93 results for You searched for genre (Array), project (Images of Asia), language (Danish, English, German, Swedish), page 1 of 10

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democracy, human rights
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Written and spoken word (criticism, debate, journalism)
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Mahfuz Anam is an outspoken editor of Daily Star, one of Bangladesh´s english spoken papers. Anam´s path to a being a libertarian started as Anam was a freedom fighter during Bangladesh´s Liberation War, 1971.

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Mahfuz Anam

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media, revolution
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Film (documentary)
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Let us have a revolution in the mind. Shaina Anand is struggling for developing alternative voices, pictures and media in India. She shoots and edits her own video films, believes in copyleft and free media.

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censorship, communication, media
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Written and spoken word (education, lectures)
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Professor Dr. Peng Hwa Ang is specialised in censorship and regulation of the Internet.

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Peng Hwa Ang

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Visual Arts (photography)
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The Chinese photographer Aniu amazes Western eyes with his exhibition called "Times of Fantasy".

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body, sexuality
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Visual Arts (photography)
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Nobuyoshi Araki is a Japanese photographer obsessed with women in all shades. Eroticism is a central subject for his extremely popular exhibitions. He is known as one of the most radical and controversial photographers of our time.

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Nobuyoshi Araki

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communication, human rights
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Written and spoken word (anthology, lectures)
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Indrajit Banerjee is a communication specialist, with a substantial insight into communication infrastructures especially in Malasia, but also in other Asian coutries.

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Indrajit Banerjee

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Navtej Singh Rehal
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homeland
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Music (Bhangra, folk, HipHop)
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For leadsinger Navtej, Bombay Rockers creates a way to connect with the roots of his indian family

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 Bombay Rockers

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colonialism, history, war
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Music (film-music, general)
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Over the past three years, Mark Chan has devoted most of his time and energy to composing, producing and writing. His work includes 7 solo albums, which include both pop and then, more recently, world music offerings developing his distinctive sound which incorporates both traditional and modern...

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Mark Chan

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beauty, body
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Performing Arts (dance / choreography)
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Choreographer Mui Cheuk-yin is renowned for her modern dance, which she combines with ethnic danse. The beautiful dancer and choreographer Mui Cheuk-Yin has performed in the most respected dance theatres in China and Hong Kong.

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Mui Cheuk-yin

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betrayal, conflict, dream, Hinduism, imagination, lifestyle, longing, love, money, power, status
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Film (action film, bollywood, commercial film, documentary, melodrama, music film, romance)
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Yash Chopra is the godfather of Indian film-industry. He is the only director of the older brigade of filmmakers who has successfully moved with the times right from his first film Dhool ka Phool (1959) to his latest film Dil to Paagal Hai (1997). He is even today regarded as one of the hippest...

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Yash Chopra

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Aids, human rights
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Performing Arts (installation)
Written and spoken word (public speaking)
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The Thai artist, Chumpon, is a culture personality, actively engaged in art and politics. Apisuk Chumpok has continuously been promoting performance art in Thailand since 80s and is one of a welknown performance artists in Asia. Since 1996, he has performed in Germany, England, Quebec, Japan,...

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Apisuk Chumpon