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Serendipity Shall Bring the Paintings to You – The Wong Nan-ping Family Collection This fall, Christie’s Hong Kong is proud to present a selection of paintings from the family collection of the latest true collector of traditional scholars – Jade Studio Master Mr. Wong Nan -ping (1924-1985). As an offspring …

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Islamic calligraphy art pieces on display at Pakistani festival

TEHRAN (IQNA) – The Pakistani Lok Mela festival underway in Islamabad hosts a collection of Islamic calligraphy artwork by famous artist Azeem Iqbal. The exhibition mainly focused on the messages of peace and harmony through Quranic verses and letters. Azeem Iqbal uses various mediums like leather, stone, wood, bamboo, gold, …

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profanation of the Torah is a wake-up call | IJN

II have always felt particularly connected to safrut, the uniquely beautiful calligraphy of the Torah scrolls. As the softer, the scribe, dip his quill in his black inkwell, with the beautiful letters emerging transforming the cream velum into a sacred Torah scroll, I think of the to do. A “label»Is …

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KP pavilion in Lok Mela attracts visitors, tourists

peshawar – A large number of visitors, including domestic and foreign tourists, visited the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa pavilion on Tuesday and showed keen interest in the rich culture, crafts and distinct traditions presented at Lok Mela 2021 in Islamabad. The special assistant to the chief minister of the KP in charge …

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Tale woven from Kashmiri and Turkish rugs

Kashmiri and Turkish rugs are among the most luxurious items presented in any market, whether local or international. While Turkish and Kashmiri rugs are part of the cultural heritage of both regions, they also adorn homes and religious shrines around the world. A woman weaving traditional Turkish rugs in her …

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Companions in Solitude – Chinadaily.com.cn

The 16th-century painting (part) by Qian Gu depicts Wang Xizhi’s famous gathering at the Orchid Pavilion, where guests were to drink wine and compose poems. [Photo provided to China Daily] Living with the pandemic led a museum curator to reflect on how the ancient Chinese approached the idea of ​​isolation, …

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Real sportswear: the new “OmniFibers” material “trains” you to breathe like professional athletes

CAMBRIDGE, Massachusetts – Sportswear is entering a new era thanks to smart technology. New fabric that “registers” muscle movements as you breathe could allow for better training and faster recovery from respiratory illnesses. The fibers of the fabric, nicknamed OmniFibers, register the breathing of high performance athletes. When worn by …

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