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Color Star Technology Co., Ltd. (NASDAQ: HHT), a company engaged in the business of providing innovative education services, is pleased to announce that its wholly owned subsidiary, Color China Entertainment Limited (“Color China”) has signed a Framework Agreement with Moremoon Cartoon Cultural Diffusion (Shenzhen) Co., Ltd. (“Moremoon”) which sets forth the strategic direction of the …

Chung-Ang University’s Prof. Rhee Boa and her students Kim Kyung-joong, Park Ji-soo, Bae Soo-hyun and Lee Young-joo presented a media showcase “From Tangible to Intangible: A Media Showcase of Kisa chin p’yori chinch’an uigwe” at the Embassy of the Republic of Korea in London, the UK, making valuable contributions to promoting Korea’s cultural heritage. The …

“We will follow the laws of armed conflict,” Esper told CNN Monday. When pressed if that meant not targeting Iranian cultural sites, Esper replied, “That’s the laws of armed conflict.” “They’re allowed to kill our people, they’re allowed to torture and maim our people, they’re allowed to use roadside bombs and blow up our people, …

Wasatch Mental Health’s American Fork clinic didn’t think it had any clients who spoke Spanish. Then it hired someone who knew the language, and the people started rolling in. “If we have it available, more people will be willing to come,” said Elizabeth Feil, a licensed clinical social worker and supervisor at Wasatch Mental Health’s …

MANTECA — Maha Saddiqui was a child when she first noticed that disparities existed in her community and in the medical field. Her parents, who are Pakistani immigrants, would have to rely on a young Saddiqui to serve as their translator during medical visits. “There’s a large population out there of Pakistani, Muslim and South …

July 9, 2019 More From The Midwest Bureau Cara Anthony, a Kaiser Health News Midwest correspondent, is interviewed on “The 21st” on Illinois Public Media by Niala Boodhoo about how black pharmacists are helping fill a void for African American patients seeking medical care that acknowledges their heritage, beliefs and values. Anthony reported how such …

The cultural continuum exists in parallel with the causal continuation of the world’s events. They are inseparable from each other. The culture of a nation is passed on to the following generations that are born to be a part of the causal continuation of a nation. It is an endless transaction between generations for as …

Cultural and national negotiation styles reflect communication behaviors and the priorities of that culture. Priorities such as trust, teamwork, non-confrontational situations, and openness are all along a sliding scale with each culture. The communication behaviors of each culture reflect these priorities and can dictate how a culture will engage in negotiations. Often, Japanese and other …

Humans have always fought for territory with the perspective of protecting cultural norms. We belong to our land and our land belongs to us. Therefore, traditionally, culture has been geographically tethered. With technology, modernization, affluenza and ease of travel, global nomadic lifestyles are changing the definition of cultural norms. It is important that we broaden …

What is “cultural competence”? Culture is an aspect of identity, which we all have. Culture is based on a number of things shared with others such as language, shared history, beliefs, attitudes, celebrations, musical taste, dress, diet and many others. Culture is basically about a shared understanding with others of the same culture. Cultures are …