Importer of foreign artifacts, folklore, and folkarts

by Phyllis Hunter-Webb
(Austin, TX, USA)

Ever since I lived with an importer in Quito, Ecuador in the 70's, I've wanted to import art and artifacts to the US. I love traveling, but cannot afford it. I thought that this would satisfy my love of travel and make money, too.


I've been a bilingual teacher for 30 years now, and I plan to retire in May, 2010. I know I will want to continue to work, but I want to get away from education and pursue something totally different. During my teaching career, I have always emphasized an awareness of cultures and multiculturalism. My favorite teaching tool is folklore and folktales from around the world.

Maybe this will help me pursue my dream.

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Nov 12, 2015
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Importer of foreign artifacts, folklore, and folkarts
by: Yetta W. Beard

Folklore is something underestimated by many people around the world. Studies reveal that most folklore around the world has become bed time stories without any logic whatsoever attached to it. Being an importer of foreign artifacts, I am sure you would spread about the greatness of such folklore and how they influence every culture and civilization throughout history.

Mar 24, 2010
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Great Idea
by: John Howe

I really like your idea and I am betting that you will be successful. Keep up the great attitude.

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