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Podcast Episode 6 with Jeanne Hallacy and Kenneth Wong

Jeanne Hallacy
Kenneth Wong

Filmmaker Jeanne Hallacy’s new documentary, Sittwe, addresses the current Buddhist/Muslim crisis in Burma. She is joined by UC Berkeley Burma scholar Kenneth Wong.

We also tune in to some Bulgarian fusion music, listen to a story by travel writer Matthew Felix, and count baguettes.

Have a listen!

 

Resources for the books, organizations & music in Episode 6:

Matthew Felix (opening story)matthewfelix.com

Himalayan Writers Workshop, with Lavinia Spalding & Jeff Greenwald, Feb-March
2018: himalayanwritersworkshop.com/turning-the-wheel

Filmmaker Jeanne Hallacy: jeannehallacy.com

Sittwe film: facebook.com/SittweFilm

Kenneth Wong: sseas.berkeley.edu/people/faculty/kenneth-wong

Uluru and Kilimanjaro stories:
ethicaltraveler.org/2010/12/to-climb-or-not-to-climb-sacred-mountains-the-case- of-uluru
ethicaltraveler.org/2005/03/loss-of-mt-kilimanjaro-icecap-linked-to-global-warming
tinyurl.com/ybutra8k

For more ET News with Natalie Lefevre, visit: ethicaltraveler.org/posts

Music:

Opening story (Turkey): Samanyolu by Yilmaz Metin Bükey, from the album Altin
Sarkilar2
tinyurl.com/ybosd55h

Podcast Theme Music: Energizer by Stephen Kent, from the album Family Tree
stephenkent.net/#about

Closing track: Zhelkya by the very inventive Bulgarian fusion group Oratnitza. This
is from their 2015 album, Folktron
oratnitza.com

Additional music by Jef Stott
jefstott.com

Geo Quiz-zine #4:

Q – There’s one particular street, in Bangkok, where you can find the best pad thai in
Thailand. What is the name of that street?
A – Still up for grabs!! Email your answers to podcast@ethicaltraveler.org

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