Murals exist in almost every culture around the world and have long been used by people and communities to communicate with each other. The earliest known example of a mural is in South Africa and was drawn on a rock face 73,000 years ago. Later murals have been found inRead More →

Much has been written about the evolution of the streaming industry in 2022. Subscribers are going offline. Market share is down. For some observers, this change represents a natural pendulum swing after years of growth due to the pandemic. For others, declining subscriber growth for streaming market leaders is aRead More →

Much has been written about the evolution of the streaming industry in 2022. Subscribers are going offline. Market share is down. For some observers, this change represents a natural pendulum swing after years of growth due to the pandemic. For others, declining subscriber growth for streaming market leaders is aRead More →

Thursday, August 18, 2022, 1:20 p.m.Press release: Hastings District Council Four months later, construction of Flaxmere’s new skate plaza is well underway, with the facility set to feature unique features including art design elements representing the area. RICH Landscapes owner Richard Smith and his team designed this skating plaza, addingRead More →

GCC travelers looking for one last summer getaway need look no further than Germany’s wonderfully rich cultural attractions. Explore the German.Local.Culture campaign to fully experience Germany, from breathtaking landscapes to interactive craft workshops in the different cities. “The German.Local.Culture campaign is one that resonates well with our Gulf markets,” saidRead More →

The village of Inukjuak is seen on the shore of Hudson Bay Thursday, May 12, 2022 in Inukjuak, Quebec. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Adrian WyldAdrian Wyld/The Canadian Press According to a new report, the justice system in the Nunavik region of northern Quebec should be better adapted to the local culture andRead More →

The colorful annual celebration that floats along the city’s ancient KhlongLatChado marks KhaoPhansa, or the Buddhist Lent period. Tourists are invited to experience this year’s “Phansa Water Festival in KhlongLatChado” which will be held in Ayutthaya on Wednesday, July 13 (also AsalhaBucha Day), to celebrate KhaoPhansa. Khao Phansa, the firstRead More →

CELEBRATING cultural diversity and showcasing local talent, the Liffang project in Garapan drew crowds at the 2022 Pacific Mini Games. “Liffang” in Carolinian means to give. Office of Carolinian Affairs project coordinator Agatha Ketebengang said the project was designed to empower participating local entrepreneurs and their families to be self-sufficient,Read More →

The Chattanooga Tourism Co. is pleased to announce the awarding of $605,500 to 28 local culture, heritage and arts partners through the second round of the Cultural Tourism Advancement (CTA) grant. This year’s process was highly competitive, with 39 applicants applying for $1.3 million in assistance for events, improvements, exhibits,Read More →

In mid-May, the Berkeley community was devastated by the closing from another beloved local landmark, Shattuck Cinemas. This, unfortunately, is not an isolated incident. Since the start of the pandemic, there has been an increase in turnover for local businesses downtown and on Telegraph Avenue due to fewer customers andRead More →

The German National Tourist Board (GNTB) supports the relaunch of the inspirational campaign German.Local.Culture. Restart of receptive tourism. Petra Hedorfer, Chief Executive Officer (CEO): “After two years of the Corona pandemic and in the context of the terrible war in Ukraine, the tourism industry is facing major challenges. In thisRead More →

MULTAN – Provincial Energy Minister Dr Akhtar Malik said on Monday that Pakistan’s outgoing government Tehreek-e-Insaf strongly believes in promoting local culture across the world. He voiced these views at a ceremony on Punjab Culture Day here at Tea House Multan. The provincial minister pointed out that the promotion ofRead More →

Katsuren-jo Castle Site © Uruma City School Board Beyond symbolic icons such as limestone castles, centenary citizens, the tricord sanshin and shisa (guardian lion dogs of the Ryukyu) perched on tiled rooftops, Japan’s southernmost archipelago has a distinct culture rooted in the deep history of the Ryukyu kingdom. From eatingRead More →

The “local” culture has changed since COVID-19. People who live and work in Aspen can no longer afford to eat at most local restaurants. The best of them has closed (Bamboo Bear). We no longer play in our backyard because the hike or bike ride at Maroon Bells is soRead More →

Through ANI BEIJING: In an effort to influence social media operations, China outsources social media work rather than paying individuals to post and promote the country’s government, local culture, and economic growth. Jordan Schneider in ChinaTalk said that nearly two decades after China began mobilizing its “fifty cent army” toRead More →

Beijing [China], Nov 11 (ANI): In an effort to influence social media operations, China outsources social media work rather than paying individuals to post and promote government, local culture and growth economy of the country. Jordan Schneider in ChinaTalk said that nearly two decades after China began mobilizing its “fiftyRead More →

CRAFT Known as a nation of perfectionists, “Craft” introduces travelers to the country’s traditional bakers, forward-thinking fashion designers and up-and-coming winemakers. Travelers will learn about Germany’s centuries-old craft techniques and the local artisans who help keep the country at the forefront of innovation and the arts. For example, Wimar inRead More →

To deepen the cultural differences between West and East – and explore what it would take for brands to succeed in China – we spoke with Siu Tang, Founder and Creative Director of The Orangeblowfish. Since the agency was founded in 2012, Tang has led the creative branding, rebranding, design,Read More →

The Deichman Bjørvika Library in Oslo was named the world’s best new public library. The annual award is given to a library in any country in the world that has excelled in combining open and functional architecture with creative computing solutions while involving digital technologies and local culture. The PublicRead More →

Feeding off this sudden connectivity, a post-lockdown exchange between clubs in major cities was joined by lesser-known names, with representatives from nascent scenes like Xiamen and Hangzhou forming a moving congress during the summer months of 2020. “Every weekend, everyone was partying, the people from Elevator in Shanghai, OIL inRead More →

The culture of a place often determines its destiny. And this culture, more often than not, was established by its founders. It has been widely observed, for example, that New York’s open, global and multicultural mercantile culture derives in part from the Dutch ethics of its founding era. A veryRead More →