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Rohingya Refugees: Honda Celebration and Bamboo-and-Tarp Shelters

rohingya refugees: His mission bringing colour and art to one of the most dismal places in the world.article continues below Trending Stories Snowbirds air show part of entertainment lined up for Honda Celebration of Light Ready to go boom on board the Honda Celebration of Light fireworks barge Amanda Tapping on coping with miscarriage Distraught gardeners reap crop of disappointment Amid the sea of makeshift bamboo-and-tarp shelters dotting the rolling hills of Kutupalong, some huts are now painted over with colorful murals, according to Vancouver Courier. Each mural is a collection of stories from the lives of Rohingya refugees and their hopes for the future. Unlike many other foreigners, he wasn't an aid worker in one of the biggest camps for Myanmar's persecuted minority in southern Bangladesh. Frieder and his partner Joel Bergner run a public art organization called Artolution. You might have food, you might have water, you might have shelter, but there are many deep-rooted psychological traumas that refugees around the world are facing today, Frieder said. They've made hundreds of large-scale murals around the world, particularly with communities living in conflict zones, from Syrian refugee camps in Jordan and Lebanon to the Gaza Strip and Israel. ( As reported in the news.