Art & Culture

International Day of Peace

FOWPAL Calls for Conscience-Centric Peace

Myanmar’s deputy UN ambassador, H.E. Ms. Hmway Hmway Khyne, rings the Bell of World Peace and Love and makes a wish for everlasting peace in the world.

Youth Promote Peace with Dance at Times Square to Celebrate International Day of Peace

FOWPAL youth volunteers joined the Peace Day Party at Times Square in New York and attracted people to happily dance with them.

Bahrain and FOWPAL Jointly Celebrate a Beautiful Night of Cultural Exchanges

Dignitaries Ring the Bell of World Peace and Love

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Shaikh Hussam bin Isa Al Khalifa, President of His Royal Highness the Prime Minister's Court, rings the Bell of World Peace and Love.

Inspirational Moments: A journalist and Universiade athletes from abroad visit Tai Ji Men Qigong Academy

Alaghbari Salem Mohamed Hasan (5th from right), a journalist and the executive secretary of an association of higher education in UAE, Karamba Diallo from Senegal (4th from left), and Park Eunhea from South Korea (5th from left) take a group photo with Tai Ji Men dizi.

Dragons Appear at a Sports Festival? Celestial Creatures Bring Blessings to the World

The highlight presentation of the festival was what Tai Ji Men did in the prologue of 2017 Universiade.

Midnight Oil, David Gulpilil and Bob Hawke – Screen Australia invests $4 million across 15 documentaries

Screen Australia today announced $4.15 million in production investment funding for 15 new documentaries through the Documentary Producer and Commissioned programs. The projects include a companion piece to upcoming SBS drama Sunshine; actor Sam Neill’s voyage through the Pacific as he retraces and interrogates the impact of Captain Cook’s travels; and a chronicle of 76 female scientists’ landmark expedition to the southernmost continent in the world, Antarctica. This is the final documentary funding announcement for the 2016/17 financial year.

UNESCO and World Bank Collaborate on Culture, Urban Development, and Resilience

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UNESCO Adds to List of World Heritage Sites

A remote Iranian desert city, Ice Age-era caves in Germany and a stone wharf in Brazil built for arriving African slave ships are three new additions to UNESCO's list of World Heritage sites.

ICE returns Royal Seals valued at $1,500,000 to Korea


Conscience and Peace: Bahrain’s Religious Diversity

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Mr. Yousif M. Buzaboon (middle), Ambassador for Peace of the Bahrain Association for Religious Coexistence and Tolerance, especially presents an antique wooden boat to Dr. Hong, Tao-Tze (front row, second from left).