Monthly Archives: July 2002

Low Budget Films Just as Good

SAN ANTONIO, Texas — In a digitally animated film entitled The Cathedral, a man stumbles across a dreary landscape into a dark, ominous building. A brilliant flash of light fills the cavernous space, and branches shoot up, extending the structure … Continue reading

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Should Constitution Safeguard Ethnicity?

Should our cultural or ethnic diversity be protected by the Constitution? How should ethnicity be dealt with to ensure unity in diversity and security of persons and property? Should the Constitution recognize indigenous languages? These are among the issues being … Continue reading

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The National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine

The National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (NCCAM) is 1 of the 27 institutes and centers that make up the National Institutes of Health (NIH). The NIH is one of eight agencies under the Public Health Service (PHS) in … Continue reading

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Chopin piano competition set for end of month

The Council of Cultural Affairs and the Frederic Chopin Foundation Taipei yesterday joined hands to kick off the 9th Taipei International Youth Chopin Piano Competition which will be held in Taipei from July 24 to August 4. As part of … Continue reading

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