Oriental dances

KUWTT: Villar and Zubiri candidates for the presidency of the Senate | May 19, 2022

Have a good day. Here are the Manila Times Top Stories for May 19, 2022. READ: Villar and Zubiri to run for Senate president THE presidency of the Senate will be a fight between Senator Juan Miguel “Migz” Zubiri and Senator Cynthia Villar, Senator Juan Edgardo “Sonny” Angara said Wednesday, …

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Don’t miss Tango Legends company concerts in Cairo and Alexandria – Music and dance – Al-Ahram Weekly

Arabic Music Institute 22 rue Ramsis, tel. 02 2574 3373 Sat 21, 8 p.m.: The National Arab Music Ensemble performs songs by the late singer and composer Mohamed Abdel-Wahab. American University in Cairo Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Bin Abdulaziz Alsaud Hall New Cairo Campus, room 2175, tel. 02 2615 2694 …

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Don’t miss Austrian duo Aliada’s concerts in Cairo and Alexandria – Music and dance – Al-Ahram Weekly

Arabic Music Institute 22 rue Ramsis, tel. 02 2574 3373 Sun 15, 8 p.m.: The Talent Development Center concert. American University in Cairo Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Bin Abdulaziz Alsaud Hall New Cairo Campus, room 2175, tel. 02 2615 2694 Malak Gabr Arts Theater Mon 16, 7 p.m.-9 p.m.: The …

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Meet Leila Haddad, the Queen of Bellydance

What strikes you the most when you meet the enigmatic Leila Haddad are those intricate braids that cascade over her shoulders and are adorned with shiny threads and metallic rings. A single cowrie dangles from one of the braids in the center of her forehead. Dressed in a pink and …

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Tannoura pioneer – Life – Al-Ahram Weekly

Tannoura, an Arabic word meaning “skirt” in English, is a traditional folk dance in which a dancer spins continuously accompanied by secular or religious songs called tawasheeh, usually a mixture of Quranic verses and classical poetry. Tannoura is common in many Islamic countries, particularly Egypt and Turkey, and traditionally it …

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Kilmore Art Expo street championships draw record crowds

Kilmore Art Expo celebrated the work of artists during its weekend at Kilmore Soldiers Memorial Hall. Pictured is Rotary Club of Southern Mitchell President Steve Ansell with artist Jacinta Stevens in front of her artwork ‘In Light of Our Differences’. By Colin MacGillivray The ORGANIZERS of Kilmore Art Expo and …

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Upcoming Local Events – Del Mar Times

The children’s book author will host a story time event on April 30 at Flower Hill Promenade Come join Millicent as she experiences weird and wonderful adventures, making new friends along the way. “Weird Millicent” author and illustrator Mel Clarkston will host a story hour and book signing at Flower …

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The making of a temple | Johnstown magazine

Some of you may have attended a craft show, wedding reception, prom or other event at the Masonic Temple, a majestic building that sits along Valley Pike. If you’re old enough, you might even remember going to teen dances on Saturday nights. But what is it exactly? The Masonic Temple …

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Finding a special pleasure in Parisian restaurants

To say I love the food would be a gross understatement. When I travel the world, in addition to enjoying the happy discovery of established and new restaurants, I can often be found wandering the aisles of markets, both formal indoor markets and outdoor farmers’ markets, even when I don’t …

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Don’t miss Mazaher Ensemble’s concert at TCC – Theater – Al-Ahram Weekly

Arabic Music Institute 22 rue Ramsis, tel. 02 2574 3373 Sun 10, 9.30 p.m.: The Set of Arab musical heritage in a repertoire of classical Arabic songs. Beit Al SeheimiAl-Muaaz St, Al-Darb Al-Asfar Alley, Al-Gamalya District, Tel 02 2787 8865Every Sunday, 7 p.m.: La Troupe du Nil for folk instruments, …

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The best luxury hotels in Tokyo [2022 Guide]

Japan is renowned for exceptional service and hospitality, with a deeply rooted “omotenashi” culture that sees customers treated with the utmost respect permeating all aspects of life. However, Tokyo’s top luxury hotels – exquisite, upscale addresses dotted around famous neighborhoods such as Shinjuku, Akasaka, and Ginza – really take it …

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Amira Saleem celebrates the first anniversary of the Golden Pharaoh Parade

