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From festivals in Florida to touring Dracula’s digs in Romania, we round up the best destinations to visit this October. As summer abandons Europe again this October, eke out the last of the rays and raves in Ibiza, where nightclubs will be going out with a bang for the winter break. When the party finally stops head to the island’s north.

Now’s the time to travel to Israel. Virtually.

Stay home is the message governments are sending to their citizens the world over. But staying inside in self-isolation is hardly a reason to forgo travel. Pre-coronavirus, Israel was named one of the...

We bet you did not know these advantages of MBA in International Business

Share Tweet Share Share Email An MBA in International Business is designed to provide an international perspective to students aspiring for a business career transcending international boundaries and culture. The course allows them to witness how globalisation has...

Vusamazulu Credo Mutwa: A legacy denied but not forgotten

Through his travels, he realised how the African continent was changing, how the culture was dying and becoming a forgotten and lost land. He saw how the European colonisation to the African continent...

International landscape roiling with changes brought by pandemic

Photo: ICDuring the global coronavirus pandemic, analyzing the situation to generate responses in a comprehensive, dialectical and forward-looking manner is much needed.Most changes in the international strategic landscape over the centuries were...

International acts might not tour for another year, says top music promoter

Planning for the industry to restart when the crisis ends is already underway, but the viability of ancillary industries that exist to support the live entertainment industry is a key consideration.The three largest...

Covid-19 puts Nakuru’s quest to become an art city on hold

Before the deadly coronavirus pandemic disrupted every aspect of our lives, Nakuru’s quest to attain an art city status was headed to the World conference in Bonn, Germany.Nakuru-based renowned art manager and film...

Artivism puts a face on Iloilo’s ‘vulnerable’ public markets

“We paint walls to break walls,” is how Artivism co-founder and Ilonggo painter Marrz Capanang summarizes the vision of their initiative, aiming to champion public spaces as meaningful venues for art and expression....

Looking Back On The WCW / NJPW Event In North Korea: 25 Years Later

WWEThis April will marked 25 years since WCW and New Japan Pro Wrestling held a joint event in North Korea. It was the first (and only) time a major American...

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