This water art, linked to the age-old tradition of the rice harvest, represents a special display of Vietnamese culture that reflects the simple, work lifestyle of the Vietnamese. Duong Bui Starting from the placing of mobile wooden figures to scare off demons and disasters, the first performances of […]
This ancient Chinese custom is nowadays seen contradictorily by the youngest and oldest members of the public. Whilst the former seem to be immersed in technological advances, the latter are trying to perpetuate the tradition. Damy Vales When asked about the sport created by emperors more than two […]
It has some crucial analysis of the roots of white racism and its overlap with technology, and the portrayal of blacks in sci-fi. This book by Louis Chude-Sokei, begins with a trenchant expose of 19th century racism but ends by being absorbed in sophisticated cultural studies.
Poetry, painting and leisure will be the order of the day in London from 28 May as Movimiento Ecuador organises a series of events. The event series will start with a “Poetry workshop” taking place on 28 May. The workshop will address the topic “Creative writing and the process […]
Whether it’s with a trumpet or standing behind a microphone with just the power of his voice, the Cuban musician Alexander Abreu knows how to build up a rhythm, one that is said to “surpass the mambo”