ⓘ Free online encyclopedia. Did you know? page 143

Conservatorio Nacional de Musica

The term Conservatorio Nacional de Musica appears in the official name of several national conservatories in the Spanish-speaking world: Conservatorio Nacional de Musica Argentina Conservatorio Nacional de Musica Bolivia Conservatorio Nacional de ...

ECA

Evangelical Christian Academy Madrid, Spain Education Corporation of America, a company running schools in southern American states School of Communications and Arts, University of São Paulo Portuguese: Escola de Comunicações e Artes, in Brazil E ...

Pham Thanh Tam

Pham Thanh Tam was a Vietnamese journalist and war artist, who used the nom de plume Huỳnh Biếc. His career spanned the First Indochina War as a Viet Minh soldier participating in the resistance against French colonialism, as well as the Second I ...

Nguyễn Dức Tho

Nguyễn Dức Tho was a North Vietnamese war artist whose career spanned the Second Indochina War. He was born in Hà Nam Province into a family with strong ties to the revolution against French colonialism. His mother and father donated fabric and b ...

Vỡ Xương

Vỡ Xương, also known as Vo Hữu Xương, is a Vietnamese war artist whose career documented the Second Indochina War. He joined the Peoples Army of Vietnam in 1964.

Two Corridors, One Belt

The Two Corridors, One Belt is a connectivity initiative involving Vietnam and China. It is a part of the Belt and Road Initiative, a Chinese global development initiative fostering connectivity especially across Eurasia.

Battlefield (disambiguation)

Battlefield professional wrestling, a 1994 professional wrestling event Battlefield video game series, a video game franchise developed by Digital Illusions CE and published by Electronic Arts The Battlefield Hong Kong TV series, a 1985 Hong Kong ...

Thảo Nguyên Phan

Thảo Nguyên Phan is a visual multimedia artist whose practice encompasses painting, film-making and installation. She currently lives and works in Ho Chi Minh City and has exhibited widely in Vietnam and abroad.Drawing inspiration from both offic ...

NHU

Như Loan born 1980, Vietnamese singer, born Lê Thi Như Loan Như Quỳnh singer born 1970, Vietnamese singer, born Lê Lam Quỳnh Như Madame Nhu 1924–2011, wife to Ngo Dình Nhu, born Trần Le Xuan Ngo Dình Nhu 1910–1963, chief political advisor to his ...

EH

English Hymnal, published in 1906 for the Church of England Eh? play, a 1966 play by dramatist Henry Livings from London "Eh", a song by Death Grips from the album Bottomless Pit Ernest Hemingway 1899–1961, American novelist, short story writer, ...

National Arts Council

National Arts Council is the name of a number of national bodies which oversee government funding of the arts. National Culture Fund of Bulgaria Cayman National Cultural Foundation Arts Council England Arts Council of Great Britain National Commi ...

Mai Chisamba

Chisamba was born in Bindura, Zimbabwe, in a family of seven. She attended Bindura Salvation Army Primary School before attending Usher Girls High in Matabeleland. Chisamba received teacher training at Howard Institute.

Irene Staunton

Irene Staunton is a Zimbabwean publisher, editor, researcher and writer, who has worked in literature and the arts since the 1970s, both in the UK and Zimbabwe. She is co-founder and publisher of Weaver Press in Harare, having previously co-found ...

Mount Pleasant School

Mount Pleasant School or Mt. Pleasant School may refer to: in Canada Mount Pleasant School Ontario, Canada in New Zealand Mount Pleasant School Christchurch in the United States by state Mount Pleasant School St. Louis, Missouri, listed on the NR ...

Hellenic

Hellenic is a synonym for Greek. It means either: of or pertaining to the Hellenic Republic modern Greece or Greek people Hellenes, Greek: Έλληνες and culture of or pertaining to ancient Greece, ancient Greek people, culture and civilization. It ...

Garry Mapanzure

Garry Mapanzure is a Zimbabwean Afropop singer. Born Gerry Garikai Munashe Mapanzure in Harare, Zimbabwe, Garry grew up in church to pastoral parents and it is in church where he discovered his singing ability and honed his talent. He attended Ky ...

