Tim Tesner is a Deaf surgical technician and his brother, Dr. Ray Tesner, is an Orthopedic Surgeon. They talked about how they’ve overcome language barriers in the operating room and have been doing this for 35 years! How cool is that? #JourneyBySVRS
Deaf Taiwanese couple married, Bi-Zhen Wang and Jie-Jhou Li, run highly successful corn food street business in Taiwan. They also helped their Deaf friends to start their food street business – that is how beautiful Deaf ecosystem is in Taiwan! Thanks for the host Max ASL! Check out my prints: https://www.etsy.com/shop/seektheworld Check out my website:
Joan Nash’s family settled on Martha’s Vineyard in 1658 and has lived there ever since. Joan is a researcher who has studied Deaf residents of Martha’s Vineyard and their unique sign language. Enjoy the comparisons of Martha’s Vineyard Sign Language – MVSL and American Sign Language-ASL!
Calvin met with Dr. Bo A. Byun who is a Deaf dentist with his amazing team in Marriotsville, Maryland. The team empathizes how important communication access is and it makes all the difference in her practice and Deaf clients! Everyone deserves full communication access anywhere, especially in a Dentist’s office! Website: https://www.seektheworld.com/ Merchandise: https://www.seektheworld.com/shop My
Lufti is a Deaf-owned business who runs Acropolis Pizza Family Restaurant in Stratford, Connecticut for 17 years. He shares the story of his experience of immigrating to America and building his life.
Joseph and Nicole are Deaf parents of two adopted Deaf children from Liberia in Western Africa. Adoption can be tough, yet it can be rewarding. If you consider adopting children, then this is an inspiring video for you! #JourneyBySVRS
Marcus Bryant is a brilliant Deaf chef who makes insanely delicious Mexican food! With his 25+ years in restaurant industry under his belt, he started a business Chef Marcus’s Kitchen Tacolicious in Phoenix, Arizona. Website: https://www.seektheworld.com/ Merchandise: https://www.seektheworld.com/shop My prints: https://www.etsy.com/shop/seektheworld Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/seektheworld/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/seektheworld2015
Near Singaraja, Bali, Indonesia is the “Deaf Village” Bengkala. That’s where 44 Deaf families live at. It’s the village where both hearing and deaf treat each other equally. The best part is, they all communicate in either sign language or gesture. Villagers developed their own sign language, which has been passed on for centuries. I
French Sign Language (LSF) is the sign language of the deaf in France. Fact: American Sign Language (ASL) is most closely related to French Sign Language (LSF). The influence of LSF on ASL has been found that about 58% of signs in modern ASL are cognate to Old French Sign Language signs. Now, aren’t you
You all may remember Roy Lotz who started a new BBQ business three years ago. Let’s find out how much he has grown the business since then and how he adjusted his business amid the coronavirus pandemic! Lotz of BBQ’s next appearance is at 512 Breweries in Austin, TX on August 29, 2020. Austin folks
Puget Sound Association of the Deaf [PSAD}’s senior citizen members share their stories about Deaf club culture has changed a lot during the last 30 years. By the way, PSAD founded in 1900, is one of the oldest Deaf Associations in the United States! It has been running for 118+ years. It’s located in Seattle,
Abe and Marissa Ruper adopted six kids — 3 Deaf, 1 Hard of Hearing, and 2 hearings — from Ethiopia in Africa. By honoring the culture and heritage for their adopted children, it plays a huge role in their transition into young adulthood and family relationships. #JourneyBySVRS
The Blue Lagoon geothermal spa is easily Iceland’s best-known attraction, and for a great reason; take one look at its iconic crystal blue waters, and it holds minerals that heal your skin. By the way, the Blue Lagoon (Bláa Lónið in Icelandic) has been recognized as one of the wonders of the world. The spa
This video displays the powerful story about Deaf black & white students separated at Florida School for the Deaf and Blind. Johnny was one of the first black students who attended there when it was finally mainstreamed – both students get together. Johnny shared his experiences and how the sport really brought all the students
In Brazil, açai has become a trademark of Brazilian culture. It is incredibly popular among surfers, athletes and health and fitness fanatics. Why? Açai is famed its amazing health benefits. It’s a powerful antioxidant (thirty times more so than red wine), fights against free radicals, acts against aging, helps fight numerous diseases, and is rich