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Korean Violinist Won Hyung-joon: Building a Peaceful Land Through Music, Part 1 of 3

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Korean Violinist Won Hyung-joon: Building a Peaceful Land Through Music, Part 1 of 3

Mr . Won Hyung-joon, a Korean violinist widely recognized for his musicianship and activism for peace on the Korean Peninsula. Violinist Won Hyung-joon was a child prodigy, through his prolific career, Mr . Won has focused on fostering peace for all lands with his music and inspired to think of music as a medium of reconciliation. He later performed at the United Nations General Assembly Hall in 1996, under the theme “ World Peace.” Such performance strengthened his resolve to use his influence through music to foster the reunification of Korea.
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2019-04-26   4717 Views
A Journey through Aesthetic Realms
2019-04-26

The 2nd International Artist Day Celebration in Costa Rica, Part 3 of 4

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The 2nd International Artist Day Celebration in Costa Rica, Part 3 of 4

Poetry is the Eternal Breath. And matter is an illusion that happens. Never mind that seas and rivers, flowers, snow and waterfalls, are atoms of this or the other, made from energy or substance; The truth is, that there is poetry in what they do and there will always be beauty in what they do. The agitated bridge, the smooth lake, the fall of water, the ice in summits, the blizzard in fury, the snowy cloud in the dark cloud, they are not the same. Although they have identical hydrogen and oxygen molecules; that it’s not enough for the person with an artist’s heart and an apex of God in their gaze, to say that things are just states of matter, when they are states of the soul instead.
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2019-08-28   837 Views
A Journey through Aesthetic Realms
2019-08-28

A Heartfelt Celebration of Supreme Master Ching Hai Day in Kaohsiung 2018, Part 1 of 4

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A Heartfelt Celebration of Supreme Master Ching Hai Day in Kaohsiung 2018, Part 1 of 4

On October 25, 2018, the 25th Anniversary of Supreme Master Ching Hai Day, our Association members around the world came together in Kaohsiung, Taiwan (Formosa) to celebrate this meaningful day with heartfelt programs. The Supreme Master Ching Hai Day was first proclaimed on October 25, 1993 by the Honorable Frank Fasi, the esteemed 9th Mayor of Honolulu, Hawaii, USA. This special day recognizes and honors Supreme Master Ching Hai's selfless contributions to the world. Supreme Master Ching Hai lovingly connected with everyone via livestream. “The Ching Hai Day is not only my day. It's your day. It's everyone's day.”
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2019-10-17   412 Views
A Journey through Aesthetic Realms
2019-10-17

History of the Heavenly Harp, Part 1 of 2

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History of the Heavenly Harp, Part 1 of 2

Music is all around us. It exists in the melody of a bird’s happy song, or the sound of the bubbling river. These outer worldly sounds contain more than just a sound wave; they also connect us to our inner core. The harp is one of the most beautiful instruments that humankind has ever imagined. One might describe its sound as Heaven’s music, played by angels. In the Holy Bible, chapter 14 of the Book of Revelations mentions the harp sound. It says: “and I heard a sound from heaven like the roar of rushing waters and like a loud peal of thunder. The sound I heard was like that of harpists playing their harps.”
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2019-06-12   4819 Views
A Journey through Aesthetic Realms
2019-06-12

Traditional Instrument: Marimba - The Wood that Sings

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Traditional Instrument: Marimba - The Wood that Sings

According to Daniel Rager’s publication entitled The History of the Marimba, “The Marimba in its simplest form originated[…]long ago. It was one of the earliest melodic instruments made by [hu]man[s]and references suggest it was widespread throughout Asia and Africa.” Indeed, according to the American marimbist and ethnomusicologist Vida Chenoweth, approximately fifteen hundred years ago, a group of Malayo-Polynesian speaking peoples migrated to Africa, probably to Madagascar, and carried a xylophone-type instrument with them.
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2019-08-02   2013 Views
A Journey through Aesthetic Realms
2019-08-02

Thoughts on Interantional Artist Day

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Thoughts on Interantional Artist Day

