Atla and LoK Influential NationalitiesPart 3: “New Team Avatar” Earth Kingdom influenced by Chinese, Korean, and Japanese cultures Fire Nation influenced byChinese, Indonesian, South, Southeast, and East Asian cultures Water Tribe influenced byNative American, Yupic, and Sirenik Eskimo cultures Air Nomads influenced by Indian and Tibetan cultures
Korra – Elizabeth Frances(Native American) Asami – Leifennie(Malaysian) Mako – Dennis Joseph O’Neil(South Korean) Bolin – Steven Yeun(South Korean) Lin – Random tough looking Japanese business woman
Denis Wood has created an atlas unlike any other. From mapping radio waves permeating the air to Halloween pumpkins on porches, Wood’s joyful subversion of the traditional notions of mapmaking forge new ways of seeing not only the particular, but also the very nature of place itself. Surveying his century-old, half-square mile neighborhood Boylan Heights in Raleigh, North Carolina, Wood searches for the revelatory details in what has never been mapped or may not even be mappable. In each map, he attunes the eye to the invisible, the overlooked, and the seemingly insignificant. Together, these maps accumulate into a multi-layered story about one neighborhood as well as about the pursuit of understanding the places we call home. This alchemical combination of science and art creates a fascinating tension between the empirical and the elusive, between what one can know and what one can imagine. As much as Everything Sings is a collection of extraordinary maps, it is also a testament to the imaginative capacity of humans to make them.
Hi. I’m here
to propose something for those who tag hate on Arc-v character’s tags. The
short version is: Please make another hashtag for the character you hate on;
one where you can spared all the hate you wants, without making the fans of the
same character uncomfortable.
If you don’t
care it’s completely ok, but if you wonder “why should I stop tagging hate if I
think Dennis is a complete asshole/ Serena’s been ruined like any other female
character/ Jack never should’ve appear in Arc-v …” then I really recommend