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Brazil artists turn former government building into creative centre
Empty and derelict, the site was wasted until 300 painters, sculptors, circus performers and musicians moved in, transforming it into an artistic hub.
02:04Jul 24, 2017
Arts & Culture
Saving Harbin: Chinese city struggles to preserve Russian legacy
A campaign is underway in China to save unique monuments of Russian history.
The city of Harbin, founded by colonialists during the height of the Russian empire, has a very distinct Tsarist character.
02:35Jul 24, 2017
Forest bathing: The latest health craze in Japan
Many of us will try anything to de-stress and unwind. Yoga, Pilates, meditation. But what about “forest bathing”?
It's taking off in Japan as a surprisingly simple way to stay healthy.
02:22Jul 23, 2017
Russia’s Bolshoi theatre uses artificial intelligence to restore history
Artificial intelligence is being used to trace the cultural history of Russia's Bolshoi theatre.
02:29Jul 22, 2017
Australian art gallery holds sneaker exhibition
The Art Gallery of Western Australia is hosting an exhibition exploring the history and cultural significance of the sneaker.
Hip Hop is now the most popular music genre in the US
Hip Hop has now officially taken over rock music as the most popular genre in the US.
02:22Jul 21, 2017
Syrian refugee uses ballet to convey message of peace
Ahmed Joudeh fled Syria and is now training as a ballet dancer in Amsterdam.
02:12Jul 21, 2017
Million-dollar bids expected as ‘moon dust’ heads to auction
The bag that was used to carry the very first lunar samples back to Earth is expected to fetch millions in an upcoming space exploration auction at Sotheby's auction house in New York.
02:17Jul 20, 2017
Turkey: 'The smallest sound frightens orphaned Syrian refugees'
The conflict in Syria has displaced millions of civilians and killed hundreds of thousands of people.
At least 50.000 of them have escaped to Turkey, where some are cared for by charities.
02:30Jul 20, 2017
Former Brazil slave port declared a world heritage site
The UN'S cultural organisation has declared Rio de Janeiro's Valongo Wharf a world heritage site.
02:25Jul 19, 2017
Turkey: Circus skills help Syrian refugee children overcome trauma
It is not uncommon for youngsters to dream of running away to join the circus.
For Syrian refugee children in Turkey, they didn’t escape to the big top, but ran away from conflict.
02:34Jul 19, 2017
Afghan girls' robotics wins silver after US visa obstacle
Teenagers from nearly 150 countries have celebrated the closing ceremony of what has been called the Olympic games of robot building.
02:09Jul 19, 2017