Award-winning soprano Amira Saleem celebrated the first anniversary of her participation in the Golden Pharaoh’s Parade on Instagram. Saleem said the day was historic as it represented 7,000 years of civilization, and it felt like a tribute to all of Egypt’s heritage. In addition, she recalled the time of rehearsals …

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Roots of Jazz in Waupaca

The series includes live music, an interactive exhibition, a film, talks By Robert Cloud A silent auction will be held for the art of Doris Weed during Roots of Jazz in Waupaca. Roots of Jazz will present a special series of live performances, talks, paintings, a play and a film …

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Don’t miss Yehia Khalil’s jazz concert at the Cairo Opera House – Music and dance – Al-Ahram Weekly

Arabic Music Institute 22 rue Ramsis, tel. 02 2574 3373 Sun 3, 9:30 p.m.: The Coptic hymn troupe, led by Diaa Sabry. Beit Al SeheimiAl-Muaaz St, Al-Darb Al-Asfar Alley, Al-Gamalya District, Tel 02 2787 8865Every Sunday, 7 p.m.: La Troupe du Nil for folk instruments, conducted by Abdel-Rahman Al-Shafaaiperforms Upper …

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Don’t miss ‘Love and Revenge’ concerts in Cairo and Alexandria – Music and dance – Al-Ahram Weekly

Arabic Music Institute 22 rue Ramsis, tel. 02 2574 3373 Thursday 24, 8 p.m.: The Set of Arab musical heritage performs classic Arabic songs. Beit Al SeheimiAl-Muaaz St, Al-Darb Al-Asfar Alley, Al-Gamalya District, Tel 02 2787 8865Every Sunday, 7 p.m.: La Troupe du Nil for folk instruments, conducted by Abdel-Rahman …

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Group of workers to petition for wage hike in Central Visayas

Fuel prices sold at this gas station in Minglanilla, Cebu soared to P84 in the latest oil price hike implemented nationwide. | CDN Photo Digital File CEBU CITY, Philippines — A petition to increase wages in Central Visayas will be filed this Monday, March 21. The Trades Union Congress of …

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Strictly Come Dancing’s new UK tour arrives at Grimsby Auditorium

The stars of Strictly Come Dancing are hitting the road again – and coming to Grimsby for a new tour promising to take fans behind the scenes of the hit show. Strictly Presents: Keeep Dancing will feature Strictly 2020 finalist and EastEnders star Maisie Smith, as well as Strictly 2021 …

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Don’t miss superstar singer Angham’s concert at the Cairo Opera House – Music and dance – Al-Ahram Weekly

Arabic Music Institute 22 rue Ramsis, tel. 02 2574 3373 Thursday 17, 8 p.m.: The National Arabic music the ensemble performs songs by Abdel-Wahab. Fri 6, 8 p.m.: “Welcome Ramadan” concert Abu Sharar troupe of religious songs from Syria. Sat 19, 8 p.m.: Egybadour tape and Mohamed Abou-Zeid. Thursday 24, …

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The country’s best young dancers perform in Baku [PHOTO]

March 14, 2022 13:15 (UTC+04:00) 656 By Laman Ismayilova Some of the best young dancers in the country showed their skills at the Baku Dance Championship. The competition was co-organized by Azerbaijan Youth Union (AYU) and Azerbaijan Dance Association (ADA) to find talented soloists, ensembles and exchange experiences among dancers. …

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Bukidnon’s month-long ‘Kaamulan’ festival resumes after 2 years

Kaamulan Festival Street Dance Competition 2017 (Courtesy of One Happy Story Photography/Kaamulan Festival Facebook) CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY – After two years, the “Kaamulan” Festival in Bukidnon will resume from March 23 to April 23. In a telephone interview on Saturday, Provincial Tourism Officer Butch Anthony Melendez said the month-long …

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Why Minnesotans Love ‘Squid Game’, BTS and Everything Else

If you’ve been swooning over BTS, shopping for beauty products at Soko Glam, binge-watching “Squid Game,” or starving for kimbap, you’ve contributed to one of today’s hottest trends. Hallyu, which translates to “Korean Wave” and refers to South Korea’s cultural industry, has swept across America. No age group is immune …

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2022 Hawaii Triennial highlights local culture in global exposure

