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Hanoi (VNA) – An agreement on scientific cooperation in the field of culture was signed between representatives of the Ho Chi Minh Museum and the Ben Gurion Heritage Institute of Israel via a video conference on September 8. Under the agreement, in the 2020-2022 period, the two sides will coordinate to implement scientific and cultural […]
Ore Streams is an ongoing research project by the Italian designers Simone Farresin and Andrea Trimarchi of Studio Formafantasma into a major design challenge – how to ensure that the millions of digital products bought each year will be disposed of and recycled responsibly. They began by mapping the gigantic, often global illicit trade in […]
“My dad likes to say that Adelaide was built for his generation,” she says. “If you’re a baby boomer, there’s so much for you here. A lot of the rhetoric used is from the Don Dunstan era, without acknowledging that the state has lost a lot of its progressive tendencies since then. People are resting […]
After the opening ceremony, China Daily talked with the European Union’s ambassador to China and the directors of the Goethe-Institut China and Danish Cultural Center to learn about the value of cultural diversity and how it strengthens people’s ancestral roots.
Last year, the provincial Department of Tourism signed a cooperation memorandum with Dai Nam – Thai Y Vien, a local company focusing on areas like food and tourism. The provincial People’s Committee, which authorised the department to sign the memorandum, said the signing was the first move towards implementing the plan; however, it did not […]
Cultural and creative fairs have gained popularity across the country. Modern and fashionable gift boxes containing delicate artworks, cabins that look like spaceships and vibrant urban houses decorated with flowers were scattered along the European-style streets of Shine Hills in early August.
The event saw the participation of Deputy Head of the Cultural Heritage Department Pham Dinh Phong, and Deputy Director of International Cooperation Department Tran Nhat Hoang (Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism), Director of the Ho Chi Minh Museum Vu Manh Ha, Ambassador of Israel to Vietnam Nadav Eshcar, Director of the David Ben-Gurion Heritage […]
The works on show depict panoramic views and also provide microscopic perspectives of history, society and people’s life. They were produced based on several journeys to the highlighted regions that were organized by the China National Academy of Painting over the last few years.
“Kids in my hometown love watching Chinese kung fu movies so much that even the smallest TV set has a crowd around it,” said Alex Herbert Shogotera, from Tanzania, who was voicing a character in the Chinese martial arts movie “Ip Man” in the studio of the center.