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A History of Art in 21 Cats

2021.09.27

A History of Art in 21 Cats

Illustrator Nia Gould is a serious cat person and artist. She combines her knowledge in art history and love for cats to create works of art history related to cats, in addition to presenting the different images of cats through the different art schools and painting styles. This is a brand-new method for comprehending arts when the viewers follow the painting and each language to embed history into their mind.

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Weekend Cinema - “All the Dead Ones”

2021.09.23

Weekend Cinema - “All the Dead Ones”

This mysterious film - “All the Dead Ones” took place in Brazil on one rainy day in 1899. The movie starts with two different time dimensions that intersect with each other, giving new birth to the present and yet floundering between the 19th and 20th centuries. This film was selected to compete for the Golden Bear in the main competition section at the Berlin International Film Festival and won the best film at IndieLisboa International Film Festival. The film may make be listed on your waiting list of weekend movies.

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Ray Chin: The First Professional Underwater Cetacean Photographer of Taiwan

2021.09.16

Ray Chin: The First Professional Underwater Cetacean Photographer of Taiwan

Every year, Ray Chin, the first cetacean photographer in Taiwan, travels to Tonga, Norway, Argentina, and Japan in search of cetaceans and dolphins around the world, hoping to meet them in different seasons and waters. Every precious story and moment that has shocked and touched him over the past 20 years are collected in this new book "Whale Odyssey". Let's dive into the photo collections and experience this beautiful ocean from his point of view!

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Gardens of Gravel and Sand

2021.09.07

Gardens of Gravel and Sand

Where have you visited when you travel to Kyoto, Japan? Have you seen the must-visit “Karesansui Garden (Zen Garden)? However, can you really tell the difference by looking at the rocks and fine sand? Leonard Koren will introduce you to “Wabi-sabi” that could not be described by the Japanese. In this book, the author will take us to the journey of Japanese aesthetics through gravel and sand so that you can comprehend the “Karesansui Garden (Zen Garden)” in Kyoto more than most Japanese.

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Weekend Cinema “Final Exam”

2021.08.19

Weekend Cinema “Final Exam”

After reading the introduction, if you are ready to click on the following article, this is one of the many choices that you face today. The movie “Final Exam” will be available on August 20, which tells a story of how a substitute teacher Li-Hong Lin having to make a choice for the life of his and others in seven days. Go to the cinema and watch the story.

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The Flower Shop: Charm, Grace, Beauty, Tenderness in a Commercial Context

2021.07.20

The Flower Shop: Charm, Grace, Beauty, Tenderness in a Commercial Context

How does a seemingly ordinary flower shop trigger visual, emotional, and spiritual power? In his book, The Flower Shop, Author Leonard Koren gets in flower bushes and observes in person to present the aesthetic ideas from flower blossoms, using simple and skillful text and poetic photography.

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