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Mais de 100 anos depois do enfaixamento dos pés ter sido proibido na China, a inglesa Jo Farrell fotografou 50 mulheres que ainda vivem com as deformidades causadas por esta tradição para o livro «História Viva: Mulheres Com os Pés Enfaixados na China»

Mekong Flower is chiefly grown on small family plots by households belonging to the Damrei Romeal Rice Cooperatives in Takeo, a province dominated by rice fields and sugar palm trees. Cooperative members are using a set of growing methods, called the System of Rice Intensification (SRI), which enable smallholder farmers to harvest more rice from their traditional varieties using less water, seed, land and no chemicals.

Ikebana, one of the traditional arts of Japan, is the Japanese art of flower arranging. It has been practiced for more than 600 years tracing its beginnings to the introduction of Buddhism to Japan when floral offerings were made to Buddha. Ikebana derives from Japanese words, ikeru, meaning to keep alive, living and hana, meaning flower. Possible translations include “giving life to flowers” and “arranging flowers.”

Lotus Flower Chandelier, Contemporary, kitchen, Blake Shaw Homes

Buddhist experts claim the mummified monk in lotus position is still alive and in a deeply meditative state known as tukdam.

de The Daily Beast

China’s Last Foot-Binding Survivors

Bound feet

de BuzzFeed

19 Photos Of The Last Surviving Chinese Women With Bound Feet

Farrell told BuzzFeed: “I asked colleagues if they knew of any women still alive with bound feet and they all said it was highly unlikely.”