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Lecture: “Whiteness and Weddings in the ‘Post’-Colonial, Neo-Liberal Economies of the Caribbean”

University College London (UCL) Institute of the Americas is hosting a lecture—“Whiteness and Weddings in the ‘Post’-Colonial, Neo-Liberal Economies of the Caribbean”—by Karen Wilkes (Birmingham City University), author of… 412 more words

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Madaba completes first phase of ‘world’s largest mosaic piece’

‘Project expected to be showcased to the public in April’

By Suzanna Goussous – Jan 08,2017 – JORDAN TIMERS

Over the period of almost two years, around 120,000 participants took part in the making of the 180-square-metre mosaic at Madaba’s La Storia Museum (Photo courtesy of Madaba Tourism Directorate) 187 more words

The Muslim Times

Driving to the Garden Route and back

Garden Route Trip (December 2016) – Part I

I have finally gone through all the photos we took during our trip to the Western Cape for the Christmas holidays. 769 more words

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"10 Destination Marketing Trends for 2017"

As we begin 2017, it is a time for new beginnings and new thinking. Nothing is more disparaging for marketers than to maintain the status quo and continue to market destinations in the same way as the previous year. 1,520 more words

Destination Marketing

Rosé Tinted Glasses: Returning to Bordeaux.

Brought back to the land of Rosé and Beignets – a true October miracle.

This is a collection of pictures that capture the essence of my old neighbourhood. 170 more words

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Good business, bad politics. Tigipko

Having written about Viktor Pinchuk in the previous entry, this post concentrates on another Dnipro Clan oligarch and long time acquaintance, Sergei Tigipko, who has been spending money recently. 1,300 more words

Politics

Olympic Fever Hits Tokyo as Japan Hits the New Year in 1964

It was the middle of winter, and yet on January 1, 1964, Tokyo was hot! In fact, the way the foreign press described it, Japan was running a temperature! 532 more words

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