Seashell Harvesting

Posted by on Jun 12, 2012 in Blogs, Sofie´s Chosen | No Comments
Seashell Harvesting

Seashell Harvesting Text & photo by Sofie Olsen The Moken People have traditionally lived a nomadic life as hunters and gatherers. Today, many of their traditions are rapidly disappearing due to strong influence from the mainland, permanent settlement, and dependency on the financial system. For years, the Moken were denied to fish and gather seafood […]

Photo Essay: Sofie Olsen´s The Moken People

Posted by on Jun 11, 2012 in Blogs, In the Media | No Comments
Photo Essay: Sofie Olsen´s The Moken People

The Norwegian photographer documents the Austronesian tribes´s aquatic-based culture and their struggle against modernity through her breathtaking images… In dazeddigital.com

Leafs in the wind

Posted by on Jun 11, 2012 in Blogs, Experimental Archeology | No Comments

Leafs in the wind (This is an excerpt from a blog written by Reidar Solsvik during our 2010 expedition, where we sailed a Kabang up the southeastern norwegian coastline. More blogs on this topic to come. ) The Kabang carries one small sail made out of dried palm-leafs, only about 3 m by 3m. With is’s […]

Deeper blue

Posted by on Jun 6, 2012 in Blogs, In the Media | No Comments
Deeper blue

Deeperblue.com writes about Project Moken´s involvement with the Moken. http://www.deeperblue.com/the-moken-project-saving-the-gypsies-of-the-sea/