A load of faith... for who is looking for that. A group of young monks playing around a temple in Chiang Mai.
Shooting from a Tuk Tuk. These are children who return from a small school near the sites of Angkorwat. Along these roads you can see long lines of children all wearing this kind of uniforms, returning alone to their houses or huts. Sometimes walking others by bikes often bigger than themselves.
During a festival not far from Kumamoto, some people have prepared this traditional Japanese dish called Nagashisoumen. Some children help by sliding the Noodles (Soumen) on this bamboo.
Inside the mess hall of the Golden Temple, beyond the free food you also get free drink. Fresh water available for everyone and poured on those aluminum bowls that you see next to the plate. Usually are the kids who go through the rows of people serving the water thanks to these curious mechanisms.
During a festival in southern Japan, I saw an old Japanese summer tradition. It is a cold dish, called NAGASHISOUMEN, which in the past was often served in a particular way. Basically they cut long canes of Bamboo which are used as a slide.
During my stay in northern Thailand I rented a scooter and drove in company with an Australian girl met a few days earlier, through the villages in the mountains around Mae Hong Son. We were looking for the Burma's refugee villages to witness the different situations of life in the villages. This is the "Ban Nai Son Kayan Longneck Village", a small and remote village of huts almost inaccessible because of the dire condition of the road that leads here.