• He suggested a possible cultural exchange "to go down and understand the delights of Croydon".

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  • Mr. Zou's professional debut has been a cultural exchange for both the boxer and his promoter.

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  • Tehran is launching new cultural exchange programs in Nicaragua to encourage trade and investment.

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  • Others say the tradition of friendship, cultural exchange and royal intermarriage began even earlier, under Charlemagne, before 800.

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  • Much of the progress made by Europe since the Middle Ages is the direct result of cultural exchange.

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  • Virtually all cultural products are synthetic in nature and based in cross-cultural exchange.

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  • They generally wanted few political ties, little trade, minimal immigration, and limited cultural exchange, as well as a restrained military policy.

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  • On the national level, the library supports international cultural exchange by hosting lectures, discussions, internships and various projects with foreign guests.

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  • U.S. citizens are not allowed to travel to Cuba for mere tourism, though they can obtain licenses for academic, religious, journalistic or cultural exchange trips.

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  • However, the cultural exchange didn't just flow west, across the Atlantic.

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  • The eggplant is also an allegory of migration and cross-cultural exchange.


  • There was rich artistic and cultural exchange between East and West.

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  • In his previous film, "The Red Chapel, " he sneaked a peek into North Korea under the guise of filming a theatrical troupe on a cultural exchange.


  • The name of the tournament derives from this alka or ring, a word whose Turkish origin reflects the historical co-existence and cultural exchange between two different civilizations.

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  • Most cities, however dilapidated, possess a civic focus completely lacking in the suburban conurbations: government offices, cathedrals, courts, theatres, and various forums for intellectual and cultural exchange.

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  • This congruence in language is hardly surprising, since the Blair and Clinton teams are a living advertisement for all those worthy programmes designed to promote cultural exchange between the young.

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  • Washington's 51-year embargo makes it illegal for U.S. citizens to visit Cuba for mere tourism, although tens of thousands of Americans travel here each year on academic, religious, journalistic or cultural exchange licenses.

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  • President Bush wants a new and positive relationship between the American people and the people of Iran a beneficial relationship of increased contacts in education, cultural exchange, sports, travel, trade, and investment.

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  • His win invigorated fledgling efforts at cultural exchange.

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  • The integration of intangible cultural heritage into educational curricula and programmes can improve both formal and non-formal education by promoting inter alia intercultural dialogue and cultural exchange, broadening access and cultural relevance, stimulating creativity, increasing intergenerational engagement in the community, etc.

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  • And Macau's status as the oldest--and only--European colony left in Asia means Beijing will embrace something equally novel: a testament to multiplicity, as well as a history of cultural exchange that belies the sameness and insularity that often marks modern China.

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  • Even as Ashiqs represent the consciousness of a people, they also help to promote cultural exchange and dialogue: Kurds, Lezhins, Talishes, Tats and other ethnic groups living in the country often perform the Ashiqs' art, and their poems and songs have spread across the region.

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  • Bellini's profile portrait of Mehmet sniffing a rose is a masterpiece of cross-cultural exchange: Mehmet appears as a civilised ruler rather than a threat, yet in its colour and composition this portrait is unmistakably the handiwork of a Venetian master, testament to the city's artistic pre-eminence.

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  • Within the framework of the Project: "Heritage Recovery and Cultural Development in Havana: Segundo Cabo Palace", the building placed in Old Havana is currently being restored for its future use as a Cuba-Europe cultural exchange centre, thanks to the cooperation of the European Union, UNESCO and the Office of the Historian of the City of Havana (OHCH).


  • Whether it is being sung spontaneously by rural people working in the field or travelling or performed more formally at one of more than a hundred traditional Hua er festivals held annually in these provinces, Hua er is an important vehicle for expressing personal feelings in a social setting and cultural exchange across ethnicities, as well as a popular rural entertainment.

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  • "Roaring Yellow River, " a traditional landscape painting by the late artist Bai Gengyan, was the first work listed last year by the Tianjin Cultural Artwork Exchange.

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  • The General History of the Caribbean falls within the UNESCO series of regional histories which aim to promote greater understanding among peoples through the preservation of cultural identities and the exchange of cultural information.


  • However, the people in this part of the world share many common heritages, including Confucianism, Buddhism, and thousand years of cultural and economic exchange and learning from each other.

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  • The exchange of cultural ideas across Europe and the Americas promoted diversity and quality, rather than turning everything into homogenized pap.

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