But unlearning paradise has precedent in Chiu’s practice, as evidenced by “Paradise Now?: Contemporary Art from the Pacific,” the 2004 exhibition she curated at the Asia Society and Museum in New York. Rethinking Hawai’i beyond the prism of leisure intervenes in what scholar Edward Said has described as the Western …

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Accordion group concert at El-Sawy Culturewheel is a must – Music and dance – Al-Ahram Weekly

Arabic Music Institute 22 rue Ramsis, tel. 02 2574 3373 Thursday 10, 8 p.m.: “Welcome Ramadan” concert Al Hadra Sufi singing troupe. Fri 11, 8 p.m.: The Abdel Halim Noweira The ensemble performs songs by Umm Kolthoum. Thursday 17, 8 p.m.: The National Arabic music the ensemble performs songs by …

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Nazen Merjian Obituary – The Providence Journal

July 20, 1932 – February 14, 2022 Born in 1885, Nazen Merjian’s maternal grandmother, Calliope Dolmajian, lived in a village near Bursa in what was then the Ottoman Empire. At the age of twenty, she married and, between 1906 and 1911, she gave birth to three children, a boy and …

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Baku will host the dance championship [PHOTO]

February 23, 2022 2:34 p.m. (UTC+04:00) 490 By Laman Ismayilova Azerbaijan Youth Union (AYU) and Azerbaijan Dance Association (ADA) are pleased to announce the Baku Dance Championship. The competition will take place at the Rashid Behbudov National Song Theater on March 6. Speaking about the Baku Dance Championship, chairman of …

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Moscow on Ice company presents Cinderella and Swan Lake ballets at the opera – Music and dance – Al-Ahram Weekly

Arabic Music Institute 22 rue Ramsis, tel. 02 2574 3373 Thursday 17, 8 p.m.: The Cairo Opera Company in a program of Valentine’s Day songs. Fri 6, 8 p.m.: Singer Noha Hafez in a concert of classical Arabic songs. Sun 20, 8 p.m.: The National Arab Music Ensemble performs songs …

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Best Late-Night Bars and Clubs in Chicago

Hey Chicagoans, are you ready for a whole new year of music, jamming, live DJs, and late-night dance parties? Well, we certainly are. With spring dancing around the corner, it’s time to update our list of nightlife spots. So, check out our favorite late-night bars and nightclubs in Chicago, and …

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Celebrate the Chinese Year of the Tiger at Robin Hill, Isle of Wight

WITH a dazzling array of award-winning illuminations and entertainment, Spirit of the Orient will burst into light every night from February 18-26 to celebrate the Year of the Tiger. Follow the floating lanterns to the top of the ancient forest and see the entrance to the Chinese New Year show. …

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Ten things to do for free in Denver this week

Click to enlarge Love is in the air. Downtown Denver To start the week off right, head to the downtown Denver ice rink: although skating there is always free, on Valentine’s Day you won’t need to pay for equipment. This is just the start of the great free activities in …

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14 highly anticipated new luxury hotels to open in Asia in 2022

Want to know which new hotels will open in Asia in 2022? Despite the Omicron wave, countries are eager to open borders to bring tourists back and boost economies that have been hit hard by the pandemic. If you’ve been fully vaccinated and feel like traveling, consider quarantine-free travel bubbles …

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Lunar New Year Celebrations: Residents of Baton Rouge Usher in the Year of the Tiger | Entertainment

February 1 marked the start of the Lunar New Year. This holiday is celebrated by the Asian community around the world, including many in Baton Rouge. This year resonates deeply here as we welcome the Year of the Tiger. For those not celebrating the holidays, consider combining your birthday, 4th …

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Don’t miss Mona Burkhardt’s concert at the Cairo Opera House – Music and dance – Al-Ahram Weekly

Amir Bashtak Palace Al-Muaaz Street, tel. 02 2787 9187 Thursday 10, 7 p.m.: A concert of classical Arabic music with singers Said Osman and Dahlia Adel. American University in Cairo New Cairo Campus, room 2175, tel. 02 2615 2694 Malak Gabr Arts Theater Mon 14, 1-2 p.m.: Travel back in …

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THE SPIRIT OF THE ORIENT TO CELEBRATE THE YEAR OF THE TIGER AT ROBIN HILL – Island Echo

