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As my previous article presents some of my favourite Japanese traditional musical instruments, I thought that I shall give you some of the resources...
Japan has a long tradition of unique and outstandingly interesting things, such as pieces of literature, food or art. However, today I will tell...
I will talk about the graphic novel `Bezimena` by Nina Bunjevac, a novel which deals with abuse, perpetrators and trauma in a highly elevated way.
Considering Halloween is just around the corner, I will give you my favourite 3 films from Tim Burton to get you into the holiday’s spirit.
I will present to you 3 amazing comics that will most definitely put you in the Halloween mood and will make you sleep with your lights on.
In honour of the first woman ever put on a Romanian banknote, here are 3 other amazing women who deserve our recognition.
Studio Ghibli's films are a wonderful experience anyone interested in the history of animation and Japanese culture should themselves into. These films are the...
In this new series I will spotlight a certain author and a book written by them. Here I will discuss Basho's haiku poems from the `Lips too chilled` book.
Amidst the recent anime fever that has resurfaced, I decided to bring into attention some old school animes that I think you should watch.
“The Danish Girl” is a wonderful 2015 film about the story of Lili Elbe, recipient of one of the first documented sex reassignment surgery
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