Kinship of Rivers Africa: Victoria Falls, the Zambia River, the Kilimanjaro, Lake Victoria-source of the Nile All is set: 2000 prayer flags from the Yangtze, Mississippi, Ganges, Amazon, Po rivers...and Everest, 2000 prayers for the Good Earth, peace and joy. First place is Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe, then cross the bridge to Zambia, prayer flags linking two … Continue reading Africa 2019
Author: Wang Ping
Kettle falls near grand coulee dam, old fishing camp for the natives when salmons run. The dam blocks the run and destroys the way of life for the natives. Salmons still try to jump through the dam but nothing goes through. The river flags are offered for salmons and the natives. Hope they can go … Continue reading Kettle Falls
Nelson BC at the Kootenay Lake
What a lovely day at Nelson, the arts town on the beautiful Kootenay lake. Fred Wah the poet laureate of Canada grew up here. He took us to the best coffee shop the co-op the restaurant where he worked as a soda boy for his father the bench dedicated to his father and mother and … Continue reading Nelson BC at the Kootenay Lake
The river arts at Castlegar May12th
Morning at Selkirk College. Went down the confluence of the Kootenay and Columbia, dipped flags in the water and sang, hung flags around the campus, meeting amazing people...
Castlegar BC: the water arts symposium and river flags The Water Arts symposium begins at Castlegar BC! River flags hang under the river map made by Rita Wong and Fred Wah and Nick!
Columbia River 2018
Kinship Of Rivers Columbia River 2018 Expedition brings prayer flags along major confluences. Itinerary: Castlegar: Water Arts Symposium, hosted by Selkirk College and Emily Carr University, River Flag Installations at the confluence of the Columbia and Kootenay Columbia Lake: Flag installation at the source, meet the villagers at Canal Flats, paddle Winderemere: visit the farmers … Continue reading Columbia River 2018
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