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Art Culture

Exploring East Asia, National Museum of Scotland

On 8 February 2019, the National Museum of Scotland opened Exploring East Asia gallery— a significantly diverse space which demonstrates three major cultures in  East Asia: China, Japan, and Korea. As geographically close neighbours, China, Japan, and Korea modestly learn from each other and commonly share a cultural heritage as well as a progression of […]

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Lifestyle What's On

Give it a Go Week: New Scotland Country Dance Society

As the philosopher, Friedrich Nietzsche earnestly said, “Every day I count wasted in which there has been no dancing.” Personally, there are two days throughout the year which I will highlight in my daily calendar— St Andrew’s Day and Burns Night, since on these special days I can get a kick out of freely enjoying […]

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Lifestyle Wellbeing

Take a Break: four relaxing routes to consider during the revision period

Winter is here, with exam season almost upon us and the list of deadlines ever increasing. At this time, it is more crucial that we aim for an effective and productive revision process as well as strive for excellence. To maximise our potential, it is always necessary to take a short break after a long […]

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Science

The Festival of Physics: a journey into the world of science

The Festival of Physics was organised by the Institute of Physics in Scotland from 26 to 28 October at Dynamic Earth, and  is one of the featured events for the UK- wide festival, Museums at Night 2018. This year, the theme of the festival is time, and it provides a culturally diverse range of events […]