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芸妓Geisha

    

These photos are taken during my traveling in Kyoto Japan. The girl dressed in a decorative kimono is actually a young Geisha. Geisha, 芸 (gei) meaning “art” and 者 (sha) meaning “person”; the most literal translation of geisha into English would be an artist or performing artist. 182 more words

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sometimes you are with me when I bike
right in the middle of my eyes
you look through
as if recreating tides

sometimes you rise… 199 more words

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Western pop music making eyes at China

Like brands, singers can also strive to appeal to the Chinese audience – with more or less success.

First, by performing concerts in China. Maria Carey, one of the earliest popular American singer in China, just gathered around 38 000 fans only in Beijing.But many less consensual singers remain “banned” in the country: Lady Gaga, Beyoncé or Katy Perry for instance would all have had issues with the Chinese Government to release their albums and organize concerts in the country. 606 more words

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