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Sheikh Mohamed Abdallah supports The AsiaN in publishing Arabic version

Sheikh Mohamed Abdallah supports The AsiaN in publishing Arabic version

*Editor’s note: Kuwait Times, a major English newspaper published in Kuwait, carried a story with related photograph about meeting between Sheikh Mohammed Al Abdallah Al Sabah, Information Minister of Kuwait, and Lee Sang-ki, head of the AsiaN. Lee visited Kuwait last October in preparation for launching Arabic edition on the occasion of the first founding anniversary of […]

The AsiaN builds a “New Silk Road” by launching Arabic version

The AsiaN builds a “New Silk Road” by launching Arabic version

Today, nations are suffering from disasters made by people and nature. Millions of human beings are scattered, among of them are emigrants, exiled, or lost. As if fate is drawing a final end for humanity. The burden of wars is too heavy to carry on with, for women who lost their children, as well as […]

[The AsiaN 1st Anniv] Message from Ashraf Aboul-Yazid

[The AsiaN 1st Anniv] Message from Ashraf Aboul-Yazid

Islam’s view on Obama’s reelection

Islam’s view on Obama’s reelection

Back to the school of Sultan Obama! In the summer of 2009, many Egyptians admired the US president Barrack Obama’s visit to the Sultan Hassan Mosque in his way to Cairo University for delivering his important speech to Islamic World. For many, Obama was considered – at the very beginning – that he is the […]

[Nuclear Symposium] The Future of Nuclear Energy in Middle East

On June 27, 1954, the USSR’s Obninsk Nuclear Power Plant became the world’s first nuclear power plant to generate electricity for a power grid, and produced around 5 megawatts of electric power. 2 years later the world witnessed the first large-scale nuclear power station opened at Calder Hall in Cumbria, England. Since then, there has […]

Tales of Korean Treasures ②

Tales of Korean Treasures ②

• Influences of the Silk Road I may not be wrong when I say that Korea’s ancient kingdoms which rose along the Silk Road made their arts communicate with their neighbours. That’s why their traditional handicrafts, popular habits and even tales were influenced by such proximity. Moreover, such influences went beyond the boundaries of China to […]

Tales of Korean Treasures ①

Tales of Korean Treasures ①

As you go through the country’s National Museum, you feel as if you were passing from one age to another. In this way you leave a face which represents Seoul’s contemporary present to a space which embodies the history of the Korean nation. But in the depths of these ages you will find that there […]

[London Olympics] ⑥ A logo, posters and two mascots

*Editor’s note: This is the last of six-part stories on the London Olympics Nobody denies the power of trademarks. That’s why international companies and institutions race to sponsor this Olympic event and put their logos beside their products’ logos. As represented in the logo, art gives enormous economic power. I followed up the row over […]

[London Olympics] ⑤ The torch is the start

*Editor’s note: This is the fifth of six-part stories on the London Olympics Art begins to kindle with the Olympic torch, moving from Olympia, where ancient Greek philosophers planted their ideas which produced a civilization around the world. The torch was introduced as a key event in the opening ceremony of the 1936 Berlin Olympics […]

[London Olympics] ④ The art of the millions

*Editor’s note: This is the forth of six-part stories on the London Olympics I can’t enumerate the art and photographic exhibitions forming an art marathon across London. However, whatever you think of you will find it, thanks to the international spirit of the festival organizers and out of the idea of the melting point, as […]

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