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Amazon Publishing launches German-language publishing program


“We’ve been delighted with the reader response to the German translations released by Amazon Publishing, and are excited to have Publisher Sarah Tomashek and her team in Munich supporting our efforts to bring great works written in German to a wider audience,” said Jorrit Van der Meulen, Vice President of Kindle, EU. The program’s debut list for spring 2014 includes: Klang der Gezeiten (The Sound of the Tides), a new work of contemporary fiction from international best-selling author Emily Bold A new murder mystery featuring Berlin pol... Read More »

Burda Russia launches luxury men’s magazine The Rake


Editor-in-chief Alexander Rymkevich, who formerly headed up the Russian edition of the Robb Report, comments on the positioning of the brand: “Today The Rake is the main and most authoritative magazine in the world covering classic men’s elegance. It differs from other brands with its high quality approach to journalism, visual content and with its interest in tradition rather than short-term trends in fashion.” The magazine focuses on range of male interests, with columns on clothing, watches, accessories, cars, fine cuisine, travel, art, gro... Read More »

Opinion: Looking on the bright side of the euro crisis


A certain European public sphere already exists. It exists in the networks of culture, art, sports, movies, pop music, fashion and, of course, the economy - often already as part of a global public sphere. Just think of the Champions League, the Eurovision Song Contest, the Venice Biennale, the Berlin International Film Festival, the Milan fashion show, all the everyday economic and trade relations, European company mergers, European civil society networks and millions of people travelling to and living in other European countries. But beyon... Read More »

Belgian 3D Printing Pioneers, Materialise, honored with a Visionary! Award by the Museum of Art and Design in New York


The Museum of Art and Design chose Wilfried Vancraen as one of this year’s honorees due to the more than twenty years that Materialise has been working with designers and scientists to help expand design, manufacturing, and biomedical research into new frontiers, while remaining committed to artistic creativity, sustainability and the improvement of people’s lives. The award was also granted on the occasion of Materialise’s inclusion in MAD’s newest exhibition, Out of Hand: Materializing the Postdigital (16/10/2013 – 6/7/2014). Included in the ... Read More »

Keepmoat supports Hull Freedom Festival


The Hull Freedom Festival is a three-day long annual celebration featuring free, live indoor and outdoor concerts and shows from a wide variety of performers. More than 80,000 people attended this year’s event, which took place from 6-8 September, making it the biggest Freedom Festival yet. Keepmoat is currently working on a number of new build developments in the city as well as carrying out regeneration projects in the area. As part of the company’s commitment to supporting local communities, Keepmoat decided to back this year’s Freedom... Read More »

Beautiful China 2013: Inaugural “Lushan Impression” Art for Charity Event


The event was designed to promote the scenic spot through many artistic renderings of the famed resort, allowing interested tourists worldwide to better know the exquisite area and the Chinese traditions that are part of its long history: "When disaster strikes, help comes from all sides".Two days before the event, more than 3,000 tourists and art-lovers had already gathered at Lushan. On the last day of the event, over 600 art-lovers including students from colleges and universities as well as secondary and primary schools across China had mad... Read More »

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