National Museum of Ethnology in Osaka, Japan

A Message from an Artist

*This photo was taken when I viewed the permanent exhibition at the National Museum of Ethnology. However, viewers are not allowed to touch the art. [Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, exhibitions at The National Museum of Ethnology are postponed until Autumn 2021.] By Yoko-Sonya In November 2019, I attended a Read more…

Fire stick entertainer

Talent, In All Shapes and Sizes

By Justin Schroth The Olympics has been a massive event celebrated around the world for longer than anyone alive can remember. Opening and closing ceremonies have became an expected part of the event, and this expectation also extends to the Paralympic Games. In a recent announcement for the Tokyo 2020 Read more…

Paralympic Athlete Siamand Rahman in front of the Kabukiza Theater

Power-Lifting Spirits Up #1YearToGo

By Justin Schroth What does a man that can lift over twice his weight, two Paralympic gold medals, and Kabukiza have in common? That would be Siamand Rahman being photographed at one of Tokyo’s famous Kabuki theaters, for the final addition to The Tokyo Organising Committee’s recognition of Paralympic Athletes. Read more…