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Turkish Gypsy culture

Posted by on August 5, 2014 – 04:56 pm

Turkish Gypsy culture

An Adman, graphic designer, promoter, manager and venue owner… Serdar Ilhan has moved to New York from Istanbul when he was 27. He simply was looking for some adventure as a young and brave man. Also, he was targeting to learn a new language. The year was 1989. He had been unhappy about Turkey’s political situation then… “Those were the beautiful days actually.” he says and adds. “Now, I understand.” That young man who was looking for some adventure in the States became one of the most significant Turkish figures in New York in couple of years…

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Turkish culture personal space

Posted by on August 4, 2014 – 04:51 pm

Turkish culture personal space

The exhibition Decisive Moments: Photographs from the Collection of Cherye R. and James F. Pierce includes two striking works by New York–based Moroccan artist Lalla Essaydi, who gives the lecture Gender, Power and Traditions on Monday, April 21, at 7pm in the Doris Duke Theatre. The artist generously answered a few questions by email about her work. Your photographic work is largely of Arab women. Can you tell us a little about it? It is obvious that while my photographs are expressions of my own personal history, they can also be taken as reflections…

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Turkish culture Projects

Posted by on July 30, 2014 – 03:17 pm

Turkish culture Projects

Location: Boston, MA Merhaba! The Turkish Program at Boston University is an intensive 8-credit elementary-level program in Modern Standard Turkish for students with no prior experience in Turkish. The summer program is the equivalent of two semester-length courses. The Turkish Summer Intensive Course provides the students with a solid foundation in all four communicative skills (listening, reading, speaking and writing). By the end of the summer term students will be able to talk about themselves and their family and friends, seek information about…

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Turkish material culture

Posted by on July 29, 2014 – 03:05 pm

Turkish material culture

The homes of nomadic and settled peoples, and weaving, pottery and other craft traditions highlighted in Interwoven Worlds, have their origins in practices going as far back as the Neolithic period of the Ancient Near East. Alexander Bauer, co-curator of the exhibition, and an archaeologist who co-directs a field project in the Black Sea region of Turkey, will discuss the long-term history of these traditions. He is also a specialist in cultural heritage law and policy and museum studies, ethics and preservation. Major funding for the exhibition…

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Turkish business culture

Posted by on July 25, 2014 – 12:37 pm

Turkish business culture

Find out about doing business in Turkey, business culture in Turkey and Turkey business etiquette. Learn about Turkey business ethics, Turkey business travel, Turkey business customs, Turkey business communication and Turkey business practices. Discover business customs in Turkey, Turkey business negotiations, Turkey business gifts and Turkey business protocol. Receive latest information on Turkey business meetings, Turkey business dress and the use of business cards in Turkey. Get practical tips on business relationships in Turkey, business greetings…

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Turkish Ministry of culture and Tourism

Posted by on July 14, 2014 – 07:32 am

Turkish Ministry of culture and Tourism

Kyrgyzstan’s Minister of Culture and Tourism Sultan Rayev attended the Turkish Language Olympics’ eliminations in his country. Rayev in his statements said,“Theses schools are of golden value to us. In fact,even more than that as gold mines will be exhausted sooner or later but knowledge won’t.” The finals took place at the nation’s largest cultural venue National Filarmonya in the capital Bishkek. The traditional Kyrgyz performance followed by the two countries’ national anthems kicked off the event to witness spectacular shows. The Kyrgyz students’…

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Turkish culture Minister

Posted by on July 11, 2014 – 06:01 am

Turkish culture Minister

The truth is finally dawning on Europe. Will we see the light too late? Merkel says German multi-cultural society has failed BERLIN (AFP) Germany s attempt to create a multi-cultural society has failed completely, Chancellor Angela Merkel said at the weekend, calling on the country s immigrants to learn German and adopt Christian values. Merkel weighed in for the first time in a blistering debate sparked by a central bank board member saying the country was being made more stupid by poorly educated and unproductive Muslim migrantsThe History…

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Turkish culture London

Posted by on July 9, 2014 – 05:24 am

Turkish culture London

I m a turk born in London, England so that makes me a brit too and I ve lived in the States for 26 years. I ve known & know more muslims than you ll ever know. I have never met a muslim that agrees with what radical/terrorists so called muslims think & do. Also your totally wrong about them not being a culture, I should know, seeing as how I am from that background. I m really proud of the turkish part of my heritage (as well as the brit & american parts) but that s not what we re talking about. Muslim culture & british &…

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