In today's show, let's get up close and personal with a few artists from different countries and hear their thoughts on art and International Artist Day. Our first guest is Soley Bernal, one of the driving forces in Costa Rica's cinema scene. Mr. Wu Ding-Hsing is a senior artisan from Taipei, Taiwan, also known as Formosa. Ms. Hsin-Yuan-Lin is an acclaimed Chinese opera makeup artist in Taiwan, also known as Formosa. Our last guest is the vegan Spanish actress, dancer and singer, Miss Esther Méndez.
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2019-04-02   2362 Views
A Journey through Aesthetic Realms
2019-04-02

“Awakening Through Art” – The 2nd International Artist Day Celebration in Mongolia, Part 2 of 6

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“Awakening Through Art” – The 2nd International Artist Day Celebration in Mongolia, Part 2 of 6

Lyrics and music by the Supreme Master Ching Hai, “On the Riverbank,” singer Bayartsetseg. I love to sit on the riverbank, looking at the flowing water and hear the songs within…. Composition by the Supreme Master Ching Hai, “Triple melody,” 2nd & 3rd parts, Monrin Khuur Ensemble of Mongolia, conductor Tuvshinsaikan. It’s Artist Day, it’s not Ching Hai Day. You play all my songs, up to now three songs. But thank you for your affection through the music. Thank you. Thank you, Master and we hope You will equally enjoy the next dance performed by tiny dancers from Baganuur, a remote district of Ulaanbaatar. Choreography by Baljinnyam, performance by a children’s dance group called “Dance, Dance.”
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2019-09-24   670 Views
A Journey through Aesthetic Realms
2019-09-24

Korean Violinist Won Hyung-joon: Building a Peaceful Land Through Music, Part 2 of 3

00:20:04

Korean Violinist Won Hyung-joon: Building a Peaceful Land Through Music, Part 2 of 3

Korean violinist Won Hyung-joon was a child prodigy. He won numerous competitions. In 1990, he represented Korea to perform at the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Switzerland. In 1996, he performed at the UN General Assembly Hall where the theme was World Peace. Such performance inspired him to direct his musical career towards the goal of Korean reunification. Mr. Won explains the positive effects of peace concerts, and why he continues to realize a joint concert: “Meeting with music itself goes beyond any ideologies, politics, and religions. Words cannot express how much impact it can bring about. "
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2019-04-27   3290 Views
A Journey through Aesthetic Realms
2019-04-27

Au Lac - A Holy Land with Great Destiny – Part 3 of 4

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Au Lac - A Holy Land with Great Destiny – Part 3 of 4

Au Lac is among the most enriched nations in this world. Nowadays, in Au Lac, plant-based diet is not just a religions obligation, but has become a Green trend for health and the environment. The Aulacese people regard highly noble spiritual values. Deeply instilled with Buddhism and Confucianism at a young age, the Aulacese are taught moral values, such as “Love others as yourself”. That talent and virtue must go hand in hand, if one wishes to become beneficial to their family and society. Au Lac has everything. There are morals, piety, harmony, and four thousands years of civilization. It is one of the most ancient countries in the world.
A Journey through Aesthetic Realms
2019-07-24   2750 Views
A Journey through Aesthetic Realms
2019-07-24

Lunar New Year Celebration with Our Association Members, Part 4 of 5

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Lunar New Year Celebration with Our Association Members, Part 4 of 5

The Lunar New Year or Spring Festival is the most widely celebrated holiday in many Asian countries. Gifting children with red envelopes containing money, exchanging presents, wearing new clothes for good luck, cleaning up the house, and praying to God or the Buddhas for an auspicious year. Now let’s enjoy the entertaining programs presented by our Association members during the New Year international retreat held at the Hsihu Ashram in February 2018. The song called ”The Horizon” from Inner Mongolia. The left foot dance of the Yi ethnic people, called The Torch Festival.
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2019-02-07   2817 Views
A Journey through Aesthetic Realms
2019-02-07

A Lively Mid-Autumn Festival Celebration, Part 2 of 3

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A Lively Mid-Autumn Festival Celebration, Part 2 of 3

