Wijsheid uit Azië

Danielle Föllmi (author), Olivier Föllmi (photographer)
De uitspraken en gezegden uit het confucianisme, het boeddhisme of het taoïsme over geluk, liefde, hoop, verdriet en relativering inspireren ons al eeuwen. De beelden van de betoverende tempels in Thailand, de in nevel gehulde landschappen in Myanmar, de Vietnamese bamboebossen of de zen-tuinen in Japan... elke foto van het paar Föllmi nodigt uit om lessen te leren uit de oosterse filosofie. Een b
Wijsheid uit Azië
Danielle Föllmi
Olivier Föllmi
Original language
Tielt: Lannoo, 2015
286 p. : ill.
9789401426879 (hardback)
Placing suggestion
158 (SISO) Bezinningsteksten (ZIZO)

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About Danielle Föllmi

Following a childhood spent in El Salvador and Central America, Danielle Pons-Föllmi arrived in France at the age of 17, where she began her medical studies. She became a doctor in anesthesiology and applied her medical experience on three continents. She is responsible for the intellectual and literary approach of the “Wisdoms of Humanity” project.


1980: Ph.D. in medicine at the Necker-Enfants Malades Hospital, in Paris, specializing in public health and tropical medicine

1981-1984: Missions in Panama, India, then with Doctors without Borders in Cambodia and Laos.

1984: Married the photographer Olivier Föllmi. Danielle continued to practice medicine and specialized in anesthesiology and resuscitation.

1991-1992: Danielle & Olivier Föllmi set off to live in India for two years with the exiled Tibetan community who, in 1992, entrusted them with the adoption of two children who would then come to…Read more on Wikipedia