The Isle of Wight’s biggest Chinese New Year event returns to Robin Hill in February, as Spirit of the Orient celebrates the Year of the Tiger. With a dazzling array of award-winning illuminations and entertainment, Spirit of the Orient will burst into light every night from February 18-26, 2022. Follow …

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Meet Entertainer, Socialite, Multitalented Singer! Hannah Oyin Fakoya

Oyin is a multi-talented entertainment personality based in Lagos, Nigeria. Read Oyin’s full biography, age and career. Oyin Biography Hannah Oyin Fakoya (popularly known as Oyin) is a German-born Nigerian singer, songwriter, producer, model and cultural ambassador. The blonde bombshell from a mid-sized town in one of West Germany’s most …

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Residents of Banbury nursing home celebrate Chinese New Year

Homemade decorations to celebrate Chinese New Year Submitted by Barchester Healthcare Staff and residents of Glebefields Care Home in Drayton, Banbury, Oxfordshire, were welcomed into the Year of the Tiger with a day of celebrations and activities. Inspired by Chinese culture and traditions, the house was decorated with lanterns and …

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Oriental party to celebrate Chinese New Year at Southport Nursing Home

Residents celebrate Chinese New Year Submitted by Sutton Grange Care Home To celebrate Chinese New Year, staff and residents were welcomed into the Year of the Tiger with a day of celebrations and activities at Sutton Grange Care Home in Banks, Southport. Inspired by Chinese culture and traditions, the house …

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Don’t miss Tablet El Set’s concert at El-Sawy Culturewheel – Music and dance – Al-Ahram Weekly

Arabic Music Institute 22 rue Ramsis, tel. 02 2574 3373 Fri 4, 8 p.m.: A singing recital by Omnia Hassan. Sat 5, 8 p.m.: The Abdel Halim Noweira Arabic music ensemble performs songs by Umm Kolthoum. Beit Al SeheimiAl-Muaaz St, Al-Darb Al-Asfar Alley, Al-Gamalya District, Tel 02 2787 8865Every Sunday, …

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Odissi, the Japanese connection | India is blooming

The beautiful Odissi dance has admirers and representatives not only in India but also beyond. In Japan, for example, there are disciples and schools to teach the art. Why does this classical dance from the shores of the Bay of Bengal attract dancers from faraway Japan? Amrita Singh of Kobe, …

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Celebrate Chinese New Year the Kolkata way

The history of Chinese settlement in Calcutta dates back to the end of the 18and century when a certain Tong Acew set up a sugar manufacturing unit south of the city. Although the sugar factory closed, the workers moved into the town proper. Scholars who research international migration have written …

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Paul Lau made the Chinese New Year celebrations a big deal

The Pinoys have celebrated the Chinese New Year for centuries. But before the mid-1990s, CNY festivities were largely centered in Binondo, Manila, considered the oldest Chinatown in the world. Beloved PR Charisse Chuidian, who in the 90s worked as director of communications at Mandarin Oriental, Manila, recalls that celebrations at …

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Where to Celebrate Lunar New Year 2022 in Miami

Nearly two billion people celebrate the Lunar New Year around the world. It is an important cultural celebration in Asia and among the Chinese, Vietnamese and Korean diasporas who live in different parts of the world. (I consider myself one of them, my family having ancestry in Fujian province in …

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The absolute best ramen in the USA

Being part of the family unit, uncles have a kind of… specific reputation. For better or worse, they are often seen as the pranksters, the agents of chaos who drop opinion bombs and get away before they hit the fan. They can give great advice, act as guides, and generally …

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The most anticipated hotel openings in Asia in 2022

Have you already made plans for the holidays this year? Here are the most anticipated new hotel openings in Asia in 2022 to inspire you. Whether it’s sea, sand, sun or mountains, we’re sure at least one of these hotels can satisfy your next travel craving. 14 new hotel openings …

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Roshanara – the dancer who brought ‘the spirit of central India’ to London, New York

AAn image of a fair-skinned woman with thick, striking jet-black hair flying behind her as she strikes a dance pose is one of Olive Katherine Craddock’s most common images. In two other black and white photos, Craddock strikes another pose in a sari and matha patti. She looks extremely comfortable. …

