Siddis: In It For The Long Run | Unique Stories from India

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India's African community shows Chef Karan some very traditional recipes. The Siddis are a community of Indians of African descent. Chef Karan travels deep into the heart of Karnataka's Yellapur district, to learn their traditional recipes straight from their homes. their wild ingredients range from the plants that grow in the region to the ants that live there! After introducing Karan to the freshest honey in the world (while it's still on the honeycomb), the Siddis teach him the secrets to one of their staple recipes - red ant chutney. 101 Wild Wild Chef sends sous chef Karan Thakker off into the wilderness, to learn the secrets of India's taste buds. He's the man with the pan, on a journey to some of India's most remote and beautiful spots, where he'll learn from the true masters: the locals he meets. Subscribe to our channel: Like us on Facebook: Follow us on Twitter: Follow us on Instagram: Website.

Global Thrift Store (2014): In Senegal, cotton fields stretch as far as the eye can see. Yet this natural wealth is increasingly overlooked in favour of used foreign imports as the country experiences a boom in second-hand trading from Europe. For similar stories, see: Brutal life inside Thailand's sweatshops The Culture Of Fear Inside Nicaragua's Labour Markets Exposing The Abuse Behind Senegal's Koranic Schools Subscribe to journeyman for daily uploads: For downloads and more information visit: Like us on Facebook: Follow us on Twitter: Follow us on Instagram: "The French throw these clothes away? Really? They throw them away? " Fatou Dia, an employee at one of Senegal's second-hand sorting centres, is surprised to learn the origin of their stock. The country is experiencing a boom in second-hand trading, and separating unwanted garments enables Fatou to equip her daughter with school supplies. "I'm buying it little by little. I buy one thing, and then the next thing the next month. In this way, I manage". What is a lifeline to some is a business opportunity to others. "As far as wealth is concerned, human beings are never sated. Because he who does not have his own house is nothing". For Aliou Diallo, this cheap European clothing was a route to a better life. But in a country whose textile industry is rapidly disappearing from view, are these new imports doing more harm than good? Wild Angle Productions – Ref. 6092 Journeyman Pictures is your independent source for the world's most powerful films, exploring the burning issues of today. We represent stories from the world's top producers, with brand new content coming in all the time. On our channel you'll find outstanding and controversial journalism covering any global subject you can imagine wanting to know about.

Madam G. Naggammal Koh, 67, grew up in an Indian family after she was given up for adoption as an infant by her Chinese parents. Read the full story here. Patreon. A new study on Indian genetics says some sort of migration did indeed take place into India and that the Indus Valley civilisation is key to all South Asian populations. Chinese Vanilla - How Chinese entrepreneurs have taken control of Madagascar's Vanilla trade, and what this means for the local. How Europe's cast off chickens are poisoning Benin: For more from our series on the Secrets of Globalisation: Subscribe to Journeyman for daily current affairs and science: For downloads and more information visit: Madagascar, the world's main source of vanilla, has seen traditional farming methods upset by a recent craving for the spice in China. While the Madagascan government stands by, Chinese profiteers wreak havoc on the trade. Vanilla was introduced to Madagascar by French colonisers in the 19th century, which brought cheap Chinese labour to the farms. Papa Be is a 66-year-old descendent of this first wave of Chinese immigrants. Like his father before him he practises artisanal methods and takes pride in his crop. But his trade is a precarious one. "As growers, we're in the palm of those who have all the money - the owners and the buyers", he explains. Now his homeland has discovered a taste for vanilla, which has led to a surge in demand for the spice. Enter a second wave of Chinese immigrants. The new arrivals are business people who control the wholesale buying and export of the spice and profit from cheap local labour. A lack of contracts with workers makes it easy to fire disobedient employees. "That's how you manage workers here", says Cindy, an investor who moved to Madagascar with the second arrival of Chinese immigrants in the 1990s. For President Rajaonarimampianina, who came to power in a military coup in 2009, the unpopular Chinese newcomers are a necessary evil. He needs foreign investment: "Our markets are completely open, and that means China too", he says. Wild Angle Productions - Ref 6373 Journeyman Pictures is your independent source for the world's most powerful films, exploring the burning issues of today. We represent stories from the world's top producers, with brand new content coming in all the time. On our channel you'll find outstanding and controversial journalism covering any global subject you can imagine wanting to know about.

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