STORIES

Japan and Globalisation – Shifting Perspectives

Written by Hakuei Kosato, Be Movement issue 3 – JAPAN, published March 2014 Sushi. Ramen. Anime. Mount Fuji. Hokkaido. Kyoto. Hardly a day goes by without someone outside of Japan… READ MORE

Photography by David Lalanne / / / / / / / /

Why Do Children From India Ask More Questions Than Children From Singapore?

Written by Namita Shirish Kinjawadekar, Be Movement issue 4 – INDIA, published August 2014 From my experiences, both as a teacher and a student, I have noticed a marked difference… READ MORE

Photography by Christian Jarno / / / / / / / / / / /

Is it too late for Bali?

Written by Cassie Lim, Be Movement issue 2 – BALI, published April 2013 AN INTERVIEW WITH ALISTAIR SPEIRS In a world oiled by diplomacy and discretion, especially when it comes to interviews,… READ MORE

interview and photography by Cassie Lim / / / / / / / / / / / / / / /

Treehouses are a kid’s dream

Written by Cassie Lim, Be Movement issue 3 – JAPAN, published March 2013 “Before I was interested in treehouses, I had nothing, no purpose to live my life. Treehouses and trees… READ MORE

interview by Cassie Lim, photography by David Lalanne and Treehouse Creations / / / / / / / / / / / / / /

Regaining the World’s Trust

Written by Dr. Kiyoshi Kurokawa, Be Movement issue 3 – JAPAN, published March 2014 At the beginning of July 2012, as Chairman of the Fukushima Nuclear Accident Independent Investigation… READ MORE

photography by David Lalanne / / / / / / / / / / /

Most creative country – North Korea?

Written by Cassie Lim, Be Movement issue 1 – SINGAPORE, published October 2012 Which is the most creative country in the world? North Korea? The heading seems like a contradiction… READ MORE

by Cassie Lim, photography by Fredrik Härén / Singapore Issue / / / / / / /

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