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episode 1 – mass tourism [2/2]

Willing to listen to the voices of Buscalan, I went to meet Maria Apo Wang Od, who recently became famous for her traditional tattoos. While her work is so unique that it is worth to be known everywhere, one cannot ignore some ‘side effects’ that big waves of tourists cause arriving in a small village as Buscalan.
In this episode, we consider the impact of infrastructures on nature, that put at threat the old tradition of rice cultivation and the pollution of solid waste. The interview was taken in English and Butbut dialect. Any misinterpretation or wrong translation can be reported at [email protected] Support us in creating Butbut subtitles!

Created and filmed by Alessandra Monticelli
Edited by Riccardo Monticelli
Subtitled by Alex Caini

episode 1 – mass tourism [1/2]

#masstourism #spreadtheword #empowerknowledgesharing Hello, world! In this episode, we attempt to understand the local point of view on tourism in Batad, Ifugao region, Luzon Island, Philippines. The feature of Batad is its rice terraces, whose age has been estimated 2000 years old, although there is no evidence of it. The teachings on rice cultivation are orally transmitted, but new generations are more likely to move to urban realities so that the preservation of this tradition might be at threat. Nevertheless, having become a tourist attraction the environmental impact of infrastructures and the difficulty around solid waste management constitute a danger for nature and local communities. Lanzer, a local guide, suggests some solutions.

Created and filmed by Alessandra Monticelli
Edited by Riccardo Monticelli
Subtitled by Alex Caini

— Video Editing Support —
Luca Waver
Davide Natali
Roberto Origlia

episode 1 - mass tourism [1/2]
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#masstourism #spreadtheword #empowerknowledgesharing Hello, world! In this episode, we attempt to understand the local point of view on tourism in Batad, Ifugao region, Luzon Island, Philippines. The feature of Batad is its rice terraces, whose age has been estimated 2000 years old, although there is no evidence of it. The teachings on rice cultivation are orally transmitted, but new generations are more likely to move to urban realities so that the preservation of this tradition might be at threat. Nevertheless, having become a tourist attraction the environmental impact of infrastructures and the difficulty around solid waste management constitute a danger for nature and local communities. Lanzer, a local guide, suggests some solutions.

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episode 0 – the hike begins!

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The hike begins!
SocialHike is a digital platform in which we want to collect the voice and experiences of people from all over the world. Our goal is to build a social community capable of sharing thoughts, ideas, appeals, proposals, and projects that otherwise would risk not finding channels to express themselves. We believe that it is of fundamental importance to deal with issues that closely concern millions of individuals in the world. This is the first in a series of videos where we will address these issues in an inclusive and collaborative way, inside and beyond our community. We are convinced that great changes always begin with small actions that become revolutionary when shared by an increasing number of people. This is why we can’t wait for this journey to begin and we want you to be a part of it.
Start hiking with us! socialhike.org

Created and filmed by Alessandra Monticelli
Edited by Riccardo Monticelli
Subtitled by Alex Caini

Special thanks to anyone that made this project possible

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Gabriele De Caro
Lorenzo Bolognini
Ingrid Costantino

— Video Editing Support —

Luca Waver
Davide Natali
Roberto Origlia

episode 0 - the hike begins!
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The hike begins!SocialHike is a digital platform in which we want to collect the voice and experiences of people from all over the world. Our goal is to build a social community capable of sharing thoughts, ideas, appeals, proposals, and projects that otherwise would risk not finding channels to express themselves. We believe that it is of fundamental importance to deal with issues that closely concern millions of individuals in the world. This is the first in a series of videos where we will address these issues in an inclusive and collaborative way, inside and beyond our community. We are convinced that great changes always begin with small actions that become revolutionary when shared by an increasing number of people. This is why we can't wait for this journey to begin and we want you to be a part of it. Start hiking with us! socialhike.org

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