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Submissions (13)

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A Culture of Violence To be different is to be evil, odd, the enemy... I might be speaking another language,having another culture, religion, or belonging to another ethnic group but does that make me ugly, evil? And unfortunately, some streams of ideas are promoting such a culture of violence and intolerance - like Huntington and Fukoyama, who believe that wars,...
yarinos Cartoons
Alien Culture
jrdewan Mixed Media
Cultural (R)Evolution China past and present.
Franziska Photography, Black and White
Culture "Culture."<br /><br /><br /><br /> <br /><br /><br /><br /><br /> -Limore Twena. Age 24. Canada.<br /><br /><br /><br /> <br /><br /><br /><br /> 'Culture' was amoung the first Global Gallery Submissions showcased and launched within the TIG Booth at the Youth Empowerment Event, Toronto SkyDome in April 2001. View the <a...
LimoreTwena Painting
CULTURE MAKES US WHO WE ARE This artwork is a copy of my original piece in 1999. It portrays the traditional medium of communication through the "Atenteben", a Ghanaian traditional flute used to convey messages from Kings to their subjects. It was drawn using the pencil tool in Corel Draw '5' through the mouse of a Computer. But the background was a scanned...
blackus Mixed Media
Do you understand me? A "Lingua Franca" is supposed to be a medium of communication between people of different languages. People disagree which language is to be the global lingua franca. English is common, yet Chinese is more widespread and yet others favour French. Some languages, like Esperanto, were created to bridge language barriers. But it's not the language...
luneaz Ink, Pen
Ghazal Its a Poem in Urdu language of a Pakistani Poet
APAP Computer Graphics
Hands We are capable of so much. I often think of how grateful I am for my hands and all that they have allowed me to create - whether it be through artwork, typing, writing, building, exploring, holding other hands etc. They are also such a great way to communicate with others through a wave or a 'good job' kind of symbol/language.
jenergy Drawing, Pencil
Languages For people from different communities to be aware of our culture we have to present it to them. This means we need to be aware of our own culture before we can expect others to understand and accept it. Here a group of students from Hong Kong set up a booth presenting the Cantonese language at a Multicultural Conference.
reggie Photography, Colour
Our land knows our language, أرضنا تعرف لغتنا
ruba Ink, Pen