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teru kuwayama

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Profession: I/O
Location: New York , United States
Home base: new york
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Languages spoken: english
Skype: Terukuwayama terukuwayama
Mobile phone: +1 408 357 4559
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Blood type: B+
Last login: 3 days ago
Member since: 24 Aug 2011 19:08




teru kuwayama. pp. pp.a18, Jan 9 2006. "A big Bus Battle" Time Magazine , pp. pp.a18. Jan 9 2006.
teru kuwayama. pp. pp.26-31, Jan 2006. The Landscape of Disaster Fortune , pp. pp.26-31. Jan 2006.
teru kuwayama. Outside , pp. 85, Nov 2005. "A Short Walk in the Wakhan Corridor"" Outside , pp. 85. Nov 2005.
teru kuwayama. pp. pp.81, Oct 2005. Icons of the 21st century editorial Photo District News , pp. pp.81. Oct 2005.
teru kuwayama. pp. 43-47, Sep 12 2005. Chevron's Dave O'Reilly: PUMPED UP Fortune , pp. 43-47. Sep 12 2005.
teru kuwayama. pp. pp.27, May 30 2005. A Troubled Hunt Newsweek International , pp. pp.27. May 30 2005.
teru kuwayama. pp. pp.28, Apr 13 2005. "Terror Broker" Newsweek , pp. pp.28. Apr 13 2005.
teru kuwayama. Newsweek , pp. 500, Jan 3 2005. Afghanistan Untamed Newsweek , pp. 500. Jan 3 2005.
teru kuwayama. Newsweek , Last Days of the Taliban? Newsweek , Dec 27 2004.
teru kuwayama. pp. pp.46-51, Dec 27 2004. Afghanistan Untamed Newsweek , pp. pp.46-51. Dec 27 2004.


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Photograph 1 – Expedition KINTANG. I've spent the last 12 days covering the Nepal Earthquake and working with my friends in Kathmandu, who are heavily invested in reaching out to fellow citizens in need. One of the most fascinating aspects of what has unfolded in Nepal over the past week is how the new generation of Nepali's are utilizing technology and social media platforms to facilitate their efforts in gathering and distributing relief. There are several different groups and anarchic platforms that have emerged and its been a collaboration of all forces for it have become a 'First and Immediate' response for the Quake affected. I've had the opportunity to work with ntgk and @bhushanshilpakar at the Yellow House and yesterday I volunteered to go on a scouting/distribution mission with my friends at Grass Root Movement in Nepal (GMIN) to visit the remote and severely affected village of Kintang. This is a part of a photo series that will unfold &#39;A Day in the Life&#39; - of these young volunteers who are putting in their blood and sweat to reach out and help. The series will also delve into aspects of how - Terrain, Ethnicity, Politics and Weather have quickly become stumbling blocks for aid and relief distribution. THIS PHOTO - Crossing some mesmerising landscape along the Trishuli river in Nuwakot district after crossing Galchi. A five member crew of team GMIN left early morning to get a head start. Photo by @sumitdayal #nepalphotoproject #nepalearthquake #nepal #kintang #nuwakot #gmin Warm Regards, - - Sumit Dayal India Mobile +91 997.150.1068</a></p> <p style=" color:#c9c8cd; font-family:Arial,sans-serif; font-size:14px; line-height:17px; margin-bottom:0; margin-top:8px; overflow:hidden; padding:8px 0 7px; text-align:center; text-overflow:ellipsis; white-space:nowrap;">A photo posted by Sumit Dayal (sumitdayal) on

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