U.S. colleges scramble after new Trump order on foreign students

NEW YORK/WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Many U.S. colleges were scrambling on Tuesday to modify plans for the fall semester … Continue Reading

TeRra Magazine Commemorates The 70th Anniversary of the Korean War

June 25th marks the 70th anniversary of the beginning of the Korean War. TeRra Magazine will never forget … Continue Reading

Serenading plants: Barcelona opera reopens with unusual concert

BARCELONA (Reuters) – Barcelona’s Liceu opera house reopened its doors on Monday for the first time in over … Continue Reading

Music heals us, Safe and sound protocol Music Therapy by Dr. Stephen Porges

In the modern period, we are living in very fast going life style, it brings us often huge … Continue Reading

Paris Opera Postpones Opening of 2020-21 Season

The Paris Opera has announced that it will delay the opening of its 2020-21 season. In a press release, … Continue Reading

South Korean doctors find risk factors for severe COVID-19 cases

Reuters, June 10, 2020, 10:05 pm SEOUL (Reuters) – South Korean doctors have found certain underlying conditions that … Continue Reading

TeRra Magazine celebrates 122nd Philippines Independence Day, June 12

TeRra magazine wish the people of the Republic of the Philippines a happy and prosperous independence day on June 12. TeRra magazine shared history, culture, arts … Continue Reading

Leaders Forum, presidential appointment project hosted by Asian American business roundtable

About the Leaders Forum: The Leaders Forum is dedicated to promoting awareness of the growing social, political and … Continue Reading

Foremost Contribution to transmission of Asian Music to the world, Journal of Asian Musicology

Council for Asian Musicology Journal of Asian Musicology is the only English written periodical publication from Asia by … Continue Reading

UN Women, COVID-19 and ending violence against women and girls

As the pandemic is moving beyond a global health crisis and morphing into a labour market, social and … Continue Reading

Recording Academy’s combat corruption, Member’s Election of Trustees

Recording Academy Voting Members: Here’s Chance to Elect Four ‘Trustees At-Large’ Four more seats will be voted on … Continue Reading

New York, Lowest Number of Deaths and Hospitalizations since COVID-19 Pandemic Began

Confirms 1,075 Additional Coronavirus Cases in New York State – Bringing Statewide Total to 376,208; New Cases in … Continue Reading

National Organization for Women celebrates Asian Pacific American Heritage Month

WASHINGTON – The coronavirus pandemic has unleashed a torrent of division, racism and discrimination against the Asian-American and Pacific Islander … Continue Reading

Einstein Was Right (Again)! General Relativity Passes Another Test

Accorfing to the Science journal ‘www.space.com’, Einstein’s general relativity was right again. Scientists have largely tested general relativity’s … Continue Reading

Empowering Women! Ivanka Trump works for International Women Entrepreneurs

Empowering Women! Ivanka Trum, Advisor to the President works with U.S Agency International Development to back women enterpreneurs. … Continue Reading

Grammy President Neil Portnow To Step Down 2019

Neil Portnow’s tenure as the Recording Academy’s president and CEO comes to a close after 17 years.  SANTA … Continue Reading

Battle Angel Alita and Asian Martial Arts, It’s not a power of Body, it is a Mind

Alita: Battle Angel is a 1990s Japanese manga series Battle Angel Alita by Yukito Kishiro. The movie was released on 2019, directed by Robert Rodriguez, … Continue Reading

Guggenheim Museum among Eight Buildings by Frank Lloyd Wright Inscribed on UNESCO World Heritage List

NEW YORK, NY—July 8, 2019)—The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum has been inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List as part … Continue Reading

Kunqu, The elegant entertainment for a Chinese Empress

Enjoy brief selections from famous Beijing opera and kunqu plays with two actors in the full makeup and … Continue Reading

What Were You Wearing in 1969 and Why?

Beyond Bell-Bottoms and Tie-Dye Thu, June 13th, 2019 | 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm New York Historical Society, Library and Museum … Continue Reading

The Melancholy, Shubert’s Piano Melodies ‘Mitsuko Uchida’

There’s melody, melancholy, and perhaps a touch of madness in the two late Schubert sonatas framing a gentle … Continue Reading

Pianist Evgeny Kissin, Returns to the Carnegie Hall

Pianist Evgeny Kissin returns to the Carnegie Hall New York. Whether he’s spinning threads of golden melody in … Continue Reading

The Most Universal Value of Humankind, UNESCO World Heritage

From masterpieces of creative genius to beautiful natural landscapes, these sites reveal the most compelling chapters of Earth’s … Continue Reading

Guggenheim Museum, Spring Performing Arts Exhibitions

Guggenheim Museum is well known for the abundunt arts events covering all performance genres beyond the any types … Continue Reading

Wild Lives, Ming of Harlem and Meshie, Child of a Chimpanzee

Museum of the Moving Image present screening event about wilde lives of ming of harlem and meshie, child … Continue Reading