Tuesday, June 5, 2007

What the World Eats

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What the World Eats

What's on family dinner tables in fifteen different homes around the globe? Photographs by Peter Menzel from the book "Hungry Planet"

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Japan: The Ukita family of Kodaira City
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Italy: The Manzo family of Sicily
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Chad: The Aboubakar family of Breidjing Camp
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Kuwait: The Al Haggan family of Kuwait City
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United States: The Revis family of North Carolina
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Mexico: The Casales family of Cuernavaca
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China: The Dong family of Beijing
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Poland: The Sobczynscy family of Konstancin-Jeziorna
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Egypt: The Ahmed family of Cairo
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Ecuador: The Ayme family of Tingo
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United States: The Caven family of California
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Mongolia: The Batsuuri family of Ulaanbaatar
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Great Britain: The Bainton family of Cllingbourne Ducis
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Bhutan: The Namgay family of Shingkhey Village
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Germany: The Melander family of Bargteheide
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3 comments:

dav1d said...

This is a great post.. I'll post this around!

Ernie said...

The Mongolian pic is priceless. I bet none of the other Batsuuris dare step too close to Dad's raw meat!

Anonymous said...

My friend forwarded me an e-mail containing these pictures. I couldn't help but notice that they showed the black african family living in a refugee camp. If the goal was to show the average diet of each country, then this wasn't achieved for a Chadian family. Why is it always about showing devastation when it comes to the Western media's focus on sub-saharan Africa? I can't find an explanation for this tendency other than racism. No wonder people have such a misconstrued opinion of Africa. SNB