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Dedicated to Odissi

By Amrita Singh* Kimiko Yanagida Kimiko Yanagida combines passion for her art and academia. A veteran artist from Odissi, Yanagida trained with Guru Hare Krishna Behera for five years and with Guru Subash Chandra Swain for almost three decades. As a student, she researched dance philosophy at the National Women’s …

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14 highly anticipated hotel openings in Asia for 2022

The constant closures over the past two years have made us want to hop on a three-hour flight to Thailand and eat our fill of local delicacies for the weekend. While we wait (not so patiently) for countries to open their borders, we’ll take comfort in thinking about booking one …

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VIDEO: Beloved Show Resurrected for ‘Minnie & Friends Harbor Greeting: A Table is Waiting’ at Tokyo DisneySea

The first (official) seasonal event in two years is taking place at Tokyo Disney Resort, with both parks looking back on past entertainment in short greetings. We were on hand for the very first, which revisited the classic ‘A Table is Waiting’ show, which played at the Dockside Stage from …

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Unraveling a taxonomic web, Sri Lankan researchers describe seven new jumping spiders

A new genetic analysis of the jumping spider genus Flacillula purged unrelated species and described seven new ones, all endemic to Sri Lanka. The genus had been little studied since the type species, F. lubrica, or the eastern jumping spider, was described in 1901. Now it’s joined by seven other …

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Broadway musical Pretty Woman dances in Boston for opera

R. Scott Reedy Before starting his last role on stage, Adam Pascal had to familiarize himself not only with his character but also with his costumes. For Pascal, playing high-octane businessman Edward Lewis on the US national tour of “Pretty Woman: The Musical” – at the Citizens Bank Opera House …

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what are the benefits for students?

As you sit at your desk all day, hunched over textbooks and notes, you gradually turn into an indestructible mountain that turns into a chair. Something has to be done about it. Rest is a change of activities. And if the course you are studying does not involve any mobility, …

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Sun Yi and Zhang Xiaolong’s first classical dance performance “Hello Saturday” will take you tonight to appreciate the beauty of the East-Peninsula.com

Home »Entertainment» Sun Yi and Zhang Xiaolong’s First Classical Dance Show “Hello, Saturday” will bring you to enjoy the beauty of the East-Peninsula.com tonight January 9, 2022 Wang Yue, journalist specializing in all media on the peninsula Chinese culture is wide and deep, the grace and grace of women are …

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Don’t miss the Royal National Ballet of Georgia’s Fire of Georgia performances – Music and dance – Al-Ahram Weekly

Arabic Music Institute 22 rue Ramsis, tel. 02 2574 3373 Thursday 6:00 p.m., 8:00 p.m.: The New Year and Christmas Gala Concert will feature Cairo Opera Companyaccompanied by the pianist Greg Martin, in a concert of international songs. The concert features opera singers Iman Mustafa, Reda Al-Wakeel, Tahia Shamseddin, Emad …

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Interview: Wray Armstrong and Evita Zhang of Armstrong Music & Arts on bridging the cultural divide between China and the West

Cultural exchanges have long served as a counterweight to international tensions. While the COVID-19 pandemic has reminded us of just how poorly nations cooperate, art providers persist in working to increase understanding and collaboration. Armstrong Music & Arts builds cultural bridges between China and the West by touring and managing …

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Art center welcomes New Years with concerts, dances and plays

The Shanghai Oriental Art Center invites citizens to the theater during the holiday season of January and February, as it has planned more than 30 performances from New Year’s Eve to Spring Festival. Performances include concerts, dance performances and plays. Composer-conductor Jin Chengzhi and his Rainbow Chamber Singers will accompany …

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10 Least Visited Indian Cities And Why You Should Go

Besides popular adventure spots, spiritual lands, and bone reduction locations, India is also home to a host of hidden gems. Let’s underline the ten less cities that a travel enthusiast can think of when planning a trip. Gurez Valley in Kashmir The fresh air, the surreal landscapes, the breathtaking scenery …

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Milwaukee Muslim Women’s Coalition Celebrates Donors

Take action to help Afghan evacuees “When the Afghan refugees started arriving at Fort McCoy, we were immediately alerted to the problems, mainly that the bases were not prepared – there was no change of clothes, they were always trying to find cultural foods, ”Najeeb said. “The state coordinator contacted …

