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tv   World Stories - A Blind Photographer  Deutsche Welle  January 8, 2018 12:15am-12:31am CET

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a multimedia project about artists and their right to express their views freely. d.w. don't come to freedom. the d.w. media center see it find it here it discover. video and audio podcast in language courses in the d w media center at media center dot w dot com. this week on the world stories. the boom. another kut-o.
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farming in uganda. at special tours glorifying china's communist leaders but we begin in germany syria corn is a bilin based painter and photography despite her blindness she's most of the art of visual expression in a world of darkness. zere khan is blind she can't see colors outlines or even light. but she can recognize them by using her other senses. and that is how she chooses her subjects. but i don't overextend just a moment when i'm alone i take pictures according to the sounds the smell or the mood of the setting. for example and now i can feel the pavement that's a little different take pictures of that. first of all or receive or that bird just now i want to capture it in my photographs so therefore i had a thing for the movie as a child it was really
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a concord still see and she used to photograph and paint a lot but that changed when at the age of twelve she lost her eyesight in a car accident it wasn't until she was in her forty's that a professional photographer encouraged her to start again by exploring the world in her own way. out of america. and that's when i realized wow this opens up a dialogue between the sighted and the blind fund it was so interesting that i decided to continue i've been taking pictures ever since. her husband often helps by telling her what the things she touches and hears look like. pictures capture everyday objects in a new light. she can also discern color using a special sensing device for blind people. are you seeing it squeaks
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like that so it's lighter. working with light is a special challenge. well no question and i'm going on aunt. who really used different types of plants of that i was the model and tried to feel the light on my skin and. you can play a lot with the light and shadow and i wanted to find out how to do that in a controlled way you but it's quite difficult as a blind person. cilia konkani see the pictures she has taken for that she needs the help of a sighted person. who. has gray here and white here and then it narrows all the way down to here. on the day make of it it depends on how the person describes it and my husband has known me for so long that he knows exactly what to say so that i can picture it myself then it's almost like
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seeing it with my own eyes but there's no question about who decides whether a picture should be exhibited grace well it's me if we're all to believe she does there are her pictures. sometimes she try to nudge me in a certain direction but it mostly doesn't work my friends club. the result is a window into video khan's view of the world. house is an increasingly popular variety of of a card especially in europe. farmers in uganda are now diversifying their crops in order to profit from the boom in demand for this super food which. once upon a time coffee was grown here but this these areas used to prepare. ugandan farmers are responding to soaring demand for the fruit from us want to give it to
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things that entice them into any production that is the market for their product and the price soft. market for the sport that has been the export market. this farming cintra uganda produces different varieties some types such as haas are particular on the international market the liberal provide a product to divide these depending on the age of the tree and on the size of the farm and the nature of this was to give an example of our farm. which is between two and a half years to the us. we if you can give us a clue fifty k. used to four hundred and fifty depending on device. but delivery often proves the challenge. when he trades roads in some parts of
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the country become impossible. in uganda's capital kampala exporters see the current to me to be my. kicker foods one of uganda is largest exporter ships at least thirty times to europe every month the market would be ok if we had the. commercial farmlands of a tree and so if we had a chain to maintain its credited for it that i was in the market it would be much better because the people from promise who have resumed their bucket. there is no fish or data to show how much uganda has ever cut a trade is worth but exporters point trained. south africa already runts among the top exporting countries in the water and farmers elsewhere in africa hoping to tap into the growing markets to.
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the personality cult surrounding mountie john continues to impact on chinese society tours retracing the footsteps of the former leader attracts thousands of pilgrims while also serving the current government's propaganda strategy it's known as red tourism. chinese farmers living a carefree life in the countryside. suddenly chiang kai shek smashing this troops destroyed it too. these are scenes from the chinese civil war of the one nine hundred forty s. we enacted for old and young every day visitors can see how most of the ones out numbered communist troops beat back the nationalist advance performances part of the tourist program in the northern city of. loveless good onya the way that chairman mao liberated in concord back then it was really spectacular.
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when gintas sister a spending their school holidays here with their grandparents they want to do their part for the children's education. to laurel if you're going to go tell you about the children should learn more about the history of the revolution how mal conquered the whole country from here and founded the new china. the communists entrenched themselves in yen on to escape their enemy after the revolution the city became a place of pilgrimage now more tourists come here then ever before there is a clear propaganda purpose behind the doors like mao presidency wants to be idolized the personality code of china's most powerful man is rife in the village of young jaha an hour's drive away one of millions of chinese you with whom our exiled to the countryside she had to loom from the farmers in this village.
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chairman she lived in this cave with a comrade the photos are of his time in the village have a look. religious build cave homes that protected them from the harsh mountain climate the official tour guide say she learned to understand the common people here i claimed i was a tourist journalists aren't welcome here. in yen on the quantum and he has reached the cave where mo once lived but there is zero criticism of the late chairman here and no mention of the millions of people who died because of his policies and i didn't do shit out of everyone has flaws. no one is perfect. but mao led china out of misery and that's what counts. the revolution is almost over only one more stop today and then the children will have completed this part of their writ education.
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and we close with south africa. for residents of cape town but boone's are a past locals are now using a noisy but you made deterrent toward the animals on. a boon burglary in south africa's keep potential people dashes primate is an almost daily occurrence thanks to brazen boone's in search of their next meal. pot riley has seen her fair share of the monkey business their last woman character and they're coming to your house and they make an awful mess. with it but not too bad they have been in my house quite often. they're not aggressive they're find them aggressive and they're not pretty interested in you they were looking for
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fruit that's what they're looking for to drive the monkeys out of our brain areas conservationists from the human wildlife solutions organization have been testing a new strategy g.p.s. callers are used to track the baboons movements once the pesky primates get close to town come the boom boxes. of pertaining to or predators the long course songs of the sounds of animals being killed they're scared to go. and a few bangs from a bear. reinforces the scary and earth and the void the. with the help of predators such as lions leopards and hyenas the aim is to create what they call a landscape of fear an imaginary by injury that the monkeys do not dare to cross for villagers in nearby her manas it's music to their ears and we've noticed in the
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last two weeks since the this team arrived with what they call the virtual fence and we've had like literally never variants for the last two weeks so we've all been saying is it our imagination or are these certainly never birds but there are certainly nova variants. at stake is the region's famed but britain population until recently the cheeky monkeys would have been shot following positive results the plan is now to rule out the system in other cape town suburbs hopefully ensuring that fewer and fewer light fingered friends are killed unnecessarily. injure the conflict zones this week conflict zone is it the us army small in first training area is a very our guest is lieutenant general ben hodges commander of the some thirty
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thousand u.s. soldiers in europe with such a concert the commander in chief in washington many people in europe are wondering is america still a reliable power if not the. next d.w. . in good shape. we talked to the experts on site and some hospitals dangerous pathogens lurk. there's a lot of fear in the hospital because of modern resistant bacteria. antibiotics are often powerless to combat them what kind of threat do these bacteria really pose how can they be stopped. in good shape in sixty minutes. please leave.
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the out. of this we can't think zone is at the u.s. army sold fares training area in the various our guest is lieutenant general ben hutches commander of some thirty thousand u.s. .


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