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A COMPLICATED KINDNESS – Romance, by Miriam Toews

She has degree in Literature and Cinema and a degree in Journalism. Miriam Toews was born in Steinbach (Manitoba, Canada) in 1964. She left Steinbach at eighteen, living in Montreal and London before settling in Winnipeg. She has a bachelor degree in Film Studies from the University of Manitoba, and a Bachelor of Journalism from the University of King’s College, ...

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YOU FIT INTO ME – Poem, by Margaret Atwood

Margaret Atwood was born in Ottawa (Ontario) in 1939, spending some of her early years in the Québec-North bushes. Then she moved to Toronto. She studied at the local university. She is a full time writer since 1972. https://www.poemhunter.com/poem/the-moment/ She is a short story writer and The Circle Game (1964), her first publication, was a book of poetry, but several ...

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KATHLEEN MUNN (1887/1974), CANADIAN PAINTER – When art is an adventure, not a habit

KATHLEEN MUNN 1/3 – She was born to a middle-class family in Toronto in 1887. Her family ran a store, living in the apartment above. Creating abstract paintings in the 1910s, she was one of the first in Canada who used abstraction. In 1904 she began art education, attending the Westbourne School in Toronto. In 1909, she began to show ...

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CULTURE OF NATURE – Canadian landscapes

Canada https://www.canada.travel/ is beautiful and impressive country. Its territory contains a series of natural and artificial wonders. Canada is divided into ten provinces and three northern territories. Most provinces produce excellent tourist information guides available free of charge (via mail or through their local tourist information centers). Before starting your journey we present you four creative Canadians. The intellectual property ...

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TRAVEL’S DIARY WITH JAPANESE CREATIVITY – From Tokyo to Shimane

The history of each national culture matures with the expressions in its own creative language. Rich in temples and plants, parties and good food, it is also highly technological place, which must be seen at least once in life. Japan is a unique country at the time to preserve their culture and combine with the modern needs of its citizens ...

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THE KEYHOLE – Poem, by Chiyo Kitahara

CHIYO KITAHARA loves music and ballet. She plays her poems in Tokyo, Osaka, Kyoto and she began writing poetry at the age of 16. At the age of 20 she gave up writing, concentrating on how to play the piano. In 2002 there was a key moment in her life, when she grew up in a local poetry after raising ...

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KOKORO – Romance, by Natsume Sōseki

He is considered to be the greatest writer in modern Japan. NATSUME SOSEKI was born in Tokyo in 1867. He studied at the Imperial University of Tokyo and after graduating, he went to England, where he studied English literature. Despite his poverty, loneliness, and mental problems, he solidified his knowledge of English literature and returned to in 1903. His literary ...

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I CAN EXPRESS MY PAIN AND ANGER THROUGH MUSIC. WELL, HAPPINESS TOO –Yoshiki Hayashi

In a music-oriented family, his father was a dancer and jazz pianist, while his mother was a shamisen playwright. He started to take piano lessons and learn music theory at the age of four. At the age about ten years old, he began to compose piano songs. His solo career includes two albums Eternal Melody and Eternal Melody II. YOSHIKI ...

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IZUMI KATO (1969), JAPENESE SURREALIST PAINTER – When finger paintings earn high praise

IZUMI KATO 1/3 – The place, where he was born is very important for him, because it is one of the oldest shrines in Japan. Although in 1992 he graduated in Department of Oil Painting at Tokyo’s Musashino Art University, he was not naturally drawn to art at an early age. He paints with his fingers, wearing plastic gloves and ...

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JAPAN IN TWENTY PICTURES

The history of each national culture matures with the expressions in its own creative language. Rich in temples and plants, parties and good food, it is also highly technological place, which must be seen at least once in life. Japan is a unique country at the time to preserve their culture and combine with the modern needs of its citizens ...

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