The next program is also from our friends of Mongolia, who have brought us a Mongolian folk song “Noonzaya.” It is a ballad about missing one’s homeland. A beautiful and kind-hearted young lady Noonzaya was married to a faraway stranger as arranged by her parents. She missed her homeland and kinfolks dearly. Next, Taichung Center from Formosa (Taiwan) will present a short play, “The Three Moons of Li Bai.” This play has adapted Li Bai’s poem “Remembering Qin’e” into a song titled “Protecting the Glaciers.” It serves as a metaphor advocating that humans should love the earth and adopt veganism to protect the glaciers and the earth.
A Journey through Aesthetic Realms
2019-09-07   741 Views
A Journey through Aesthetic Realms
2019-09-07

“Awakening Through Art” – The 2nd International Artist Day Celebration in Mongolia, Part 3 of 6

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“Awakening Through Art” – The 2nd International Artist Day Celebration in Mongolia, Part 3 of 6

You must have noticed that, Master is interested in our Concert. You’ve seen just now, how She appreciated the performances by the Morin Khuur Ensemble and Bayartsetseg, who sang Her beautiful song. So, we hope that She will enjoy our next performance as well. Because as I heard, the throat singing, which is underappreciated by us but admired by the world, was highly regarded by Master. We really hope that the Supreme Master will enjoy the next performance, because the next performance originates from the western part of Mongolia and this very unique singing is called “overtone singing” or “dual tonal singing,” literally known as throat singing. In fact, one performer can produce two musical tunes simultaneously.
A Journey through Aesthetic Realms
2019-09-26   617 Views
A Journey through Aesthetic Realms
2019-09-26

“Animal. Human. Sign.” A Dialogue with Artist Marianne Manda (INT)

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“Animal. Human. Sign.” A Dialogue with Artist Marianne Manda (INT)

Marianne Manda is a celebrated artist and archaeological draftsperson. Marianne Manda’s work has many themes, from animals to biblical subjects. I am convinced that human and animal cannot be separated from each other. And this I represent with my animal and human images; these are my signs. There are, of course, also signs that consist of letters, or a comma, line, dot... My animals are mostly from the Red List. I like my animals very much. That’s why I draw them. Of course, there are humans, too. I want to show the power and beauty of the animals, their greatness, their dignity.
A Journey through Aesthetic Realms
2019-10-02   247 Views
A Journey through Aesthetic Realms
2019-10-02

“United Peaceful World” Celebration in Korea, Part 6 of 8

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“United Peaceful World” Celebration in Korea, Part 6 of 8

And now, Let's watch the Sand Art, "United Peaceful World," and the following performance "Taepyeongmu" together. "Freedom and peace fulfilled through all of our own hands. …The great dream of our people, Unity, come quickly. …That day will com. Surely, that day shall come. Be Vegan! Make Peace!" Up next is "Fan Dance" and "Season Dance." Let's give a warm welcome to the performances of Korea Cultural Heritage Foundation Dance Company and Pyongyang Folk Arts group! "Whoa! Breathtaking. Really, really high-quality today."
A Journey through Aesthetic Realms
2019-11-13   391 Views
A Journey through Aesthetic Realms
2019-11-13

The Violin: History of a Wondrous Instrument

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The Violin: History of a Wondrous Instrument

In Europe, the violin can be traced back to the 9th century. Its origins are varied. The current from of the violin is the product of more than 500 years of evolution. It emerged in the early 16th century in northern Italy. By the mid-18th century, the violin had become one of the most popular solo instruments in Europe. The violin is a truly versatile instrument, whose ethereal sounds can lift our spirits, reminiscent of our heavenly origins.
A Journey through Aesthetic Realms
2019-03-06   2406 Views
A Journey through Aesthetic Realms
2019-03-06

“United Peaceful World” Celebration in Korea, Part 8 of 8

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“United Peaceful World” Celebration in Korea, Part 8 of 8