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China National Basketball Association’s ‘Onegin’ Rehearsal Premiere Reproduces Literary Classics With Dramatic Toe Charm

December 17, 2021 Original Title: Re-repeat premiere of China National Basketball Association’s “Onegin”, reproduces literary classics with the charm of toe drama Photo by Shi Ren from Ballet Central’s “Onegin” Still Images China News Service, Beijing, December 17 (Reporter Ying Ni) The classical ballet “Onegin” of the National Ballet premiered …

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Xoe Dance Obtains UNESCO Recognition | Culture – Sports

Thai folk dance xoe from Vietnam has just been added to the list of Intangible Cultural Heritages of Humanity by UNESCO. The United Nations cultural agency announced this recognition during its 16th session, which was held in Paris (France) on December 15. No less than 2013 people perform xoe, a …

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Don’t miss the concerts of the group Cairo Steps at the Cairo Opera House – Music and dance – Al-Ahram Weekly

Arab Music Institute 22 rue Ramsis, Tel 02 2574 3373 Thursday 9 and Fri 10, 8 p.m .: The Cairo Opera Company. Sun 12, 8 p.m .: The Arab Musical Heritage Set performs classical Arabic songs. Thursday 16, 8 p.m .: Cello recital by Mohamed ahmed. Beit Al-SeheimiAl-Muaaz St, Al-Darb …

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The Sinulog festival will continue in 2022

Mayor Mike Rama cites increased vaccinations in Cebu City as reason for allowing Sinulog to be held in 2022 – likely a hybrid of virtual and in-person shows CEBU CITY, Philippines — The 2022 Sinulog Festival will take place in Cebu City in January, Mayor Mike Rama said Tuesday, December …

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Nrityakosh Presents Belly Dancing Party

Led by Debapriya Das, the evening will feature some of her latest choreography Debapriya Das holds a master’s degree in economics and has even worked as a research economist. Not wishing to be tied to the numbers, she started belly dancing. Swaying to rhythmic Middle Eastern beats and learning all …

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Culture of Mallorca: Festival of the Stars of the East

The 7th edition of Festival of Eastern Stars wowed audiences at the Occidental Play in Palma. He showcased the talents of 4 Ukrainian stars; Alex Delora, Diva Darina, Anna Chepets and Julia Farid took part in the event alongside Oscar Flores from Argentina, who is the only man in the …

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Dystopia, ‘she-cession’, TikTok dances: we’re on you, 2021

NEW YORK (AP) – The pandemic, politics, widespread anxiety about the climate and the economy. Did 2021 give us time to think about something else? As we limp into a New Year, there are a few other things we’d like to leave behind, from pop culture’s obsession with all things …

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“Sri Lanka Day – 2021” and Book and Culture Exhibition

The Embassy of Sri Lanka in Russia organized the “Sri Lanka Day 2021” jointly with the Russian State Library (RSL) in the conference hall of the Center for Oriental Literature of the RSL on November 23, 2021 with the aim of to promote Sri Lankan culture. , Ceylon tea, tourism …

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Museum of Decorative Arts, a Must-see in Havana (81 Photos)

Havana Decorative Arts Museum Photo report by Irina Pino HAVANA TIMES – It was a rainy afternoon, I was in Vedado, on streets 17th and E, near the Museum of Decorative Arts. A miracle! It was open again, after two years of closure due to the cursed pandemic. I walked …

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The Royal Ballet is modifying the “Arabian dance” scene in The Nutcracker to ensure the performance is …

November 26, 2021, 12:15 The Royal Ballet is changing the Nutcracker stage to make the Christmas show more inclusive. Image: Getty The Royal Ballet has modified the Arabic dance of its annual Christmas production of The Nutcracker, to ensure that it remains “fresh and inclusive”. The 37-year-old production of Nutcracker, …

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A sophisticated return to art deco

It’s no wonder that art deco is all the rage for 2022 in interiors. So flexible and charming, there was always a high beaded shoe in every camp – vintage and contemporary and has enjoyed a quiet renaissance since the 1960s. Everyone seems to respond to his polished glamor, and …

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“Dance with the stars”: JoJo Siwa and Jenna Johnson Chmerkovskiy react in second place | Entertainment News

