How One Of The Last Dye Houses In Egypt Keeps Ancient Hand Dyeing Alive | Still Standing

16 Des 2020
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Salama Salem has been running his traditional dyehouse in Egypt since 1975. Despite falling demand due to industrial competition and the COVID-19 pandemic, he’s determined to keep one of the country’s oldest dyehouses still standing.
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How One Of The Last Dye Houses In Egypt Keeps Ancient Hand Dyeing Alive | Still Standing

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  • All dyed with ugly synthetic dyes

    EK89EK893 hari yang lalu
  • He could sell to high fashion brands

    Braeden SchillingBraeden Schilling4 hari yang lalu
  • An Indonesian dyeing factory temporarily went out of business due to the deluge.

    Dave OtuwaDave Otuwa4 hari yang lalu
  • Works in dye house Somehow has white shirt

    Kegel DestroyerKegel Destroyer5 hari yang lalu
  • Ur life bad job is having 12children and 40 grand children...

    S ManjunathS Manjunath5 hari yang lalu
  • لناس في اسرائيل يا راجل يا ناقص خيبه عليك عريتنا

    Roro ElkassarRoro Elkassar6 hari yang lalu
  • الله يعطيك العافية ياعم انت وعيالك ويحقق الله أمنيتك بإذن الله.

    Nemer SaadNemer Saad6 hari yang lalu
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    Marry RedddMarry Reddd7 hari yang lalu
    • Thanks Luiz .+1.8.0.3.5.6.6.0.6.9.7.

      Marry RedddMarry Reddd7 hari yang lalu
  • they make beautiful colours!

    Abdul KaderAbdul Kader9 hari yang lalu
  • My mam has FOURTY F. O. U. R. T. Y. GRANDKIDS

    Krystian PierkielKrystian Pierkiel12 hari yang lalu
  • @BusinessInsider should put link to the website/social media or any other platform of these businesses. After all this channel makes money off of their stories. Links might benefit them more, since it will drive lot of business to them.

    English&EtiquetteEnglish&Etiquette14 hari yang lalu
  • The forbidden noodles

    Hi_flowHi_flow23 hari yang lalu
  • Love it.

    MickeyMickey23 hari yang lalu
  • Salama's passion for his work is no less than Elon Musk's for ...

    Amit AgnihotriAmit Agnihotri29 hari yang lalu
  • الله عليك يا استاذ

    andrew Fahimandrew FahimBulan Yang lalu
    • Nicetomeetyou.Pleasevisitthesiteforabetterexperience

      Travis MoseTravis Mose25 hari yang lalu
  • It so satisfying watching the thread being drag into the dye

    Lisbeth DCLisbeth DCBulan Yang lalu
    • Verychill

      Travis MoseTravis Mose25 hari yang lalu
  • In Indonesia this isnt extinct, like batik and other they have to do tradtional dye method

    James SultanJames SultanBulan Yang lalu
  • okay but where can i buy them?

    sofiasofiaBulan Yang lalu
    • Ilovethisvideo

      Travis MoseTravis Mose25 hari yang lalu
  • Oh wow! My mother grew up in that area, just ten minutes on foot from Uncle Salama’s Dye house, and I used to play in these streets as kid when we visited my grandma. Never thought I’d come across a video from Business insider about an odd dye house in ElDarb ElAhmar that you’d easily mess if passed by it. Seems kinda surreal 😀

    Mohamed MonemMohamed MonemBulan Yang lalu
  • Me refusing to use instant potatoes and only using real potatoes

    Akina HelaireAkina HelaireBulan Yang lalu
  • Beautiful video yo

    Tahj AmirTahj AmirBulan Yang lalu
  • That "40yrold stone basin" is an old plastic bath hehe. still really interesting and enjoyable video

    PsyMong SkiPsyMong SkiBulan Yang lalu
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    Asba HasanAsba HasanBulan Yang lalu
  • This is what happens when you let a communist government supersede the world's economoy with their cheap labored products

    BrandonBrandonBulan Yang lalu
    • Haveagoodday.Betterexperience

      Travis MoseTravis Mose25 hari yang lalu
  • Stunning art ♥

    Jaya RamchurnJaya RamchurnBulan Yang lalu
  • This guy needs to get on Etsy or something.

    othername1000othername1000Bulan Yang lalu
  • Noice

    Public Land Archery HuntersPublic Land Archery HuntersBulan Yang lalu
  • I thought they were spaghetti lmao

    ShayviShayviBulan Yang lalu
  • We’re sending 1 billion dollars of hard working American dollars to Egypt...will they share some money from the profits they made from the yarn to us?

