Yo-yo Ma, American Cellist

Yo-Yo Ma (1955~) is a American cellist. One of the most celebrity in the classical music scene in his … Continue Reading

Goto Ryu, American Japanese Violinist

Ryu Goto (五嶋 龍 , born July 13, 1988, in New York City, New York) is a Japanese-American … Continue Reading

Ebola response in Democratic Republic of the Congo risks slowdown

WHO Director-General Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus today called on donors to continue funding the response to the Ebola … Continue Reading

Space Soared in Music, 4’33” John Cage

John Cage’s representative piano works 4’33” could be considered as the pioneering music which absorbed space in music, … Continue Reading

WHO Remarks Countries are spending more on health, but people are still paying too much out of their own pockets

Geneva Spending on health is growing faster than the rest of the global economy, accounting for 10% of … Continue Reading

Erhu and Haegeum, Sound Magic of Two Strings

The erhu and Haegeum is a two-stringed bowed musical instruments, more specifically a spike fiddle, which may also be called a Southern Fiddle. … Continue Reading

JTL, South Korea’s Hiphop Their Own

JTL, South Korea’s Hiphop Their Own in Sweet Melodies.. JTL Korean Hiphop Group (2001-2003) A Better Day 2001 … Continue Reading

It Happened One Night, The Oscar

  It Happened One Night First Movie, Winner of 5 Oscars®, 1934 Clark Gable & Claudette Colbert Sony Pictures … Continue Reading

New WHO-ITU standard aims to prevent hearing loss among 1.1 billion young people

Feb. 12., Geneva Nearly 50% of people aged 12-35 years – or 1.1 billion young people – are … Continue Reading

You’re So Special, Radiohead

Radiohead is an English alternative rock band from Abingdon, Oxfordshire, formed in 1985. The band consists of Thom Yorke (vocals, guitar, piano, keyboards), … Continue Reading

What Is Real Innocence: MIKIMOTO Pearls

*not sponsored written by TeRra Han   “My dream is to adorn the necks of all women around … Continue Reading

Aesthetics of The Eastern Archery

In the Western cultures, what would be reminded first if imagine bow and arrow. Perhaps Cupid’s arrow would … Continue Reading

John Keynes, The Economist Who Loved A Dancer

John Maynard Keynes(1883 –  1946), was a British economist whose ideas fundamentally changed the theory and practice of macroeconomics and … Continue Reading

Woori Kim’s Deja Vu of Debussy

Debussy Déjà Vu Woori Kim, Piano The softness coming from the completion of techniques and the sensitivity. Dec. … Continue Reading

Olympic Gold Medalist Shim Suk-hee Files Complaint against Ex-coach over Sexual Assault

South Korean Olympic short track champion Shim Suk-hee has filed a complaint with police against her ex-coach over … Continue Reading

Kyo Shin an Arts, Brings Japanese and Western Classical Music together for 10 Years

From groundbreaking to mainstream, over the last decade KSA has built and promoted a wide body of new … Continue Reading

Carlos Rivera painted orange murals in Guatemala City in support of UN Women and the UNiTE campaign to End Violence against Women

Women and activists have been reflecting on the progress made across the world in 2018 in reducing discrimination … Continue Reading

On-Time Opening of Second Avenue Subway with Inaugural New Year’s Eve Ride

East Side Neighbors, Workers Who Built the Line, Dignitaries, Elected Officials, Leading NY Cultural Institutions Join First Ride … Continue Reading

New York Times (Sort of) Removes Honorifics From Pop Culture Stories

By John Bonazzo • OBSERVER  Beginning this week, The New York Times will cease using courtesy titles like Mr. and Ms. in pop culture … Continue Reading

News From The FIT Museum

The most fashionable museum of Fashion, the museum at FIT bring bunch of winter programs on December. Please … Continue Reading

Over 3,800 Toys, Coats and School Supplies Distributed Across the State This Holiday Season

Holiday Toys, Coats and School Supplies to Buffalo and Long Island. Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today visited Buffalo … Continue Reading

IEEE Announces Retractions from IEEE Transactions on Electromagnetic Compatibility

Piscataway, N.J. – 20 November 2018 – IEEE, the world’s largest technical professional organization dedicated to advancing technology … Continue Reading

UNESCO, Sustainable tourism workshop for World Heritage Journeys: Buddha project

The UNESCO World Heritage Centre held a workshop on 26-27 November in Bhopal, India, with stakeholders of the … Continue Reading

Asia Week New York Celebrates Its 10th Anniversary with an All-star Roster

New York: The Asia Week New York Association announces thatforty-eight international galleries and six auction houses -Bonhams,Christie’s, Doyle, … Continue Reading

Asian Cultural Council 3rd East-West Dialogue: Fumihiko Maki & Peter Grilli

East-West Dialogue: Fumihiko Maki & Peter Grilli December 10, 2018 On November 14, the Asian Cultural Council convened … Continue Reading