Mini Culture Presents

Chinese Painter Jing Gangshan Profile: Artistic Life and Achievements

Brief introduction to Chinese Painter Jing Gangshan’s main artistic achievement. Contemporary influential Chinese painters, member of China Artists Association. Took advanced studying in Russian Liebin Fine Arts Institute.

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International Wushu Cup 2010 to Be Held in March

Minh-Zone Entertainment organizes in cooperation with Fang Oei Wushu on the 6th and 7th of March the first International Wushu Cup 2010. This International Championship will be held in the Netherlands at Sporthallen Zuid in Amsterdam.

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Dogs Gradually Used in Courtrooms

The idea of using dogs to ease the tension of being in a courtroom is gaining popularity across the country. Courthousedogs began in Seattle when Stephens took her son’s service dog, Jeeter, to work and discovered that the dog had a calming effect on young witnesses.

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Toxicology Tests to Determine Marie Osmond Son’s Death Reason

Whether drugs or alcohol played a role in the death of Marie Osmond’s 18-year-old son? Toxicology Tests will confirm death reason.

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Japanese Traditional Culture: Origami Art

Origami has a long history and was originally not for children at all in Japan. Like many things in Japanese culture, origami (from “oru” meaning to fold, and “kami” meaning paper) has its origins in China.

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Sculpture Art of Ife, a Medieval City State in West Africa

The superb sculpted heads in this exhibition – statues of sick people, monuments to warriors, royal heads whose strange vertical scars tell of the ceremonies of the court – were first rediscovered in quantity in an amazing find on a building site in the modern Nigerian city of Ife in 1938.

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Top 12 popular dance styles

Dance is a beautiful art. It is one of the best forms of feeling expression. It also makes people happy. Dance seems to be a lot like ice cream flavors…it’s so hard to choose just one.

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Budget Travel Deals: Eight Days' Sydney and Brisbane Land Tour Only $1,310

Enjoy a guided tour of Australia’s scenic eastern coast. Here we picked the best deal for a Sydney trip, which is a eight days’ land-only tour to Sydney and Brisbane by train and bus.

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The 39 Steps New Version Keep Original Book Spirit

The latest adaptation The 39 Steps, which stars Rupert Penry-Jones as the dashing Richard Hannay, hews closer to the novel, which Buchan called a “shocker,” than Hitchcock’s version. “

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New Zealand Cultural and Adventure Tour Teach You Maori Culture

Yet for Kiwis, it isn’t enough to just look at the spectacular scenery — you must experience it. The most meaningful is to exploring Maori culture and Zorbing in New Zealand.

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