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Glenda del E Live Recording
(GdelE Productions, 2008)
This repertoire represents a continuous tradition of Cuban Piano Music dating from the nineteenth century. It has its origins in England, Spain, France, while its rhythm and syncopated style derive from Africa.
From Drawings by the Blind to Music by the Deaf
Manhua: The Evolution of Hong Kong Cartoons and Comics
(Wiley-Blackwell Publishing, 2002)
Establishing the Modern Advertising Languages: Patent Medicine Newspaper Advertisements in Hong Kong, 1945-1970
(Oxford University Press, 2000)
This article traces the formation of modern advertising languages in Hong Kong when this society was developing into the industrialization stage and was experiencing steady economic growth in the period from 1945 through ...
The Rise of Consumer Culture in a Chinese Society: A Reading of Banking Television Commercials in the 1970s of Hong Kong
(Taylor & Francis (Routledge), 2000)
In this article, I analyze 2 case studies of television advertising campaigns for banking services during the 1970s and early 1980s in Hong Kong, those of Hang Seng Bank and HongkongBank. Advertising from this period saw ...
Implicit learning of Indian music by Westerners
Studies by Bigand and Barrouillet (1996), Perruchet, Bigand, and Benoit-Gonin (1997), Bigand, Perruchet, and Boyer (1998),Tillmann, Bharucha, and Bigand (2000) show that listeners exposed to only a few minutes of stimuli ...
Detachment & Reunification: A Chinese Graphic Design History in Greater China since 1979
(Massachusetts Institute of Technology Press, 2001)
Mapping the Multicoloured Inukshuk in Canada's Multicultural Landscape
My paper is a study of the sixty year history of the inukshuk’s cultural appropriations from humanoid-rock-formation to Canadian-Nunavut-Olympics icon. It traces the inukshuk variant in Canadian visual culture from its ...