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Life stories from train stations around the world

In the station in Yerevan, Armenia

“Horovel” is the song that helps prepare the peasants for their work, it’s a mix of the exclamation ho and the word “aravel”. Aravel is the section of land that separates two parcels of land, an area that is not cultivated. It is the spot where, after finishing the task, the oxen, and the plougher, …

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Memories of Myanmar

“The place that touched us the most? Myanmar”. The story of a Berlin based couple with a passion for traveling. “You always wish you could live an artist’s life between New York and Berlin, but the reality is that you wash fish 12 hours a day.. but still, Asia taught …

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Filipinos dancing in the station

It’s a typical Asian thing to do: gather in groups and dance in metro and train stations, just for practice usually, but this time, it’s a birthday, and these youths of Filipino heritage decided to celebrate it just outside the Tiburtina station, in Rome, while dancing. Here’s the video.  

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Contrasts in China

China is a place of contrasts, we tried to show it in a video, using traditional opera music from Suzhou, and images shot by TerminiTv founder Francesco Conte in Beijing, on the street, in the metro and around Chaoyang, in Beijing.

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Being a migrant in Rome

Since some days ago, some of the migrants of Baobab’s informal camp in Rome have become even more homeless, roaming around the station looking for shelter. Fode goes to visit them often, sharing with them some time in the name of their common origin, Africa. And he has a message …

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On HIV rise in the Philippines

With a rise of 140% of new HIV infections between 2010 and 2016, the Philippines has become the country with the fastest growing of HIV epidemic in Asia-Pacific, especially among the 15-24 year old. Photographer and activist Niccolò Cosme explains us why Philippines’ president Rodrigo Duterte’s drug war is not …

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Dancer in Manila metro

You can bet no one has done this before here. Metro in Manila is synonym of “hell”, for most people. Crowded, late, slow.. but you know, we at TerminiTV still love trains and stations no matter what, and we try to bring moments of beauty to places that are usually …

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