There was an incredible buzz about JoJo Siwa and his professional dance partner Jenna Johnson Chmerkovskiy winning this year’s award Dancing with the stars competition as it would have been the first time that a same-sex couple had not only participated in the dance competition reality show, but also won …

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Kings of Prussia with Tumbledown Shack @ Globe Hall – 11/12/21

Globe Hall presents Kings of Prussia (Ultimate Phish Tribute) with Tumbledown Shack (Grateful Dead) on Saturday December 11 – Kings of Prussia is Colorado’s most popular new Phish Tribute act. Since the return of live music in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, the kings of Prussia have experienced a …

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Inside disgusting Chinese takeout as owner is taken to court

The owner of a Chinese takeout store in Salford has been taken to court after inspectors found the store in disgusting condition. Mr Chi Wui Kong, the former owner of Hodge Road Oriental in Worsley, was ordered to pay £ 1,000 after appearing in Manchester Magistrates’ Court on Thursday (18 …

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Urban Nutcracker gives a Houston twist to classic ballet, features dancers of color

In the land of blue hats, beautiful brunette girls wearing tights and toe-shaped shoes that match their complexion appear to be taking off during a recent rehearsal of “Houston’s Urban Nutcracker”. They leap in the air and spin around the ground effortlessly. Their bright smiles capture the joy of the …

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Dancing to the rhythm of the story

Dances inspired by cultural relics are staged as part of The Nation’s Greatest Treasures: Show Season, a spinoff of a popular variety show produced by China Central Television. Among them are The legend of a panorama of rivers and mountains , Five stars rise in the east and Li Hua …

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Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra returns to Egypt – Music and dance – Al-Ahram Weekly

The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra is back in Egypt after 71 years to give concerts on the occasion of the opening of the new opera house of the New Administrative Capital The new opera house in the new administrative capital The City of Arts and Culture in the new Egyptian administrative …

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The Vienna Philharmonic is back in Egypt – Music and dance – Al-Ahram Weekly

The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra returns to Egypt after 71 years to give concerts on the occasion of the opening of the new opera house of the New Administrative Capital The new opera house in the new administrative capital The City of Arts and Culture in the new Egyptian administrative capital …

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UAE-based fusion band Noon to perform at Expo 2020 Dubai

Noon, United Arab Emirates based fusion music group Image Credit: Provided Dubai-based fusion music group Noon is teaming up with Grammy-nominated percussionist Weedie Braimah and trumpeter Christian Scott aTunde Adjua for a magical evening of music on November 11 at Expo 2020 Dubai. They will take to the Jubilee Stage …

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Where to celebrate Loy Krathong 2021 in Bangkok

Here’s where to celebrate Loy Krathong 2021 this November 19, 2021. On Friday, November 19, 2021, Thailand soaks up lanterns and lights. Loy Krathong, known worldwide as the “Thai Festival of Lights”, symbolizes stepping away from bad luck and paying homage to the goddess of water. The most beautiful night …

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A belly dancing holiday party

Come see some of the fantastic, dramatic and breathtaking belly dancing that Bellingham has to offer! Plus special guests, the Qabila Folk Dance Company and drummer David Metz who will be coming from Seattle to perform for us tonight! Come early for a drink at the Firehouse Cafe before the …

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Strictly Come Dancing Halloween Songs and Dances

THE Strictly The ballroom is set for a makeover ahead of Halloween week this weekend. The BBC said: “There are sure to be some great tips, treats and moves. “… Prepare for a spooky Saturday.” Mwahahaha! We have some great routines in store for our Halloween special. ?? https://t.co/OEYFzn5X1Q pic.twitter.com/k2dhkGDfCn …

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THE SPONGE BOB MUSIC at the Harrisburg Theater

The Musical SpongeBob premiered in 2016 at the Oriental Theater in Chicago. Based on the animated television series Nickelodeon Sponge Bob SquarePants, the musical features a book by Kyle Jarrow and music by various artists including Sara Bareilles, They Might Be Giants, John Legend and many more. The Musical SpongeBob …

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RTL today – What’s new? 22 october

Welcome to the weekend! This one is filled with exotic instruments on stage, a loop workshop for children or a military history exhibition in Diekirch. 1. Start looping at the Rocklab workshop What: Fun workshopOr: Rocklab at the Rockhal, 5 Av. Du Rock’n’Roll, 4083 Esch-sur-AlzetteWhen: Friday October 22 – Saturday …

