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"Artists have some responsibility to respond to the world around them," says frontman Paul…
02.22 / 18:27
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The tricked-out Trans Am from the TV show is, for collectors, the Holy…
02.22 / 16:18
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A new exhibition at the Museum of the City of New York celebrates the city's large and diverse Muslim…
02.22 / 15:16
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In the latest installment of our new (semi)regular segment, Wow! Really?, we examine little-known or unexpected facts about Hungary and Hungarian culture. Today, we turn to a Hungarian-American who wants to fundamentally change the nature of humanity.  Zoltán István, a Hungarian-American journalist entrepreneur, and candidate in last year’s US presidential election, is one of the leading voices in the world […] The post Wow! Really? The Hungarian-American Transhumanist Who Wants to Be…
02.22 / 15:05
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"Everything she wore was photographed and commented on," curator Libby Thompson says of her enduring…
02.22 / 14:52
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A new exhibition will mark the 20th anniversary of Diana's…
02.22 / 14:16
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Budapest has a fairly unique quality, being among the very few large cities in the world that is rich in thermal water – so it is also called the city of spas, and has been a well-known balneological center since the 1930s. Do you know which historic bath of Budapest can be seen on this vintage pictures and approximately when […] The post Buda-Past: Do You Think You Know The Baths Of Budapest? appeared first on Hungary T…
02.22 / 13:16
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The moving drama stars Hugh Bonneville, Gillian Anderson and Manish…
02.22 / 12:06
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“I want to show the UK that there’s more to Hungarians than paprika and more to Transylvania than Dracula,” says Ottilia Ördög, organiser of the country’s first Transylvanian Hungarian festival of arts and culture to be held on 13-14 May 2017. A Transylvanian herself, Ottilia was born in Sepsiszentgyörgy (Sfântu Gheorghe, Ro), Kovászna (Covasna, Ro) county, moving to England with […] The post “There Is More To Transylvania Than Dracula” – Manchester To Host UK&…
02.22 / 10:52
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Meanwhile, The 1975’s Matty Healy recently revealed his plans to collaborate with S…
02.22 / 10:05
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"Star Wars" spin-off courts a Khaleesi, a "Westworld" host and a…
02.22 / 09:59
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"I do consider it one of the worst decisions ever…
02.22 / 09:09
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As the 45th anniversary of the release of Shanghai Communique on Feb 28 approaches, the Chinese version of Seize the Hour: When Nixon Met Mao by Margaret McMillan that she first published in 2006 is now available in…
02.22 / 07:06
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The Chinese film market will see two movie adaptions based on two phenomenal video games – "Assassin's Creed" and "Resident Evil" – vie for box office earnings this wee…
02.22 / 06:24
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Chinese actor Wu Xiubo has been appointed Tourism Australia's Ambassador for the 2017 China-Australia Year of…
02.22 / 03:06
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How can you explore the world’s history in only 100 cultural objects? The answer can be found at an upcoming exhibition at the National Museum of China in B…
02.22 / 02:13
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The Chinese New Year Concert 2017 performed by Guangdong National Orchestra of China kicked off on…
02.22 / 01:22
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Sudanese visual artist Rashid Diab does not regard fine arts as something exercised by artists, but also as a lifestyle, a tool to change the community and a therapy for diseases, especially for…
02.22 / 01:22
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Representatives from over 50 countries will participate in the 19th Habanos Cigar Festival, the event organizer said on…
02.22 / 01:22
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The exchange of two exhibitions of ancient Greek and Chinese science and technology will run in parallel in autumn 2017 to spring 2018 in the Museum Herakleidon in Athens and the China Science and Technology Museum (CSTM) of Beijing, officials said on…
02.22 / 00:58
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