At the beginning of this week, perhaps the most unusual festival in the world has started. And the name of it is Burning Man. Within its framework, visitors live in a hot desert for a week, helping each other with food and services for free and sometimes bartering. The festival is known for its incredible installations that are burned at the end of the week.
This time, Katmandu camp, which has come to the festival for nine years, decided to surprise the burners with a giant box of Chinese food, in which Chinese dumplings will be served.
The guys posted a short video on Kickstarter, in the hope of collecting 7,500 dollars for the project and eventually received almost 10,000.
The chopstick sticking out of the box will bust in flames, so it is easier for burners to find it. They also have an address, and if you are not there yet and are going to go to the end for the weekend, here is their address: 8:45 & E.
Burning Man is an annual gathering that takes place at Black Rock City—a temporary city erected in the Black Rock Desert in Nevada. The event is described as an experiment in community and art, influenced by ten most important principles: “radical” inclusion, self-reliance and self-expression, as well as community cooperation, civic responsibility, gifting, decommodification, participation, immediacy and leaving no trace.