Traditional hunts deemed illegal by the Council of State will again be possible from Saturday

Four decrees published on October 15 re-authorize the trapping of crested lapwings (photo), skylarks, golden plovers, thrushes and blackbirds. MICHAELA WALCH/IMAGEBROKER / PHOTONONSTOP New orders and new appeals. The battle continues between the government and the League for the Protection of Birds (LPO) over traditional hunts. Friday, October 15, four ministerial orders re-authorizing the trapping … Read more

In Côte d’Ivoire, the restitution by France of the Ebrié drum, “a historic gesture” hailed by traditional chiefs

The traditional chief Clavaire Aguego Mobio, on October 11, 2021 in Abidjan. ISSOUF SANOGO / AFP The forthcoming restitution by France of Djidji Ayokwe, the “speaking drum” of the Ebrié of Côte d’Ivoire, constitutes “A strongly historical gesture”, greeted, Monday, October 11, the traditional chiefdom of this people of the region of Abidjan. “I am … Read more

In Iki, Japan, gin to the rescue of traditional alcohol distilleries

Sale of shochu and other liqueurs in Tokyo. EURASIA PRESS / PHOTONONSTOP LETTER FROM IKI (JAPAN) Cradle of shochu, a traditional wheat-based beverage, the island of Iki, off Nagasaki, in southwestern Japan, could gain a new fame thanks to gin. Faced with the decline of shochu, which suffers from an image of very cheap alcohol, … Read more

Ciudad Real Recovers The Joy Of The Traditional Pandorga With The Concert ‘A Wink To The 80s’ – Lanza Digital

Presentation of the concert / VIDEO: history of the Pandorga anthem / Elena Rosa Share on Facebook Share on twitter Share in mail Share on whatsapp The Friends of Javier Segovia association, which has not performed with the public for two years, will do so on Friday 30 at La Granja in the year that … Read more

Vetements launches VTMNTS, a new approach to traditional luxury

Translated by Paul Kaplan Published on Jul 23, 2021 Vetements, the Zurich fashion brand founded by Demna Gvasalia and her brother Guram in 2014, unveiled its latest project on Thursday, called VTMNTS. Vetements launches VTMNTS, a new approach to traditional luxury – VTMNTS The vowel-free brand made a splash with its Spring-Summer 2022 men’s ready-to-wear … Read more

Eugenio Derbez On Netflix: This Will Be “Lotería”, The Movie Inspired By The Traditional Mexican Game

(Photo: ederbez / Instagram) Eugenio Derbez it continues with its overwhelming success inside and outside of Mexico. After boasting about having received his first Emmy Award, he is now confirmed his participation in the film Lottery, which will be under production by none other than Netflix. The streaming giant announced this morning that Eugenio Derbez … Read more

Don’t Have A Smart TV? So You Can Transform Your Traditional Screen Into A Smart TV

The daily routine of many people consists of watching a good series or movie in Netflix, Prime Video or some other platform streaming to de-stress after a long day at work. These platforms can be seen in a wide variety of devices such as laptops, tablets, smartphones, Smart TVs, among others. You are interested in: … Read more

In China, a new very political craze for “hanfu”, the traditional costume

Young women dressed in “hanfu” in Beijing, February 19, 2021. WANG ZHAO / AFP BEIJING LETTER In Beijing, the district of Sanlitun is the Mecca of a golden youth who, often, has more consideration for the dogs that it walks than for the employees of Apple or Louis Vuitton who try to satisfy its slightest … Read more

The Traditional Cartagena Music Festival Begins This Wednesday With Baroque Opera

The Cartagena Music Festival will be inaugurated with baroque opera. – Courtesy. With a face-to-face concert at the Adolfo Mejía Theater, the fifteenth version of the Cartagena Music Festival It will begin with a baroque opera repertoire, by the Bogotá Youth Philharmonic, under the direction of the Italian Sebastiano Rolli. Focused on the 17th century … Read more

For historian Sébastien Ledoux, Emmanuel Macron “produces a traditional heroic story when he highlights figures like Napoleon”

Historian Sébastien Ledoux. YANN LEGENDRE While France continues to tear itself apart over its colonial history, Sébastien Ledoux, researcher in contemporary history at the University of Paris-I – Panthéon-Sorbonne and teacher at Sciences Po Paris, analyzes, in The Nation in tale from the 1970s to the present day (Belin, 348 pages, 23 euros), the factory … Read more