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Chef Nick’s Knife Art on Canvass

By Christopher Cottrell/ Images: Courtesy of Nick Durrer Retired Chef Nick Durrer is a long time cooking legend from Jakarta to Zhuhai. Now, he’s turning his kitchen knives for painting—literally cutting edge art. From 1972 to 2014, Nick carved out his name in kitchens across Southeast Asia and China. During …

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Himalayan Spirit in Manila

By Peace Post Staff/ Images: Courtesy Natalya Bronzova The Himalayan spirit is strong with Russian artist and intellectual Natalya Bronzova. Especially with her latest solo painting exhibition in Manila titled “Rainbow of My Soul.” Running from June 1 to 30, 2017 at the Rockwell Club, the focus of the exhibit …

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Dr. Harley Seyedin to Receive Business Peace Prize

By Christopher Cottrell// Image: American Chamber of Commerce for South China Guangzhou based Dr. Harley Seyedin, president of the American Chamber of Commerce for South China, is a legend in the region. As an entrepreneur and philanthropist, he has been a pillar of Guangzhou and South China for well over …

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HK$1 Million raised for Chinese moms

By Peace Post Staff/ Images: UNICEF HK The “Little Artists Big Dreams” drawing contest by UNICEF HK this past weekend raised over HK$1 million. Over 1,000 children and their parents came out for the event to create pictures in advance of Mother’s Day. With a single donation of HK$800,000 from title …

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Macau Leading Doctor Delegation to Beijing

By Peace Post Staff/ Image: Christopher Cottrell The Sino-Luso International Medical Forum Series 37 is bringing a strong healthcare delegation to Beijing and Macau. Doctors and health officials from Brazil, Portugal, Cape Verde, the Philippines, Hong Kong and Macau will hold symposiums and workshops in Beijing from May 18th -20th, …

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Hong Kong lasers and medical research

By Peace Post Staff/ Image: University of Hong Kong Researchers at the University of Hong Kong have devised a revolutionary laser—with far reaching applications from disease diagnosis to basic scientific research. Pioneered by Dr. Kevin Tsia, Associate Professor at the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering at the University of Hong Kong, …

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All that jazz in Havana

By Peace Post Staff/ Image: UNESCO The 6th International Jazz Day is taking place on April 30, 2017 in Havana, Cuba. Hosted with world jazz ambassador Herbie Hancock, the Havana concert takes place at the Teatro de La Habana Alicia Alonso under the auspices of the Ministry of Culture of …

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United Nations: Anti-Mine Action “Needs Driven. People Centered”

By Peace Post Staff/ Images: United Nations “Peace without mine action is incomplete peace,” says United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres. In remembering April 4 as International Mine Awareness Day, the United Nations called for this year to be “Needs driven” and “People Centered.”   Secretary-General António Guterres further noted, “I urge …

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