    Bear faceBear faceBulan Yang lalu
  • old tech sucks sure got ripped forearms

    haikea intiaanihaikea intiaani2 bulan yang lalu
  • I hope this video brought some changes for him and got him more clients. We need to support small businesses. Help keep ancient customs alive. It's part of the culture a gem factories and fast fashion is going to destroy soon.

    esmeralik 1desmeralik 1d2 bulan yang lalu
  • We need more people like him

    Mourning LadyMourning Lady2 bulan yang lalu
  • Chinese again

    TruongTruong2 bulan yang lalu
  • Where did you get this man from? We in Egypt don't find these old workshops anymore. What beautiful memories

    mo hamedmo hamed2 bulan yang lalu
  • he has a whole dying operation worth of sons

    FrozenwhirlpoolFrozenwhirlpool2 bulan yang lalu
  • Where do we buy his products at? Is there somewhere online we can order from?

    Katelynn BeckKatelynn Beck2 bulan yang lalu
  • Salama have a site or a way to order his textiles ? Because personally I think that if programs like this are going to segments like these they should not make them for more content but be beneficial to people or family businesses. Like help them start a website to sell their products and services and also write a bio on how for example Salama business is a family-owned business and the processes in which they die their texts.

    EllofezEllofez2 bulan yang lalu
  • “Fellahin” means farmers.

    Ham AbdulHam Abdul2 bulan yang lalu
  • 40yr old stone basin..it's a mobern bath tub lol

    Steve DSteve D2 bulan yang lalu
  • Me not looking at the title: oooo those noodles looks YUMMY

    Is The Victorius Secret AnneIs The Victorius Secret Anne2 bulan yang lalu
  • Bless his heart ❤️

    Kiana HubbardKiana Hubbard2 bulan yang lalu
  • I've been watching Insider for a long time, and as an Egyptian I'm very excited to see Egypt in the title of the video!

    Youssef Abdel KarimYoussef Abdel Karim2 bulan yang lalu
  • Great video!!!

    Claire MagnusonClaire Magnuson2 bulan yang lalu
  • 💝💝💝💝💝💝

    Mariam AhmedMariam Ahmed2 bulan yang lalu
  • This was interesting asf sad this is the last place that puts so much effort

    ariana weaverariana weaver2 bulan yang lalu
  • اول مره بفهم حاجة من غير ترجمة. 😁

    لا للأسفلا للأسف2 bulan yang lalu
    • لان نص الكلام عربي 😁

      Flash GamesFlash GamesBulan Yang lalu
  • Any one who has used hand-dyed material know it is worth ever cent. It really adds so much life to your hand made goods.

    Kyla CrawfordKyla Crawford2 bulan yang lalu
  • Capitalism eating the world

    English MuffinEnglish Muffin2 bulan yang lalu
  • My hungry ass thought this was spaghetti😭

    Charlotte MarneeCharlotte Marnee2 bulan yang lalu
  • Wonderful work of this hardworking man.

    Lupe PedrazaLupe Pedraza2 bulan yang lalu
  • Lol I'm Egyptian and it feels weird to understand what the people in the video are saying

    TheFlamingLion//// HotlionFoxTheFlamingLion//// HotlionFox2 bulan yang lalu
  • CAN YOU PLEASE START PUTTING THE LINKS OF THE BUSINESSES YOU TAKE MONEY FROM MAKING THESE VIDEOS??? at least the name of the company or something would do

    yiyiyiyi2 bulan yang lalu
  • We as consumers need to get over idea that cheaper is better. You get what you pay for is a mantra for a reason. The Chinese has filled Walmart with cheaply made items manufactured and sold so cheaply that they intend for you to just throw them away and buy new. So are you really saving money or just spending more over a long time frame?

    garygsp3garygsp32 bulan yang lalu
  • Good job

    Merasol Zapico FamilyMerasol Zapico Family2 bulan yang lalu
  • Thought that was spaghetti

    Messi LingardMessi Lingard2 bulan yang lalu
  • Can you please add info of their shops ect? How can we support these businesses?

    ShaenelisShaenelis2 bulan yang lalu
  • I have my own one in india

    HaJe FMHaJe FM2 bulan yang lalu
  • I have bought clothes made with this dye to help support the trade. Keep it going.

    witchonewitchone2 bulan yang lalu
  • Such beautiful and vibrant colors!!! I hope their business survives

    Master AkiMaster Aki2 bulan yang lalu
  • "You live to dye"

    shazan safishazan safi2 bulan yang lalu
  • “40 year old stone basin..” aka- old bathtub liner

    CoreyCorey2 bulan yang lalu
  • why is the voice-over girl shivering off!

    RAAAJVEERE.RAAAJVEERE.2 bulan yang lalu
  • Lung cancer likes it 👍🏻

    Diamentowy KrulDiamentowy Krul2 bulan yang lalu
    • He lived his life it doesn't matter now

      Ahmed MohamedAhmed Mohamed2 bulan yang lalu
  • I got hungry watching this 😐

    Jason GarciaJason Garcia2 bulan yang lalu
  • Wishing him the best...

