Art & Culture

Splendor 2016 Chinese New Year Gathering in Taipei

The Light of Goodness, 50 Years of Glory

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A beauty of traditional Chinese New Year celebration

Tai Ji Men Victory Flag Performance Spreading Positive Energy for the 80th Anniversary and Campus Tour Day of Taiwan’s Army Infantry School to Encourage Both the Soldiers and Civilians to Safeguard the Country

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In the stick performance, there are many youths who have joined Tai Ji Men from childhood. They acted uniformly and powerfully and moved all the audiences. The young generations are the new hopes of the society and the country.

The Federation of World Peace and Love Celebrates the International Day of Peace with Love and Conscience

“Conscience is the key to global peace and sustainability.” ~ Dr. Hong, Tao-Tze

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Dr. Hong, Tao-Tze, president of the Federation of World Peace and Love, delivers remarks, emphasizing the importance of conscience in achieving peace.

OSCE-jointly organized training course builds skills, knowledge in cultural property protection for ten countries

Over 30 participants from ten countries took part in an in-person training course from 30 August to 3 September 2021 to build their knowledge and skills in addressing and enhancing the protection of cultural property. The course, organized jointly by the OSCE in co-operation with the Hellenic Multinational Peace Support Operations Training Centre (MPSOTC), was held in Kilkis, Greece.

EFF and Durie Tangri Join Forces to Defend Internet Archive’s Digital Library Free, Public-Service Lending Program Threatened by Baseless Copyright Lawsuit

Free, Public-Service Lending Program Threatened by Baseless Copyright Lawsuit

The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) is joining forces with the law firm of Durie Tangri to defend the Internet Archive against a lawsuit that threatens their Controlled Digital Lending (CDL) program, which helps people all over the world check out digital copies of books owned by the Archive and its partner libraries.

Covid-19 crisis closes 90 percent of museums globally, UNESCO plans for reopenings

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New York City's tourist attractions like the Metropolitan Museum of Art (pictured) have closed due to the coronavirus pandemic.

European Parliament wants data protection guaranteed before allowing fingerprint exchange with UK

MEPs rejected the Council draft implementing decision on the exchange of fingerprints with the UK with 329 votes for, 357 against, and 4 abstentions.

‘Timeless message of unity’ resonates on holy day celebrating Buddhism, amidst pandemic

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The Shwedagon is the most sacred Buddhist pagoda in Myanmar.

Artists Share Messages of Love and Peace Amid the COVID-19 Crisis

Creatives around the World Observed the FIRST International Day of Conscience

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California-based artist Robin K. Burnes created this acrylic painting depicting all humans working together despite their differences and climbing the mountain to carry the message of world peace and love.

First UN International Day of Conscience Observed Online

A live virtual observance of the new United Nations day receives approximately 30,000 views.

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Dr. Hong, Tao-Tze, President of the Federation of World Peace and Love, extends his gratitude to global citizens for observing the first International Day of Conscience on April 5, 2020 during a virtual program in support of the day.