Amon Murwira

Amon Murwira is Zimbabwes Minister of Higher and Tertiary Education, Science and Technology Development. He is a member of Zanu-PF and was appointed to cabinet in 2017, after Emmerson Mnangagwa became Zimbabwes leader. Murwira is also a lecturer ...

Paul Mavima

Paul Mavima is Zimbabwes Minister of Public Service, Labour and Social Welfare and a member of Zanu-PF. He has also served as the Minister of Primary and Secondary Education and the Deputy Minister of Primary and Secondary Education in the Emmers ...

Deentr

Dean Mlondolozi, whose stage name is Deentr, is a Zimbabwean DJ, record producer, singer and songwriter, Events Creator & promoter, Record label owner. He began his career around 2010 and has released only one EP and a lot of singles & remixes in ...

Gosho

Heinosuke Gosho, Japanese film director Gosho Motoharu, Japanese martial artist Gosho Ginchev, Bulgarian footballer Gosho Aoyama, Japanese manga artist

Samira Asghari

Samira Asghari is a member of the International Olympic Committee for Afghanistan since 2018. Upon her election at the age of 24, Asghari became the first representative from Afghanistan and one of the youngest ever members to join the IOC. Befor ...

Learning to Skateboard in a Warzone (If Youre a Girl)

Learning to Skateboard in a Warzone is a 2019 British documentary short film directed by Carol Dysinger and produced by Elena Andreicheva. It won the Academy Award for Best Documentary Short Subject at the 92nd Academy Awards.

Eurovision Song Contest 2021

The Eurovision Song Contest 2021 is set to be the 65th edition of the Eurovision Song Contest. Following the cancellation of the Eurovision Song Contest 2020, the organising European Broadcasting Union is discussing carryovers from the 2020 conte ...

Visual Effects Society Award for Outstanding Effects Simulations in a Photoreal Feature

The Visual Effects Society Award for Outstanding Compositing in a Photoreal Feature is one of the annual awards given by the Visual Effects Society, starting in 2012. It is awarded to visual effects artists for their work in effects simulations.

War Cross

War Cross May refer to the following OR as in war cross the book written by Marie Lu. Czechoslovak War Cross 1918, a decoration awarded by the former state of Czechoslovakia during World War I Czech: Ceskoslovensky valecny kriz in the original. C ...

Eduard Prandstetter

Eduard Prandstetter, is a Czech chess International Master, two times Czechoslovak Chess Championship winner.

Nuno Gomes Nabiam

Nuno Gomes Nabiam is a Guinea-Bissau politician who has been the Prime Minister of Guinea-Bissau since 28 February 2020. On 29 April 2020, he and three ministers tested positive for COVID-19.

Telek (album)

Telek is the debut studio album by Papua New Guinean musician George Telek. At the ARIA Music Awards of 1997, the album was nominated for ARIA Award for Best World Music Album and Best Indigenous Release, winning the former.

Serious Tam

Serious Tam is the second studio album by Papua New Guinean musician George Telek. The album was released in July 2000. At the ARIA Music Awards of 2001, the album was nominated for ARIA Award for Best World Music Album. The Times voted the album ...

Sayon Camara

Sayon Camara or Taramakhe is a Guinean singer. She was chosen in 2003 as the first African UNESCO Artist for Peace.

Anamo, New Guinea

Anamo, also known as Paup, is a village on the north coast of Papua New Guinea in the Sandaun Province. It is a coastal settlement that is located to the east of Aitape, at the mouth of the Driniumor River. It is located in the East Aitape Rural ...

ISMA

Isma is a genus of butterflies. ISMA can refer to: The Ikatan Muslimin Malaysia ISMA, a Malaysian NGO The Indian Summer Music Awards, a component of Indian Summer Festivals in Milwaukee, WI The International Security Managers Association Esmael R ...

56th Grand Bell Awards

The 56th Grand Bell Awards, also known as Daejong Film Awards, is determined and presented annually by The Motion Pictures Association of Korea for excellence in film in South Korea. The Grand Bell Awards were first presented in 1962 and have gai ...

