Tag: culture

Tanzania’s Storied Textiles

Tanzania’s Storied Textiles

My name is Angela Uriyo. I’m a first year doctoral student in textiles and apparel management. And I’m originally from Tanzania. It’s just that love of seeing all this colorful and very vibrant fabrics, fashions around me at a very young age that got me into this. The particular textile that I will be exhibiting …

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N. Korea oil embargo, textile export ban on UNSC draft resolution

N. Korea oil embargo, textile export ban on UNSC draft resolution

UN Security Council resolutions currently on North Korea… failed to produce the desired result… with the regime pressing ahead with provocations on an even more frequent basis. In response to the North’s most powerful nuclear test to date, the U.S. is taking the lead… proposing sanctions that could potentially cripple the regime’s finances. Connie Kim …

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Booty O’s Cereal (Unboxing)

Booty O’s Cereal (Unboxing)

OOOOOOOOh youtube! Don’t you dare be sour! Clap for your not-yet-famous youtube champ and feel the power. It’s a new day, yes, it is. Yes, good people, I’m Tuan X, and this is Crazy Dope tastic. Today, I am bringing you Booty-O’s. They make sure you ain’t booty. Now this is a product by the …

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Science behind the elegant Korean traditional attire of hanbok

Science behind the elegant Korean traditional attire of hanbok

Hanbok is a traditional Korean attire with beautiful lines and colors. It is also known to contain the wisdom of the nation’s ancestors. Kim Hyo-sun tells us more. Known for its simple lines and beautiful colors,… hanbok, or traditional Korean clothing, is a cultural heritage with a history of over 15-hundred years. Aside from its …

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How to Tie-Dye T-Shirts: 3 Easy Methods to Try at Home

How to Tie-Dye T-Shirts: 3 Easy Methods to Try at Home

hi guys it's Bob Young from heist embody and today I'll be walking you through three ways to tie-dye your t-shirt we'll be doing three different methods crumpled shibori and spiral first let's go through everything you'll need gloves to protect your hands an apron or old clothes a tarp or plastic cover fabric dye …

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