In this article, Euroculture Alumnus Wong Tsz explains how movies such as "Sacrifice" (金剛川) serve to build collective narratives in contemporary China.
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For Czechs and Slovaks, the Velvet Revolution cannot be reduced to just one demonstration, one election, and one painful breakup. Here is the perspective of three Czechs, born Czechoslovaks, on the events of November 1989 and the lessons we should all learn from this period.
HK problem is a long-rooted problem. The Amendment for extradition bill just lit the fuse. Since Hong Kong was handed over from Britain in 1997, the dissatisfaction of HK citizens toward HK government has raised a lot.
Thinking about doing a research track at one of the EU universities of the Euroculture consortium? Today, we’re featuring the University of Groningen, in the Netherlands! Learn more about their research track directly from Fangjia Chen, who just completed her 3rd semester there!
The Euroculturer shares with you an exclusive insight into the Venezuelan crisis, as seen from a Colombian perspective. Indeed, this country is on the front line of the ongoing conflict, which shows once again the limits of our international organisations, according to Nicolás Javier Pedraza Garcia.
What does the current trading strategy of the EU and China teach us? Which improvements could be considered in the future? Between politics and economy, it is hard to find the right balance sometimes!
Daniele Carminati looks into the future and sees a new world order where the West is no longer setting the global agenda
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王 子 Wong Tsz “A true story about fortune cookies: they look Chinese, they sound Chinese, but they're actually an American invention, which is why they’re hollow, full of lies and leave a bad taste in the mouth.” This is a quote from Mandarin in the opening of Iron Man 3, the final episode of … Continue reading Mandarin – The Transformed Evil Chinese