Now, let’s watch the song and dance, “Wild Rose”, which the Southern and the Northern parts of Korea used to sing together. Is the performance “Peaceful world - The Real Heroes.” “The Real Heroes” is a poem written by Supreme Master Ching Hai who was deeply touched by 2018 Inter-Korean Summit and wept, and this is a beautiful poem dedicated to the two leaders of the Korean Peninsula who started the era of peace and harmony. It’s the last performance of today’s concert. All performers will come to the stage together and sing “Our Hope is Unification.” “The best wishes to your country, United Korea. ‘United Korea’, more than ‘Unified Korea’. Because ‘united’ feels so powerful to me, so strong, so togetherness, so no breakable, no dividable, nothing can stop the people coming together and live together as one.”
A Journey through Aesthetic Realms
2019-11-21   362 Views
A Journey through Aesthetic Realms
2019-11-21

A Gentle Stroll in the Classical Garden with Johann Pachelbel and Joseph Haydn

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A Gentle Stroll in the Classical Garden with Johann Pachelbel and Joseph Haydn

In the late 1600s, Johann Pachelbel was a leading light among baroque composers in southern Germany. His organ music was deeply admired by the younger up-and-coming generation of composers. Nowadays most people know him for his Canon in D, which is played regularly at special events, such as Weddings and ceremonies, around the world. Next, we'd like to introduce Franz Joseph Haydn, an Austrian composer who was one of the most important figures in the development of classical music during the 18th century. Haydn’s extraordinary creative capacity led him to compose 104 numbered symphonies and 68 string quartets. Let's now listen to the first movement of to the first movement of this masterpiece played by the St. Lawrence String Quartet.
A Journey through Aesthetic Realms
2019-11-29   189 Views
A Journey through Aesthetic Realms
2019-11-29

Vegan Poet Neal Grace: Making Life a Spectacular Journey, Part 2 of 2

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Vegan Poet Neal Grace: Making Life a Spectacular Journey, Part 2 of 2

My main purpose is to continue to discover who I am, how I fit in the world. How I can contribute to the world to make it a better place for all of us, to be more compassionate, to be freer, happier, and to give to the world to give of my love and my energy and I don't need to take credit for this. All I need to do is to lovingly touch another soul, whether it's a kitten, a person, a baby elephant, a pig, whatever it is, a tree, a flower, a blade of grass, give to each thing.
A Journey through Aesthetic Realms
2019-07-02   3936 Views
A Journey through Aesthetic Realms
2019-07-02

In Celebration of International Artist Day, Reminiscing the Old Times, Part 2 of 3

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In Celebration of International Artist Day, Reminiscing the Old Times, Part 2 of 3

In December 2010, during the COP16 United Nations Climate Change Conference in Cancún, Mexico, a special artistic event was held. “The Greenest Heroes Gala” celebrated champions of the environment in halting global warming through the vegan way. As the event was organized in a short time, the guest stars didn’t have much time to make arrangements but stopped everything for the noble cause of saving the planet. Deeply touched by their enthusiastic support, Supreme Master Ching Hai spontaneously invited them to a cordial vegan brunch just hours before the gala.
A Journey through Aesthetic Realms
2019-04-09   3491 Views
A Journey through Aesthetic Realms
2019-04-09

“Awakening Through Art” – The 2nd International Artist Day Celebration in Mongolia, Part 6 of 6

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“Awakening Through Art” – The 2nd International Artist Day Celebration in Mongolia, Part 6 of 6

Because the artists, they're connected with their inner creation force. And whatever they do with pure intention, that will uplift the atmosphere of our planet and help the world and the people to improve spiritually, and thus also making peace and harmony outside in our world. That will also inspire the viewers, the enjoyers, the ones who enjoy the artistic creation, inspire them also to remember to connect with the inside creative force. TV should encourage people more (to eat a ) vegan diet. Good for your country, good for your individual merit and spiritual progress. Please enjoy our last performance. And our last performance is definitely dedicated to You Supreme Master, and to all the guests.
A Journey through Aesthetic Realms
2019-10-10   406 Views
A Journey through Aesthetic Realms
2019-10-10
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