Traditional Goes Ultra Modern

Traditional Goes Ultra Modern

Jo, listen to me. Massive. If we're not gonna go big,let's just go home. Let's just –let's just quit now, you know? We're going home. No, we're going big,I mean. [ Laughs ] We go big. I want to go home, though,and go to sleep. Okay,or we could go home. I honestly don't care that …

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English Documentary – Malaysian Traditional Food

English Documentary – Malaysian Traditional Food

Assalamualaikum. Hi. I'm Nur Huda Najihah bt Isa. I'm from Faculty of Islamic Contemporary and Course Arabic Languange and Literature Today i want to share about Malaysian traditional food I love to eat Keropok Lekor. Keropok Lekor is a traditional food street snack originating from the East Cost of Malaysia and now popular all over …

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Glasofen: Trachtenfest / Festival of Traditional Dress

Glasofen: Trachtenfest / Festival of Traditional Dress

The tiny village of Glasofen, population 500,has nothing to do with the production of glass. The name in fact refers to an ancient border. It’s a small farming community which, every year,holds a festival of traditional costume. If you’re thinking of the dirndls and lederhosenyou might see at the Munich Oktoberfest, those are relatively modern …

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The Derry Lead – traditional Irish dance

The Derry Lead – traditional Irish dance

Kieran: We're learning a new horn pipe,and it's called "The Derry Lead. " So, from County Derry. And "lead," meaning it's usually done as an opening step. Sometimes in a circle, but as a lead out step. It's one of the few that actually has a name. So it's nice that way, because if someone …

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