(1) Despite the influence of Balinese kings, Dutch traders and the modern world, many indigenous Sasak villages on the Indonesian island of Lombok still rely on their traditions producing pottery and weaving. (2) Dane Ngahuka introduces Kapa Haka, a traditional Maori performing art that integrates singing, dancing, facial expressions, and other elements to tell stories. (3) The troubled history of the Virgin Episkepsis, a Byzantine icon of the Virgin Mary, symbolizing a Greek city in Asia Minor and brought to by Greek refugees to Greece in 1924.

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Greco-Turkish War (1919-1922) (Wikipedia)

Kapa Haka (Wikipedia)

Lombok (Wikipedia)

Maori Culture (Wikipedia)

Seeking Shelter: A Story of Greek Refugees and the Virgin Episkepsis (J. Paul Getty Trust)