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    • Discover Morocco: The Ultimate Travel Guide for Exploring Morocco Like a Local

    • Discover Travel Guides
    • By: Joe Stanton
    • Narrated by: Don Wang
    • Length: 26 mins
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    Are you planning a vacation in Morocco? Do you want to be well prepared and well informed before you leave? Now you can ready to enjoy the delights of this fascinating and historical country, packed with bazaars, stunning beaches, friendly people and delicious food, with Discover Morocco: The Ultimate Travel Guide for Exploring Morocco Like a Local.

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    • By L.L. on 07-03-17

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    • Generation Dead: Beyond The Gates

    • Book 3
    • By: Joseph Talutto
    • Narrated by: Don Wang
    • Length: 6 hrs and 35 mins
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    After the Zombie Wars, John Talon and Charlie James sealed off the mountain passes, keeping hordes of zombies from ever reaching the safe zones. No one would ever have a good reason for crossing the Gates. Years later, Jake and Aaron Talon are following a mystery, a murder which will take them through the Gates and into the lands of the dead. 

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    • On Not Going to the Venice Biennale

    • Studies In World Art, Book 128
    • By: Edward Lucie-Smith
    • Narrated by: Don Wang
    • Length: 9 mins
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    Thank God I wasn’t in Venice for the opening of this year’s Biennale, even though I had a number of artist friends who were exhibiting there. The crowds to get into the main shows are fierce, with queues at all the main national pavilions. So is the social competition. “Have you been invited to this?” “Have you got a ticket for that?” Elbows out. Armour-plated ego at the ready.

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    • Andrea Palladio

    • Studies in World Art, Book 5
    • By: Edward Lucie-Smith
    • Narrated by: Don Wang
    • Length: 6 mins
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    Andrea Palladio is the most influential architect who ever lived - much more so than those heroes of the Modern Movement - Frank Lloyd Wright, Le Corbusier and Mies van der Rohe. It is significant that buildings we call "Palladian" are still being built today - for example, by the British architect Quinlan Terry. Palladio’s ideas were disseminated not only by his buildings, but also, even more effectively, by his writings, most notably by his didactic masterpiece, I Quattro Libri dell’Architettura (The Four Books of Architecture), published in 1570.

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    • Photography Loses Its Limits

    • Studies in World Art, Book 131
    • By: Edward Lucie-Smith
    • Narrated by: Don Wang
    • Length: 16 mins
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    London is now a major centre for the international art world. The only other European city that houses as many studios is not Paris but Berlin. And Berlin does not have nearly as many galleries, public or commercial, which feature the latest developments in contemporary art. 

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    • Arnaldo Roche

    • Studies in World Art, Book 8
    • By: Edward Lucie-Smith
    • Narrated by: Don Wang
    • Length: 6 mins
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    Art in Puerto Rico occupies a kind of bridge position, between the North American art world one the one hand and the various Latin American and Caribbean art worlds on the other. Puerto Rican artists have easy physical aspects to the United States, and large Puerto Rican colonies in major American cities, notably New York and Chicago, have led to the birth of mixed vernacular cultures. The one in New York is sometimes referred to as Nuyorican, and has a populist downtown vibe that swings the spotlight toward it every time graffiti art returns to fashion.

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    • Art in Putinland

    • Studies in World Art, Book 111
    • By: Edward Lucie-Smith
    • Narrated by: Don Wang
    • Length: 9 mins
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    Maybe it’s time for attention to turn back to the Russians. In the 1980s, as some of us still remember, so-called perestroika art was pretty big in the West, with enthusiasm from leading Western curators and critics, and some support from the big international auction rooms. In fact, the pattern was pretty much the same as what happened with contemporary Chinese art just a little later on.

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    • Reykjavik: The Best of Reykjavik for Short Stay Travel

    • By: Gary Jones
    • Narrated by: Don Wang
    • Length: 1 hr and 2 mins
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    Many travelers who have limited time in a city like Reykjavik, make one big mistake.They try to see everything Reykjavik has to offer in three days. The problem with this approach is that they end up burned out and tired. The good news is that if you go to Reykjavik with the right approach you can have an amazing time in 72 hours. The key is not to try and see everything, rather try and see the best of the best Reykjavik has to offer. With all sorts of business districts, restaurants that offer mouth-watering delights, shopping centers, and loads of unique hubs, not a lot of people have the courage to turn down an invitation. Reykjavik will blow your mind! 

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    • Thailand: Cities, Sights & Other Places You Need to Visit, Book 1

    • By: Writing Souls' Travel Guides
    • Narrated by: Don Wang
    • Length: 1 hr and 1 min
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    Thailand is officially called the Kingdom of Thailand and was formerly known as Siam. It is located at the center of the Indochinese peninsula in Southeast Asia. It has a total area of approximately 513,000 km2 (198,000 sq. mi), is the world's 50th largest country, and has around a population of 66 million making it the 20th most- populous country in the world.

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    • A Plastic Exercise

    • By: Lázaro Droznes
    • Narrated by: Don Wang
    • Length: 28 mins
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    This work of fiction recreates the days of the year 1932 in which David Siqueiros, a painter committed with communism and art as an instrument of the Revolution, agrees to paint a mural illustrating nude women in the basement of in the country house known as Los Granados, which belonged to the newspaper mogul Natalio Botana, owner of the Crítica, against all his ideological principles.

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