Diwali Festival London Reply

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The annual Diwali on Trafalgar Square (DOTS), Sunday 11 October 2015, marked the Festival of Lights with heaps of food, music, activities and fun. The live line-up included both traditional religious performances and contemporary Asian music and dance, and the children’s parade re-enacted the end of the Diwali story – Lord Rama’s victorious return to his kingdom. Market stalls offered arts, crafts and vegetarian Southeast Asian food and workshops and activities for all ages. More…

Sexual Diversity in the UK and Japan Reply

LONDON – Daiwa Foundation held a seminar Sexual Diversity in the UK and Japan, Firday October 16, 2015.

The contributors were Kanako Otsuji, Director of the LGBT Policy Information Center of Japan, based in Osaka, Michael King,  Professor of Primary Care Psychiatry in the Division of Psychiatry at University College London  and Stephen Dodd (Chair) Professor of Japanese Literature at SOAS, University of London.

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Malaysia, Cambodia sign MoU on cooperation in green technology Reply

The Malay mail Online Thursday September 10, 2015

KUALA LUMPUR –  Malaysia and Cambodia today signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on the establishment of a framework for cooperation in the field of green technology.

The MoU, among other things, aimed to enhance opportunities for economic and social development in both countries, as well as to promote the development of technologies, products, services, trade and market. More…

Korea – Style Sharing Reply

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The Style Sharing Exhibition explored the symbiotic relationship between Korean and British styles, showing the work of Korean designers who have been inspired by British life,  and  ‘Hallyu’, Korean’s term for South Korean culture’s popularity in the West. More…

Boishaki Mela London Reply

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Bangladeshi New Year celebration in London.  There were  live dance and song performances, with over 100 stalls selling all things Bangladeshi, with many stalls serving fine cuisine. Tolly Boy gave away free packets of Basmati Rice to visitors The London  Bangledeshi Boishaki Mela is the largest outside of Bangladesh. Huge crowd attended the celebration at Victoria Park, London, Sunday 17 May 2015. More…