Claude Garrandes, president of Arrimage Association, was in South East Asia to conduct educational workshops for ill-sighted and blinds adults and children, and to accompany the film 'Invisible Essence The Little Prince' in his Asian previews.

 The first part of this trip took place in Singapore.
Closing visit of the exhibition 'The Little Prince' at the Philately Museum of Singapore, a bit of tourism, meeting with officials of the French Embassy in Singapore and the Alliance Française of Singapore, and screening of the film as part of the Francophonie film festival followed by a Q&A session.

The second part of this trip took place in Thailand.
We Visited Bangkok School for the Blind's and met with its director to conduct educational workshops there soon.
Then we conducted educational workshops for the blind teams of Dialogue In the Dark Bangkok. And screening at the Alliance Française of Bangkok of the documentary 'Invisible Essence - The Little Prince', followed by 'questions and answers', as part of the Festival de la Francophonie.
We had the pleasure of meeting Khun Supoj Lokunsombat who is leading the translation project of the Little Prince into all the languages ​​and dialects of Thailand with the support of the Jean Marc Probst Foundation.
The opportunity also to find Arnaud Nazare-Aga and Frédéric Aguilar!

The last stage took place in Hong Kong.
After visiting the Ebenezer School and Home Visually Impaired, the main school for ill-sighted and blind students, we organized three workshop sessions for their students.
This pioneering Hong Kong establishment was also one of the first to receive an art book donations of 'The Little Prince - tactile edition' from the Antoine de Saint-Exupéry Foundation for Youth

Alienette Coldfire, the blind young prodigy, did us the pleasure of participating in one of the workshop session.

Wewould like to thank the Antoine de Saint-Exupéry Foundation for Youth, IWC Schaffhausen, Dimitri Karukin, Noletta Chiu, Medialink Animational International Limited, Deepak Ohri, the French Embassy in Singapore, the Alliance Française de Singapour, the Canadian High Commission of Singapore, the Alliance Française of Bangkok, Pascal Fabre, Embassy of Canada to Thailand - especially Noppawan Anavil, Dialogue In The Dark Thailand, Jose Macias, Andrew Tan, Frédéric Aguilar, who handled, among other things, the entire translation, Remy Wong Senior School Ebenezer School and Home for the Visually Impaired, Lim Tai Senior Vice, Celine Lam Art Professor, and the entire educational team and especially Y-Jean Mun-Delsalle who has , voluntarily, organized all the logistics of these different missions in Asia for the Arrimage Association and the Antoine de Saint-Exupéry Foundation for Youth, and participated in the animation and translation ction of educational workshops.