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  • An Old Practice of Lunar New Year in Indonesia

    An Old Practice of Lunar New Year in Indonesia

    Jakarta (AFP) — Chinese-Indonesian Anatasha Eka will happily accept a red envelope stuffed with "good luck" cash from her grandmother and visit a temple for Lunar New Year -- despite being among a swelling number of young evangelical Christians here shrugging off Chinese tradition.

  • Arabic Brilliance Untold Story

    Arabic Brilliance Untold Story

    Next year, we will be celebrating the 200th anniversary of Charles Darwin's birth, and the 150th of the publication of his On The Origin of Species, which revolutionized our understanding of biology.

  • Explore the Celtic Nations

    Explore the Celtic Nations

    Discover and learn more about the Celtic nations.

  • Roman Empire: The Greatest Empire

    Roman Empire: The Greatest Empire

    This work was carried out within the scope of History A, in compensation for the missing material. We write about the end of the greatest empire ever, the Roman, an ironic and tragic end for the people announcing tragedies. And also the coming of the Suevi, a Nordic people who occupied northern Spain and Portugal during the barbarian invasions of the 3rd century AD. Ç.

  • A Holiday Tree or a Christmas Tree?

    A Holiday Tree or a Christmas Tree?

    Here we go again. To call a Christmas tree or not to call it a Christmas tree. It is a Christmas Tree for Christ's sake, pardon the pun. I, for one, a Muslim, am not offended by the presence of a beautifully decorated tree adorning homes stores and offices. It's rather pleasant to look at, to say nothing of the goodies underneath it.

  • Utopia Artistic Dimension

    Utopia Artistic Dimension

    "I am only interested by the diverging conscience because only in it we can find utopic energies." Harald Szeeman Utopia experimented as pure experience, as basic parallel research, free from the need to be efficient, links that which is possible to the impossible through the practice of calculations, whether parallel or not, whose poetical result allows the meeting of science and art as an "interconnection of fields of knowledge."

  • War Poets Collection: Arras and Captain Satan

    War Poets Collection: Arras and Captain Satan

    About the year 1640, James Howell, an English traveller spoke of "the Netherlands" as "the cockpit of Christendom." Some one suspecting him of cynicism has altered the phrase to "the cockpit of Europe." Howell was not, of course, referring to the Dutch Netherlands, for within its frontiers comparatively few battles have been fought, but to the Low Countries, comprising what is now Belgian Flanders and the old French province of Artois.

  • Middle Ages in Europe

    Middle Ages in Europe

    The medieval forms in the history of Europe during the period between antiquity and the early modern period . Traditionally situated is done by Italian humanists introduced period between the fall of the Western Roman Empire in the 5th century and the Renaissance as from the 14th century in Italy began.

  • World Wide Web: Short History

    World Wide Web: Short History

    The Internet can be traced back to the invention of computers and networking in the 1950s. In the early 1960s the Department of Defense finalized the first Computer Network, ARPANET. While working with ARPANET, Tim Berners-Lee created the World Wide Web to harness the Internet and connect his hypertext documents together. ARPANET was decommissioned in 1990 but limited private connections to the Internet in several larger cities by the late 1980s were growing and when NSFNET was decommissioned in 1995, they removed the last restrictions to public use of the Internet, paving the way to a commercially viable superhighway.

  • German: Belgium's One of the Official Language

    German: Belgium's One of the Official Language

    German is one of the three officially recognized languages in Belgium along with Dutch and French. There are some 100,000 German speakers in Belgium today; 69,000 living in the areas where German is officially recognized around St Vith and Eupen, and some 20,000-25,000 in the unrecognized areas which include Montzen and Arel.

  • The Culture and Education in Belgium

    The Culture and Education in Belgium

    In Flanders, the development of (cultural) competences is an important strategic objective of the government as a whole. The "Vision 2050. A long-term strategy for Flanders" identifies lifelong learning as a priority.

  • GALA Hispanic Theater History

    GALA Hispanic Theater History

    2005 was a banner year for GALA as it moved into its long-awaited home at the Tivoli and became a permanent national Hispanic theater. 2006 marks GALA’s 30th year in existence as it celebrates its transition from Act One, as a groundbreaking yet somewhat nomadic theater, to Act Two, as a national center for Latino performing arts.

  • Belgian State And Church

    Belgian State And Church

    The Belgian Constitution of 1831 determines until now the relationship between State and Church. In 1831 there were many debates between Catholics and Liberals about the influence of the Church. The result is the Constitution, a historic compromise.

  • Know More About Belgium

    Know More About Belgium

    The Flemish Region covers 13,512 km2 and has a population of 5,824,628. With almost 431 inhabitants per square kilometer, the Flemish region represents one of the most densely populated areas in the world.

  • The History of GALA

    The History of GALA

    2005 was a banner year for GALA as it moved into its long-awaited home at the Tivoli and became a permanent national Hispanic theater. 2006 marks GALA’s 30th year in existence as it celebrates its transition from Act One, as a groundbreaking yet somewhat nomadic theater, to Act Two, as a national center for Latino performing arts.

  • Europe as it Celebrates its 50th Birthday

    Europe as it Celebrates its 50th Birthday

    Neither God nor Christianity will feature in a 50th birthday declaration for the EU which will highlight European values and list key challenges for the future such as climate change.

  • Getting to Know the Russian Language History

    Getting to Know the Russian Language History

    As the most widely spoken language on the European continent, Russian is a Slavic language that is currently spoken by about 164 million people worldwide.

  • Getting to Know Hindu London

    Getting to Know Hindu London

    Find out more about one of the most popular religions in the world and its communities in London.

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