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The Revival of Boléro in Vietnam
October 12, 2016
The Revival of Boléro in Vietnam
Ironically, while the North won the war, it is the once-banned yellow music of the South which Vietnamese love.
The Revival of Boléro in Vietnam
Central Asian States Strive to Distill Local Culture
August 02, 2016
Central Asian States Strive to Distill Local Culture
The Silk Road, a “cultural artery," brought to the region all kinds of foreign influences.
Central Asian States Strive to Distill Local Culture
Taking off: The Cambodian Space Project
January 08, 2016
Taking off: The Cambodian Space Project
The Diplomat's Luke Hunt speaks with the stars of the rock band Cambodian Space Project.
Taking off: The Cambodian Space Project
Cho Seong-Jin and Chopin’s ‘Eternal Sonata’ in East Asia
November 09, 2015
Cho Seong-Jin and Chopin’s ‘Eternal Sonata’ in East Asia
A South Korean musician’s victory in the Chopin Competition confirms the composer’s enduring popularity in East Asia.
Cho Seong-Jin and Chopin’s ‘Eternal Sonata’ in East Asia
Megadeth's First Show in China Censored
October 09, 2015
Megadeth's First Show in China Censored
The thrash metal band is not the first to find itself restricted by Chinese censors.
Megadeth's First Show in China Censored
Does Psy Have a Drinking Problem?
July 29, 2013
Does Psy Have a Drinking Problem?
In a revealing interview, the K-pop star Psy admits to drinking all the time.
Does Psy Have a Drinking Problem?
April 24, 2013
Daft Punk to Premiere New Album In Rural Australia Town, Pop. 2,100
On May 17, 4,000 individuals will be the first to hear Random Access Memories. But why in Wee Waa?
Daft Punk to Premiere New Album In Rural Australia Town, Pop. 2,100
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