TECH4ALL: Connectivity, Culture & Tattoos In the Arctic

ByChristopher Pereira

December 31, 2019

Christopher Pereira

The Connecting Canada series continues with the story of Tattoo artist Ippiksaut Friesen and another fascinating insight into Inuk culture – this time in Iqaluit, Nunavuk. Ippiksaut explores life in the Arctic and the value connectivity gives culturally and in terms of developing as a tattoo artist.

Click here for part 1, Connecting Canada’s Far North: A Documentary Series, in which I outline my journey to the far north and the background to how Huawei is helping connect remote communities.

Click here for part 2, TECH4ALL: Expanding Inuk Culture with Connectivity. and the story of artist Barbara Akoak.

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Christopher Pereira

With 15 years of experience in content marketing, Chris Pereira is a communications expert and a specialist in ICT trends. He currently works for Huawei’s Public Affairs and Communications Department in media affairs.

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