CULTURE

Get back to where you once belonged

Over the years, numerous artists have managed to recreate the genius of the four men from Liverpool. Almost in every country, there are several groups that represent not only their music, but also their iconic looks. In this case, Damián Mahler incorporates a...

Lead and thrive in the age of Artificial Intelligence

Embark on a transformative journey with Shine: Lead and Thrive in an AI World, an extraordinary invitation to unlock the profound essence of leadership. In this captivating book, the author unveils eight game-changing strategies and a sophisticated toolbox, empowering...

Afrodyssée, celebrating African excellence in the heart of Geneva

As a non-profit association, Afrodyssée supports and promotes African creation. Through its annual event and residencies in Africa and curation missions, Afrodyssée intends to improve the public’s knowledge of African cultures and aesthetics and contribute to...

Rajasthan – India’s land of palaces and opulence

Rajasthan is the home of the Rajputs, a group of warrior clans who have ruled this part of India for over a thousand years with a code of chivalry and honor which is akin to that of the medieval European knights. Geographically, Rajasthan is a somewhat dry and...

The Palestinian dish par excellence

Musakhan is a classic Palestinian dish popular in villages and peasant communities. The dish uses large fresh baked flatbreads layered with grilled chicken and a mix of caramelized onions and sumac. It is meant for sharing family style where family members assemble...

Let’s celebrate Spanish Language Day

Miguel de Cervantes is thought to have died in 1616 on 23 April, which is supposedly when William Shakespeare also died which explains why English Language Day is also celebrated on this day.  The Association of Spanish International Civil Servants (AFIE) is an...

Exploring realities at Visions du Réel. Nyon is ready, are you?

Since its creation in 1969, Visions du Réel festival has established itself as one of the world’s most renowned events in the field.  It is considered by the Federal Office of Culture as one of the leading Swiss film festivals, alongside Locarno Film Festival. During...

Armenia’s pumpkin delight

Ghapama is a seasonal dish traditionally served in the fall in Armenia to celebrate the bounties of autumn, also baked for major festive occasions, such as Christmas, New Year, Easter, weddings, etc. It is prepared from a whole pumpkin stuffed with rice, butter,...

3, 2, 1, showtime!

With many strings to her bow, Natasha Tsakos enjoys an international career as show maker, conceptual director, performer and producer. She combines her interest in important global topics with her passion for communication through the performing arts.  Most of...

CULTURE

Get back to where you once belonged

Over the years, numerous artists have managed to recreate the genius of the four men from Liverpool. Almost in every country, there are several groups that represent not only their music, but also their iconic looks. In this case, Damián Mahler incorporates a...

Lead and thrive in the age of Artificial Intelligence

Embark on a transformative journey with Shine: Lead and Thrive in an AI World, an extraordinary invitation to unlock the profound essence of leadership. In this captivating book, the author unveils eight game-changing strategies and a sophisticated toolbox, empowering...

Afrodyssée, celebrating African excellence in the heart of Geneva

As a non-profit association, Afrodyssée supports and promotes African creation. Through its annual event and residencies in Africa and curation missions, Afrodyssée intends to improve the public’s knowledge of African cultures and aesthetics and contribute to...

Rajasthan – India’s land of palaces and opulence

Rajasthan is the home of the Rajputs, a group of warrior clans who have ruled this part of India for over a thousand years with a code of chivalry and honor which is akin to that of the medieval European knights. Geographically, Rajasthan is a somewhat dry and...

The Palestinian dish par excellence

Musakhan is a classic Palestinian dish popular in villages and peasant communities. The dish uses large fresh baked flatbreads layered with grilled chicken and a mix of caramelized onions and sumac. It is meant for sharing family style where family members assemble...

Let’s celebrate Spanish Language Day

Miguel de Cervantes is thought to have died in 1616 on 23 April, which is supposedly when William Shakespeare also died which explains why English Language Day is also celebrated on this day.  The Association of Spanish International Civil Servants (AFIE) is an...

Exploring realities at Visions du Réel. Nyon is ready, are you?

Since its creation in 1969, Visions du Réel festival has established itself as one of the world’s most renowned events in the field.  It is considered by the Federal Office of Culture as one of the leading Swiss film festivals, alongside Locarno Film Festival. During...

Armenia’s pumpkin delight

Ghapama is a seasonal dish traditionally served in the fall in Armenia to celebrate the bounties of autumn, also baked for major festive occasions, such as Christmas, New Year, Easter, weddings, etc. It is prepared from a whole pumpkin stuffed with rice, butter,...

3, 2, 1, showtime!

With many strings to her bow, Natasha Tsakos enjoys an international career as show maker, conceptual director, performer and producer. She combines her interest in important global topics with her passion for communication through the performing arts.  Most of...

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