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Trincomalee

of both domestic and international poetry, films, music and literature for many centuries. Names and etymology


Tallinn

. Film Festivals * Music Festivals thumb right Estonian Song and Dance Celebration in 2009 ''Photo: Egon Tintse'' (Image:XXV laulupidu (3).jpg) *


Lahore

and the uncertainty which loomed over the fate of Lahore even after India and Pakistan became independent. Lahore's culture, its history, institutions, food, clothing, films, music, fashion, and liberal community lifestyle attract people from all over the country. thumb left Basant Kite Festival (Punjab) Basant (File:Bo Kata Still, Skyline of Lahore during Basant Kite Festival, Feb 2005.jpg) is a popular annual festival held in Lahore. The people of Lahore celebrate many festivals and events throughout the year, blending Mughal, Western, and other traditions. Eid ul-Fitr and Eid ul-Adha are celebrated. Many people decorate their houses and light candles to illuminate the streets and houses during public holidays; roads and businesses may be lit for days. The mausoleum of Ali Hujwiri, also known as Data Ganj Bakhsh (Persian Urdu: WikiPedia:Lahore


Hollywood

also for organized crime and corruption. *Los Angeles and neighboring Hollywood (film, television, modeling, music, (i.e. gangsta rap), paparazzi, plastic surgery, porn industry, publishing industries, sports, tabloids, air pollution, bank robberies, car chases, clubs, drugs, homeless people, gangs, notorious slums in the poorer areas of L.A., (major glamorous destination for many teen runaways (runaway (dependent))). *New York City (films, music, modeling, tabloids


Taiwan

literature Photography in Taiwan Cinema, television, music, and performing arts upright thumb right Yani Tseng with the 2011 Women's British Open trophy (Image:2011 Women's British Open - Tseng Yani (7) cropped.jpg) Baseball is Taiwan's national sport and it is a popular spectator sport. Two of the most famous Taiwanese baseball pitchers


Singapore

), and Home VDO (2000). A large number of his prize-winning shows have been screened at various film festivals around the world. He has also produced and or directed made-for-television films, music videos and television advertisements. In February 1999, Khoo was named in Asiaweek magazine as one of 25 exceptional Asians for his influence on film and television. In June of the same year, he received the Singapore Youth Award in recognition of his contribution to the country's film industry. Khoo is famous for his four critically acclaimed feature films that have been screened at film festivals all over the world: ''Mee Pok Man'' (1995), ''12 Storeys'' (1997), ''Be with Me'' (2005) and ''My Magic'' (2008). ''Mee Pok Man'' won prizes in Singapore, Fukuoka (Fukuoka, Fukuoka) and Pusan. ''12 Storeys'' won him the Federation of International Film Critics (FIPRESCI) Award, the UOB Young Cinema Award at the 10th Singapore International Film Festival, and the Golden Maile Award for Best Picture at the 17th Hawaii International Films Festival. ''12 Storeys'' was also the first Singapore film to be invited to take part in the Cannes Film Festival. ''Be With Me'' (2005), opened the Director's Fortnight at Cannes. ''My Magic'' (2008) was nominated for the Palme d'Or at Cannes Film Festival and was voted as one of the top five films of that year by Le Monde. '''Temasek Polytechnic''' (Abbreviation: '''TP'''; Chinese (Simplified Chinese): 淡马锡理工学院; Commons:Category:Singapore Wikipedia:Singapore Dmoz:Regional Asia Singapore


New Zealand

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Australia

in the Barry McKenzie films' music , La Trobe University, 2005 is a fictional character originally created by the Australian comedian (comedy) Barry Humphries (but suggested by Peter Cook) for a comic strip, written by Humphries and drawn by New Zealand artist Nicholas Garland, in the British satirical magazine ''Private Eye''. Macnab, Geoffrey: Bazza turns

). A large number of his prize-winning shows have been screened at various film festivals around the world. He has also produced and or directed made-for-television films, music videos and television advertisements. In February 1999, Khoo was named in Asiaweek magazine as one of 25 exceptional Asians for his influence on film and television. In June of the same year, he received the Singapore Youth Award in recognition of his contribution to the country's film industry. '''Deli Choices''' is a line of sandwich rolls containing different fillings. The rolls were released by McDonald's in Australia and New Zealand on October 2004. * Commons:Category:Australia Wikipedia:Australia Dmoz:Regional Oceania Australia


United States

to Dean, was due in part to the lack of a serious anti-Kerry candidate in Vermont (John Edwards had declined to put his name on the state's ballot, expecting Dean to win in a landslide), and in part to a television ad produced, funded, and aired in Vermont by grassroots Dean supporters. '''Mark Romanek''' (born September 18, 1959) is an American (United States) filmmaker (Filmmaking), whose directing work includes feature films (feature film), music video music videos


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