Men, this chapter is mainly about women. Women, it is mainly about men who talk about women.
The Mantifang is fishing for volunteers. Writers and moderators. Are you specialized in a subject that contributes to our site and one of our FB pages? Can you tell a nice story? Send a pm on the page of your interest! Do you want to make one of our pages as a moderator even more … Continue reading The Mantifang is fishing for volunteers
Mantifang: social media magazine! Readers binding for Social Media In a traditional medium as a magazine, "readers binding" was the holy grail. The editorial content had to be such that the subscriber at his mailbox was waiting for the new number. The advertisers had a benefit because they belonged to the same club. Everything that … Continue reading Mantifang Story Telling
A book is an adventure! It has been on my bedside table for several years now: "The tale of Genji" by Murasaki Shikibu. A very extensive work written between 1000 and 1008 in Japan and certainly belongs to the big world classics. I have to be ready for such a job. The mind open, my … Continue reading A book is an adventure!
I have arranged with Shikibu at the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam. It is her initiative and I am very curious why right here. The World Museum in Rotterdam was more obvious. There they have an extensive Buddha collection and even a complete Mongolian Yurt, a tent that served as a temple in the country … Continue reading Beotkkot, sakura, falling in love with flowers.
During an appointment in the castle gardens Arcen, the clouds and the sunlight falling down now and then played a beautiful game with the budding green. Few people get to see it because there is a lock on the gate at the beginning of March, but also between cold and heat, between the desire for … Continue reading Shikibu’s “Mono no aware” predicts transient beauty
"The Grand Champion, I may assume, is the one who won the beauty contest, the white and red of that fish gives me a sense of clarity, of immaculate." "True", I answered. "She is called in Japanese Kohaku which means" of a clear feeling.