The "Inaugural Edition" of The Other Hundred Project Hong Kong - 2013
The stories of people around the world who are not rich but who deserve to be celebrate
"The Inaugural Edition of The Other Hundred was meant as a counterpoint to the Forbes 100, Bloomberg billionaires list, and the countless other rich lists that are constantly making headlines. The aim was to highlight the stories of people around the world who are not rich but who deserve to be celebrated. Its 100 photo-stories move beyond the stereotypes and cliches that fill so much of the world's media to explore the lives of people whose aspirations and achievements are at least as noteworthy as any member of the world's richest 1,000. Selected from 11,000 images shot in 158 countries and submitted by nearly 1,500 photographers, The Other Hundred celebrates those who will never find themselves on the world's rich lists or celebrity websites. The Other Hundred is a not-for-profit initiative of the Global Institute For Tomorrow."
Story of "Holy Week & Easter Ceremony of Christian Arabs"
Orthodox Christians who live in Antakya approximately for 2000 years, have celebrated the Easter Holiday with excitement. Different rituals organized in the last holy week of 50 days of fasting. After the flower fest on the 08th April 2012,which is celebrated for the arrival of the Jesus Christ to Jerusalem; his arresting,judgement and crucifixion were remembered with prays and rituals. The Easter ceremony which has started with the candle lights at 5.00 a.m. with the arrival of the Holy Light from Jerusalem on the 15th April 2012, and it has concluded with the shatter of the colorful eggs which represent the rise of the Jesus Christ from the grave. Some of the local cultures have been inspired with colorful rituals in the Holy Week. Olive oil and daphne were blessed with ceremonies.
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