes some of them choose begging having no other option. We should stop this kind of discrimination. They deserve proper attention and opportunities. Turjoy Chowdhury Brac University Nationality:…

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Added by Turjoy Chowdhury on October 31, 2013 at 10:18am — 1 Comment

Living with Differences

There is a lot of people who are physically challenged in this world. For this reason many of them don't get proper opportunities in the professional field. Sometimes some of them choose begging having no other option. We should stop this kind of discrimination. They deserve proper attention and opportunities.



Turjoy Chowdhury

Brac…

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Added by Turjoy Chowdhury on October 31, 2013 at 10:02am — No Comments

Commemorating Mass Atrocities

The respect for victims of mass atrocities transcends difference in nationality, culture, religion. It is part of a global ethic of responding to crimes against humanity, and monumental commemorations such as the ones depicted overwhelm with power of compassion and affect those who experience them in such a way that they dedicate their time to asking 'why?'

Locations:…

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Added by Lyuba G on October 31, 2013 at 9:02am — No Comments

Living with Differences

Starbucks in Front Migrant Workers' Housing 

Shanghai is an incredibly diverse city. During the day, the streets are filled with tourist masses strolling through the city with Starbucks cups in hand, eager to absorb every sight of dazzling skyscrapers. At night, a different crowd emerges. The migrant workers, who travel from neighboring…

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Added by Michael Christian Lorenz on October 31, 2013 at 6:31am — No Comments

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