I was part of a team that was consulting remote villages in Bougainville about community problems and the potential solutions. While I was engaged in the discussions, I was also interested on the… Read More →
This image, my favorite amongst my Bougainville portraits, made me think of the unusual role this mother and daughter play in the family. Almost all the clans in Bougainville are matriarchal. Intrigued by… Read More →
Whether travelling along the inland rough roads or cruising around the reefs, atolls and islets around the Bougainville Island; I see green. Mother nature’s palette has obviously made green the color theme for the island.… Read More →
December 2012: The one thing I learned while watching the leisurely, almost passive street life in Buka Town in the Autonomous Region of Bougainville was to appreciate the important role of buai (areca… Read More →
To somebody who watches documentary films, the name Bougainville may ring a bell. At least two multi-awarded documentaries were made about this obscure island in the Pacific; The Coconut Revolution and Bougainville – Our Island… Read More →
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