Emergency shelters made from paper: Shigeru Ban at TEDxTokyo

Emergency shelters made from paper: Shigeru Ban at TEDxTokyo

Translator: Akinori Oyama Reviewer: Emma Gon Hi. I am an architect. I am the only architect in the world making buildings out of paper like this cardboard tube, and this exhibition is the first one I did using paper tubes. 1986, much, much longer before people started talking about ecological issues and environmental issues, I […]

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Ancient Mesopotamia 101 | National Geographic

Ancient Mesopotamia 101 | National Geographic

(soft music) – [Narrator] The story of writing, astronomy, and law. The story of civilization itself begins in one place. Not Egypt, not Greece, not Rome. But Mesopotamia. Mesopotamia is an exceedingly fertile plain situated between the Tigris and the Euphrates Rivers. For five millennia, the small strip of land situated in what is today […]

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Magic Mirror – SNL

Magic Mirror – SNL

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Magic, Clocks and the Fabergé Egg — Brittany Cox at The Interval

Magic, Clocks and the Fabergé Egg — Brittany Cox at The Interval

Continuing in this vein of wonder, we have Robert-Houdin. This is the gentleman who revealed the defecating duck to be a fake. So he did many things. Not only was he an incredible clock maker and magician and also invented the mystery clock, he actually was hired by the French government to put down a […]

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Melton Graffiti Preventative Education and Street Art Activation Program

Melton Graffiti Preventative Education and Street Art Activation Program

Four years ago if you were driving down a street in Melton you’d find graffiti on just about everything you looked at, NBN boxes on the side of the road, telephone boxes, light poles, shop walls, graffiti was pretty rampant. It was really quite ugly. We’ve got a crew on the ground every day, five […]

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School Education (Primary and Secondary) at Macquarie University

School Education (Primary and Secondary) at Macquarie University

Id like to welcome you all tonight to the webinar, where we’re going to discuss the professional development opportunities offered to you by the Department of Educational Studies at Macquarie University. During the session, you’re going to learn about how Macquarie can help you to become a teacher, a more highly accomplished teacher, and an educational […]

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아뜨랑스 기솔 모델 [in San Francisco] #3 VLOG 📷 | ENGㅣJP sub

아뜨랑스 기솔 모델 [in San Francisco] #3 VLOG 📷 | ENGㅣJP sub

It was our first time going to San Francisco. Everything was beautiful, even the sunshine. Even the busking in broad daylight was cool. Hambergers were so delicious. Now we’re going to check our locations. PIER 39 (PIER 39) It was full of pretty souvenir shops. (Lombard street) Unfortunately, the flowers withered. (Alamo Square) The view […]

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Modular Origami Magic Rose Cube Instructions

Modular Origami Magic Rose Cube Instructions

How to make an origami magic rose cube tutorial Hello origami fellows My name is Ventsislav Vasilev In this tutorial i will demonstrate how to fold this magic cube rose Design by Valerie Vann First step: Prepare 3 red square papers with size 10cm x 10cm for the flower and 3 green square papers with […]

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How to Draw Magic Objects : How to Draw a Magic Ring

How to Draw Magic Objects : How to Draw a Magic Ring

Alright folks in this series, we are drawing magical objects and in this clip I’m going to teach you how to draw different types of magical rings. So let’s come up here in this corner and we’ll start up here. Now obviously in theory rings are quite simple. You can just kind of draw the […]

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