    Jennifer AnneJennifer Anne2 bulan yang lalu
  • I wish this amazing tradition will stay for decades.

    SpyTheDoctorSpyTheDoctor2 bulan yang lalu
  • I wish the traditions never fall back 😔😔😔😔

    P DP D2 bulan yang lalu
  • This is still done in parts of india

    yoongsyoongs2 bulan yang lalu
  • I hope his children and their children and the next generations will continue this legacy.

    21whichiswhich21whichiswhich2 bulan yang lalu
  • More than 40 grandchildren. In about another 20 years this man will have fathered and grandfathered an entire town

    Jodice EdwardsJodice Edwards2 bulan yang lalu
  • Watching them dye the yarn is so satisfying, especially when they hit that rhythm

    Jodice EdwardsJodice Edwards2 bulan yang lalu
  • I like how the yellow yarn looks like spaghetti

    Scilla BurtonScilla Burton2 bulan yang lalu
  • This is beautiful

    4everDanielle4everDanielle2 bulan yang lalu
  • I wasn’t aware Pharaohs were such laborers.

    Joseph McC234DYJoseph McC234DY2 bulan yang lalu
  • Amazing food talent

    Marketing Food OnlineMarketing Food Online2 bulan yang lalu
  • Shurima! Your emperor is here!

    RickyRicky2 bulan yang lalu
  • Yet they live in a dumpster

    FelipeFelipe2 bulan yang lalu
  • As an Egyptian, I’m so proud of this guy

    iiGloomy_skyiiGloomy_sky2 bulan yang lalu
  • 1:14 40 year old stone basin? Aren’t we looking at a bathtub?

    TRENT DUBOSETRENT DUBOSE2 bulan yang lalu
  • Bulletproof Clothing: hierarchycompany.com

    Upw TonyrobbinsUpw Tonyrobbins2 bulan yang lalu
  • There’s a difference between mass production, and traditional hand made. And it’s always worth the extra bit of price

    Standard CakeStandard Cake2 bulan yang lalu
    • BeautifulGirls

      Priyanka AnatolePriyanka Anatole27 hari yang lalu
    • extra bit of brice*

      W TW T2 bulan yang lalu
  • What is this

    Ahmad AbudiabAhmad Abudiab2 bulan yang lalu
  • China is actually doing that to a lot of African countries. They move in promising jobs and economic activity but then ship in Chinese workers after the factories are built. Economic colonization all over again for Africa.

    Danny LeiDanny Lei2 bulan yang lalu
  • Wish the government would recognize the historical value of their work, like in Japan. These people are called National Treasures & the government gives subsidy so that the craft never dies. ..keep on dying. ...

    Charlie BrownCharlie Brown2 bulan yang lalu
  • Nooodles....... Wait nvm

    Pure ImaginationPure Imagination2 bulan yang lalu
  • He's going to keep on dyeing until he dies.

    JackJack2 bulan yang lalu
  • I hope people will learn this trade and keep it alive!!!

    Ruth GohRuth Goh2 bulan yang lalu
  • I hope they can survive the invasion of communist China. Please help him!! God bless this guy.

    Ruth GohRuth Goh2 bulan yang lalu
  • A man no matter he is a man much respect.

    Luke ConnollyLuke Connolly2 bulan yang lalu
  • I like this traditional method

    A Rose’s Divine ThornsA Rose’s Divine Thorns2 bulan yang lalu
  • I pray this wonderful business survives the insanity that the lockdowns have perpetrated.

    Catherine HenningerCatherine Henninger2 bulan yang lalu
  • It’s India bruh

    medasani parijathamedasani parijatha2 bulan yang lalu
  • 2:27 lmao what

    MichaelSnipes800MichaelSnipes8002 bulan yang lalu
  • Why am i always crying everytime I would watch videos regarding ancient times, keeping all the traditional works and all that😭

    Kayle SonacoKayle Sonaco2 bulan yang lalu
  • A lot of people in the US would pay for this yarn. The colors look better than the mass produced mess.

    itiswhatitisitiswhatitis2 bulan yang lalu
  • He will die working in his factory and then the business like him will be gone - he is solely the force, focus and motivation for this business

    SandManJono 123SandManJono 1232 bulan yang lalu
  • He's always "sooo busy" doing his job yet he has the time and money to make 12 kids and have them make 40 grandkids. Please

    Hmoro hatHmoro hat2 bulan yang lalu
  • Someone has to be drunk on something to keep moving foward and this man has his yarns and dyes

    Death BunnyDeath Bunny2 bulan yang lalu
  • Forbidden noodles

    jumpsplat120jumpsplat1202 bulan yang lalu
  • Guys help him

    A PERSONA PERSON2 bulan yang lalu
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