Tania Pisa

Tania Pisa is a freelance writer and second generation Estonian Canadian. She recently returned from her first visit to Estonia where she met some of her relatives for the first time. While in Estonia, she also created her first short documentary about the discovery of family that had been displaced during WWII. Tania is currently writing her first novel.

Peko in Pop Culture: graphic artist Kristjan Ait re-creates the ancient Estonian God Peko

Peko, oh Pekokõnõ,  hoia sa mee vil’akõist, kaitse mee kar’akõist, varja mee majja, elämist! Peko, oh Pekokõnõ, Saada sa suvvi, päästa päivi, Ekä (iga) loodu loomakõist, Peko, oh Pekokõnõ! Peko, oh little Peko, guard our crop, protect our herd, shield our house, our life! Peko, oh little Peko, send summers, …

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A trend in tradition: fashion designer Liina Viira modernises the traditional folk costumes

Estonian designer Liina Viira is changing the way we see the traditional folk costumes. Since regaining independence in 1991 Estonia has conceived a reputation of notable achievements. As the inventors of Skype, producers of Olympic medalists, and hosts of renowned song festivals, the people of this nation have a lot …

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