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The paper flower festival of Campo Maior

Campo Maior is not exactly Portugal’s prettiest border town. It has the regulation castle-fort on its highest point, the usual cathedral, squat white-washed houses with the blue or ochre-outlined windowpanes typical of the southern region, and cobbled streets. 936 more words



I’m terribly hyped because of some little things. It’s fashion blogs and particularly the story of ManRepeller . I suddenly got so much strengh and desire to study everything about cinema including dark sides like distribution and producing. 277 more words


Trying to save traditional arts

By Candice Yang 

The melody of Cantonese opera comes from the radio in Weixing Copper Ware Store. Su Weixing, the storekeeper, is making tea with a copper teapot. 1,882 more words


Japan Study Abroad: Post Two

Hello and welcome back to my study abroad in Japan blog! My name is Solara, and I’m here to tell you all about day two of our academic pursuits. 467 more words


Commonalities across boundaries

The two young women move swiftly and gracefully to the front of the stage, arms outstretched. In the centre of the stage a young man holds a stylized pose.

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Art for Autism Festival accomplished in Mumbai by collaboration of Reliance Foundation and Velvi

In partnership with Velvi, Reliance Foundation brought the popular Art for Autism festival to Mumbai this year. The event took place from Feb 12 to 14 at Swadeshi Complex, Chunabhatti.

Reliance Foundation

Producer Profile: Deborah Livingstone-Lowe of Upper Canada Weaving

Deborah Livingston-Lowe studied woven textiles at the Ontario Collage of Art and Design (OCAD) and has 30 years of experience in weaving, antique textile restoration and appraising. 74 more words

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