Robert Wan and National Geographic
Robert Wan is a Tahitian pearl farmer who is known for his work in the cultivation and promotion of Tahitian pearls. Wan is the owner of Tahitiperles, a company that specializes in the cultivation and sale of Tahitian pearls, and is also the founder of Robert Wan Pearl Museum, a museum in Tahiti that is dedicated to the history and cultural significance of pearls.Wan's work in pearl farming and jewelry design has gained international recognition, and he has been featured in numerous articles and documentaries about pearls and pearl farming. In addition to his work in pearl farming and jewelry design, Wan is also known for his efforts to promote sustainable and ethical practices in the pearl industry.
National Geographic is a global media organization that is known for its coverage of science, exploration, and conservation. National Geographic has published articles and produced documentaries about pearls and pearl farming, including the work of Robert Wan. In addition to covering the science and history of pearls, National Geographic has also explored the cultural significance of pearls in various societies around the world.Robert Wan has been featured in several National Geographic articles and documentaries about pearls and pearl farming. One such article, published in National Geographic's "Intelligence" section, discusses the process of pearl farming and the role of pearl farmers like Robert Wan in cultivating and harvesting pearls. The article also explores the history and cultural significance of pearls, including their use as a symbol of wealth and status in various societies around the world.