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12-year-old girl shot dead in Capitol Heights recovers from a week behind schedule

Prince George County Police have released new video of the gunman standing on the car’s sunroof. CAPITOL HEIGHTS, Md. – The family of a 12-year-old girl who was critically gunned down while awaiting food hope authorities can better tackle violent crime in the future. The victim’s mother told WUSA9 her …

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Blackpool lap dance club ban updated as council officially adopts phase-out program

Blackpool council has officially adopted a policy that will eventually see lap dancing clubs abolished throughout the resort in an effort to bolster its reputation. The ambition to purge the city of places of sexual entertainment (SEV) was first revealed in January of this year. And now, following public consultation, …

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Lattafa Perfumes: A Dynasty of Made in UAE Perfumes

Shaikh Shahid Ahmed, Founder, Parfums Lattafa Image Credit: Stegan Lindeque / Gulf News Please share a brief history of the brand, when was Lattafa Perfumes founded and why? I came to Dubai about four decades back from Pakistan and started working with my uncle in his perfume store, and continued …

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Netherlands issues stamp dedicated to prominent singer

September 11, 2021 10:22 a.m. (UTC + 04:00 a.m.) 401 By Laman Ismayilova Netherlands PostNL has issued a postage stamp featuring prominent singer and actor Rashid Behbudov as part of the “Pearls of Azerbaijan” project. The “Rashid Behbudov. Azerbaijani singer and actor” postage stamp was issued by talented dancer Saltanat …

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A non-living influencer dances for a life insurer | Advertising

Speaking of creativity in insurance advertising (which we were, in yesterday’s article, “Insurance Marketing Executives Seek To Erase Segment Rep For Poor Creatives”), here is a recent campaign. of the new Korean insurance brand Shinhan Life. Aimed at young consumers (isn’t that all?), This is a K-pop flavored, TikTok-inspired dance …

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Uruguay starts dancing again as pandemic subsides

MONTEVIDEO, Uruguay (AP) – After long months of illness, Uruguay is dancing again. Last week, the government allowed ballrooms and event halls to open as the country’s COVID-19 death rate – once among the world’s highest per capita – fell sharply. Seventy percent of Uruguayans have received both doses of …

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Privatization of struggling general insurance companies will help them regain their health

State-owned general insurance companies have played a vital role in India. The insurance business was nationalized by the General Insurance Business (Nationalization) Act (GIBNA) 1972. All of the former 107 insurers were merged and consolidated into four companies – Oriental Insurance Company Limited (OICL), United India Insurance Company Limited (UIICL), …

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A long-awaited renewal – BusinessWorld

In the event of a pandemic, The Met will open in December. FOR 25 years, the evolving Art Deco Metropolitan Theater was just a landmark for commuters to use to get around the city of Manila. Today, for the first time since it closed in 1996 and after numerous attempts …

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What’s next at the Louis Vuitton Foundation?

Image Credit: Provided The foundation will receive the Morozov Collection, one of the most important collections of Impressionist and Modern art in the world. It will be exhibited for the first time outside Russia. Its exhibition at the Louis Vuitton Foundation is an event of exceptional historical and artistic importance, …

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NOTICE | JILL VASBINDER: Choreography Copyright

In January 2020, 14-year-old Jalaiah Harmon created what would become one of the biggest viral dance thrills on TikTok. But few users knew that Harmon, who is black, invented the dance – which she dubbed the Renegade – at least a month later when the New York Times brought attention …

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My Lola decolonizes the Garden of Eden

On July 9, Illinois became the first state in the United States to require Asian American history to be taught in public schools. For Asian Americans, it was a time to celebrate our stories and cultures entering the mainstream. Indeed, hearing the news helped me remember the stories of my …

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Cloudstar – IT provider for real estate, finance and insurance worlds – shot dead by ransomware • The Register

In short Cloud-based IT provider Cloudstar has been hit by ransomware, causing its systems to crash. He said he is currently negotiating with the crooks who infected his computers. “On Friday, July 16, Cloudstar discovered it was the victim of a highly sophisticated ransomware attack,” the Florida-based company warned customers …

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