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FOR A NEW PHILOSOPHICAL SHIFT:

THE ART OF BETTER LIVING TOGETHER.

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“Fisherman in Kampot'',

SHUNSUKE MIYATAKE (Japan),

The principle of common naturality

Fishermen were born in Kampot, grew up in Kampot, and live in Kampot. They live with nature, catching only what they need and never taking more than they need.

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“Indifference on the street'',

SHUNSUKE MIYATAKE (Japan),

The principle of common humanity

In the middle of Phnom Penh, there is an uncle begging on the side of the road under the blazing sun. This is a common sight in Cambodia. However, I strongly believe that this should not become a common sight. More than offering money or goods, we should care those in need.

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“Market between night and morning '',

SHUNSUKE MIYATAKE (Japan),

Principle of common sociality

Morning comes early in Phnom Penh. Even in the dim light, the market is filled with the energy of people. With the development of technology, society is becoming more and more convenient and efficient. However, I do hope the relationship and interaction between people always remain in the core of society.

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“Girl in the river of garbage'',

SHUNSUKE MIYATAKE (Japan),

The principle of common sociality

The river that flows in front of the girl's house is overflowing with a large amount of garbage. She is looking for something in it that she can exchange for cash.

 

I do not deny that people strive to become materially rich. However, isn't it about time we stop having businesses, plans and systems that require someone and nature to sacrifice to make them work?