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Buddhism, shamanism, tradition
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Music (percussion)
Performing Arts (dance)
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Over the years and through his extensive work as a performing artist, teacher, and artistic director, Kim Duk Soo has been recognized as one of the fifty most influential figures in Korea over the last five decades.

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Kim Duk-Soo

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Performing Arts (circus arts)
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Guangdong Acrobat Troupe of China was established in October 1951. The troupe inherits fine traditions of Chinese acrobatics while absorbing the cream of acrobatics home and abroad. Over the past decades, the troupe has been sent by the state to give performances in more than 55 countries and...

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 Guangdong Acrobat Troupe

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modernity, tradition
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Performing Arts (dance / choreography)
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Pichet Klunshun - a respected Thai performer, choreographer - combnes classical and modern dance styles. As a young devoted dancer, he tries to make Thai dance interesting for the new generation.

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Pichet Klunchun

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Buddhism, memory, tradition, trance
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Music (percussion)
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The definite trend and characteristics of Korean culture is feminine, relaxed and full of the spirit of nature. SamulNori incarnates the soul of Korea in past and future. SamulNori has performed all over the world and has collaborated with many highly acclaimed musicians from around the world...

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 SamulNori

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anxiety, globalisation, imagination, multi-culturalism, Patriotism, spirituality
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Performing Arts (theatre)
Written and spoken word (chronicle, public speaking)
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Anmol Vellani is an Indian philosopher, actor and theatre director, who is now the executive director of IFA - Indian Foundation for Art.

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Anmol Vellani

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love, sexuality, tradition
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Performing Arts (dance, dance / choreography)
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Hong Kong artist Wai-mei Young presents an elegant interplay between live and filmed action in ´Tango of Water Sleeves´. The sense of design and the coordination between the two media is impeccable.

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Wai-mei Yeung

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tradition
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Music (classical music, general)
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In 1979 Yu Jun began playing the Zheng which is one of China´s oldest instruments.

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Jun Yu

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children & youth, civilisation, conflict, everyday life, history, language, metropolises, myth, religion
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Performing Arts (interactive performance)
Visual Arts (installation art)
Written and spoken word (debate)
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The Hong Kong based multi-artist Danny Yung is one of the most dynamic cultural figures in Hong Kong. He is a man of many talents. As a director, producer, artist and curator he sets the cultural agenda not only in Hong Kong, but in many Asian countries, US and Europe. Danny Yung has created...

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Danny Yung

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communication, consumerism, everyday life, tradition
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Performing Arts (dance, mime)
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op.eklekt draw its material from all categories of life - nothing is too insignificant to play a part in their caricatures. Kanetani and Saeko find as rich pickings in TV shows as they do in traditional religious festivals; in current newspaper editorials as in daily life situations. From their...

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