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Skeleton of Russian general found inside coffin in Turkey’s Ardahan

Skeleton of Russian general found inside coffin in Turkey’s Ardahan

A coffin thought to belong to a Russian general has been unearthed during foundation excavations for a construction project in the Turkish province of Ardahan, Doğan News Agency reported. Workers found a coffin with cross on it during the foundation excavation for an apartment building in Ardahan’s Karagöl neighborhood. Authorities from the Kars Museum later […]

Pope Francis: Possible message for Pyeongchang Olympics

Pope Francis: Possible message for Pyeongchang Olympics

The Catholic church’s brand refresh Growing up in Italy affects people in many ways: the idea of beauty, love for food, the guilty feeling of wasting it, the importance of art and culture, and much more. There is also an Italian saying that led my life: where three people can eat, four can eat too […]

Cultural Heritage of Georgia: Davit Gareja Cave Monastery

Cultural Heritage of Georgia: Davit Gareja Cave Monastery

On the border with Azerbaijan, the ancient monastery complex of Davit Gareja (or Gareji) is one of the most remarkable of Georgia’s historic sites. Its uniqueness is heightened by a lunar, semi-desert landscape that turns green and blooms with flowers in early summer. Davit Gareja comprises of about 15 monasteries spread over a remote area […]

Magazine N, March 2017

Magazine N, March 2017

International Women’s Day: The female situation in South Korea

International Women’s Day: The female situation in South Korea

International Women’s Day (March 8th) has been observed since in the early 1900’s. “It is a day when women are recognized for their achievements without regard to divisions, whether national, ethnic, linguistic, cultural, economic or political” UN website reports. What is the female situation in South Korea? Answering to this question is not an easy […]

China, US forge interconnected ties 45 years after signing of Shanghai Communiqué

China, US forge interconnected ties 45 years after signing of Shanghai Communiqué

By Zhang Mengxu from People’s Daily China and the US have forged a closer relationship with interwoven destinies 45 years after they signed the Shanghai Communiqué on February 28, 1972, a document ended 23 years of diplomatic estrangement between the two countries. Forty-five years ago, then US President Richard Nixon started an “ice-breaking trip” to […]

Embracing Cultural Approaches to the Integration of Central Asia

Embracing Cultural Approaches to the Integration of Central Asia

Many things have been said by local and foreign experts about the importance or necessity of integration in Central Asia. One should underline several factors could be used in national or inter-regional politics, aimed at new rapprochement in the region. First, we would like to point out common cultural and humanitarian values, and historic heritage […]

“New Asia, New Dynamics” motto of the Magazine N

“New Asia, New Dynamics” motto of the Magazine N

This year, The AsiaN’s Magazine N embarks on the New Year with the phrase, “New Asia, New Dynamics” and truly, it is the start of a whole new platform upon which Magazine N aspires to convey the ideas of reporters and columnists around Asia. Not only has there been shifts in the format of the […]

Magazine N, February 2017

Magazine N, February 2017

True Story of a Little Girl and a Soldier: Ayla

True Story of a Little Girl and a Soldier: Ayla

In 1950, Sergeant Suleyman was one of the thousands of Turkish soldiers who went to South Korea to fight the enemy. Suleyman and Ali, a fellow soldier from Iskenderun, had volunteered to help the people of South Korea and to fight in a war that was taking place in a remote country. American military officers […]

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