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23 Mar 2021

Cherry Blossom Festival 2021

Once more than five flowers on the special Somei Yoshino trees have bloomed, the Tokyo Meteorological Agency declares the official start of cherry blossom season. In normal years, visitors crowd into Japan to celebrate the beauty of the sakura first-hand. To mark the 2018 sakura season, Legoland Japan hosted a

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21 Mar 2021

A Fairytale Woodland Path

Gabriola Island is known for its remarkable natural beauty and for the generous spirit of its community. Both are evident in the Fantasy Pathway Рa woods-cloaked haven for garden-tossed gnomes, aging teddy bears, and  long-forgotten tea guests. Created and tended by Gary Badke, a wooden flute-maker, the Fantasy Pathway

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19 Mar 2021

Sun Xun

“Art keeps people curious.” So says artist Sun Xun in a Guggenheim Museum video focused on his Mythological Time exhibit. “It provides you with the possibility to subvert a preexisting social order, in a relatively gentle way. While much of my work indeed has a lot to do with history,

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17 Mar 2021

Canada Chooses Van Gogh

Galleries and museums may have been closed through much of 2020, but interest in the arts remained strong. Which artists did people google search most over the year? The UK’s Ken Bromley Art Supplies started by looking worldwide. In the top spot? Leonardo da Vinci, who was most searched across

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