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TO GO WITH AFP STORY by Mihaela Rodina
A picture taken on August 25, 2011 shows a child looking at a Roma blacksmith and cauldron maker who demonstrates his work in a tent in the Black Sea shore village of Vama Veche, 270 km east from Bucharest. „I am proud of my work and happy to see that people like the objects I make,” said Vasile Anusca, a Roma wicker worker, while plaiting a basket in his yard swarming with children. At Mironeasa, in north-eastern Romania, wicker and wood-working skills have been handed down from generation to generation and all of Anusca’s 13 children have had a go. The two brothers used to go from village to village, carrying a bag full of wooden spoons or a pile of baskets, hoping to trade them for potatoes or beans. But now, a project called „Romano Cher” trains Roma handicraftsmen to make more sophisticated objects and helps them find buyers abroad, mostly via the internet ( AFP PHOTO/ DANIEL MIHAILESCU

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