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Israeli Artist Tzook Marcel Har-Paz & Friends Visit Rongolia

Off the Top of My Head By Paul Murray         Israeli artist Tzook Marcel Har-Paz happend across Rongo Backpackers & Gallery by chance and found kinship with the creative people, the harmony and peaceful atmosphere of the unique hostel … Continue reading

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World Famous Rongo Heaphy & Pot-Luck Feasts

Off the Top of my Head: By Paul Murray   One of the main objectives of the LivinginPeace Project is to provide all our people and our guests with meals made from freshly harvested, locally grown, organic, healthy, nutritious and … Continue reading

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Signs of Peace All Over the World

  Peace symbols From Wikipedia: A number of peace symbols have been used in various cultures and contexts, one of the most ancient being the olive branch. The symbol of the dove and olive branch was used by early Christians and was later adopted as … Continue reading

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INSPIRATION: Exhibition by Shota Kawahara

Exhibition by LivinginPeace Project 2011 Resident Artist Shota Kawahara at Re-Invent, Lake Forest Chicago

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