Culture

King January 24, 2020

Korean Club of Hyderabad organised a grand Korean Culture Fest recently at the Sarath City Capital Mall, Gachibowli. The Honorary Consulate General of Republic of Korea, Suresh Chukkapalli, graced the occasion as chief guest. The fest started off with a variety of stalls including Korean snacks, Kimchi, Korean calligraphy, face mask, and face painting, and […]

King January 14, 2020

Even by the standards of Donald Trump’s history of following bombastic threats with public or private backtracking, the reversal of the president’s threat to attack Iranian cultural sites in the aftermath of his assassination of Iranian General Qassem Soleimani was jarring. To recap, when Iran threatened retaliation for Soleimani’s killing, Trump tweeted that the US had “targeted 52 Iranian sites […]

King January 5, 2020

BEIJING, Jan. 5 (Xinhua) — China made solid progress in reducing poverty through the promotion of culture and tourism in poor areas in 2019, said the Ministry of Culture and Tourism. A series of programs have been implemented such as funding cultural activity facilities in poor villages and bringing traditional Chinese opera performances to the […]

King December 6, 2019

Since 2010 YouTube has gifted an annual holiday season present to their fans and followers – The top YouTube Videos and Music Videos of the year. And I am now re-gifting to you: TOP TRENDING VIDEOS – US James Charles – No More Lies First We Feast – Gordon Ramsay Savagely Critiques Spicy Wings | Hot Ones […]

King September 23, 2019

 The mountains of Connemara National Park will be turned green by light artist Kari Kola on St Patrick’s Day 2020. Photograph: Alamy Homer’s Odyssey is to be read aloud on the wind-battered beaches of Ireland’s west coast to celebrate claims that some of the mythical journey took place there, as part of Galway’s stint as European […]

King September 11, 2019

When you’re building a business, you’re essentially spinning more than a dozen plates in the air. Sales, marketing, engineering, HR, brand, business development, finance, IT and more. All those plates are moving at a rapid pace as you sprint forward. Some of them fall, and you pick them up. Some of them break, and you […]

King September 9, 2019

For one night each September, we become a nation of culture lovers. In this parallel universe, people queue to get into museums, line up outside galleries and throng the foyers of theatres. Couples have fun without alcohol, families explore architecture, cafes turn into performance spaces, bars sprout poets and it can seem as if every […]

King September 7, 2019

. I’m sitting at a brunch table in Reno with an author, a doctor and a candlemaker. They’re filthy, sunburned and covered in grey alkaline dust from spending three weeks in the open desert. They just built a pop-up city complete with safety systems, sanitation and medical care, and then burned it all to the […]

King August 27, 2019

An organization’s operating culture is closely linked to the behaviors of its leaders. PEXELS Organizational culture is all about patterns of behaviors, rules (both written and unwritten), and the ways people either live up to or ignore the values they espouse. In other words, culture is how people operate in their work environment. Culture can […]

King August 19, 2019

Writer and theatre director Robert Icke was born in Stockton-on-Tees and educated at the University of Cambridge. Since 2013, he has been associate director of the Almeida theatre in London, where his productions have included adaptations of the Oresteia (2015), for which he won best director at the 2016 Olivier awards, Uncle Vanya (2016) and Hamlet (2017). Icke will step down from the […]