List of awards and nominations received by Stray Kids

Stray Kids is a South Korean boy band under record label JYP Entertainment, formed through the reality show of the same name. The group consists originally consists nine members Bang Chan, Woojin, Lee Know, Changbin, Hyunjin, Han, Felix, Seungmin ...

Kuwait Liberation Medal

Kuwait Liberation Medal may refer to: Medal for the Liberation of Kuwait Bahrain, see Gulf War military awards#Medal for the Liberation of Kuwait Bahrain Kuwait Liberation Medal Egypt, see Gulf War military awards#Kuwait Liberation Medal Egypt Me ...

Mariam Al-Aqeel

Mariam Eqeal Al-Saied Hashem Al-Aqeel is a Kuwaiti accountant and politician who has been the countrys Minister of Finance since December 2019.

Dasman Diabetes Institute

Dasman Diabetes Institute is a medical research institute based in Sharq, Kuwait. It is founded by Kuwait Foundation for the Advancement of Sciences in 2006 as a tertiary level center to prevent and treat local population for diabetes and other r ...

Gate (disambiguation)

Gate novel series, a 2006/2010 novel series by Takumi Yanai, with comic manga, 2011 and television anime, 2015 adaptations Gate solitaire, a card game Gåte 2002 EP, by the eponymous band Gate album, a 1995 album by Peter Frohmader Gåte, a Norwegi ...

Abdullah Al-Wazzan

Abdullah Al-Wazzan is a film director, screenwriter and film producer. He was born in Kuwait City, Kuwait in 1990. Al-Wazzan developed an interest in filmmaking in his early preteens. At the age of 17 he studied Architecture, And graduated with a ...

Australia at the Rugby League World Cup

Australia have competed in every edition of the Rugby League World Cup. They have won the competition 11 out of 15 times and have finished as runners-up on three other occasions. At every tournament, they have automatically qualified.

Susanne Kuehling

Kuehling is interested in the study of small matrilinear and matrilocal societies. Her research and teaching includes also the ethnography of New Guinea and Micronesia, anthropology of gender and landscape and the history of anthropology. She did ...

1981 Asia Golf Circuit

The 1981 Asia Golf Circuit was the 20th season of golf tournaments that comprised the Asia Golf Circuit. Taiwans Lu Hsi-chuen was the circuit champion, ahead of compatriot Ho Ming-chung and Americans, Payne Stewart and Tom Sieckmann. With the tit ...

Thomas Grahamslaw

Thomas Grahamslaw was an Australian public servant. He spent most of his life in Papua and New Guinea, where he worked as a civil servant and served as an official member of the Legislative Council.

Gatoloai Peseta Sio

Gatoloaifaana Peseta Siaosi Sio was a Western Samoan chief, musician, writer and politician. He served as a member of the Legislative Assembly from 1950 to 1951, and again from 1954 to 1957.

Taylor Winterstein

Taylor Winterstein is a Samoan-Australian online influencer known for her public anti-vaccination stance. Winterstein has been heavily criticised in a number of South Pacific and Australasian countries for her anti-vaccination rhetoric, and her s ...

Salome Tanuvasa

Salome Tanuvasa is a New Zealand artist of Tongan and Samoan descent. Her work is part of the permanent collection of Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki. She is a multi-disciplinary artist and uses moving image, drawing, photography and sculpture. ...

K Denk

Koang Deng Kuon Kong is a South Sudanese-born Canada-based songwriter, artist professionally known as K Denk. He was born in Renk, a suburb of Upper Nile State.

Slate Nation

Ngot Peter Mou Athuai is a South Sudanese-born Australia-based artist, songwriter who is known as Slate Nation. He was born in Thiet, a suburb of Tonj State.

DyspOra

DyspOra is a South Sudanese-born Australian hip hop artist, poet and activist. He is the founder of the independent record label Playback 808, and released the 8-track mini-album The Australien in partnership with the not-for-profit organisation ...

Asma Elbadawi

Asma Elbadwai is a Sudanese-British spoken word poet, activist, basket ball player and a coach. She is known to have petitioned and succeeded in convincing the International Basketball Association to remove a ban on hijabs and religious headwear ...