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Marie-Élaine Thibert - Qui a eu tort

Count Marie-Élaine Thibert among the myriad young singers launched to fame via the reality TV phenomenon of the early 21st century. Born in Montreal on April 18, 1982, Thibert studied vocal music a...

, 17/06/2014 15:16

Philippines Independence Day

One of the most significant dates in the Philippines' history is the Independence Day as it marks the nation’s independence from the Spanish rule in 1898. Independence Day is a day when people i...

, 11/06/2014 17:05

Diversity within Paris Combo

Paris Combo was officially formed in 1995 when the trio of Belle Du Berry (Lead vocalist singer), François-François (Singer, percussionist/ drummer) and Potzi (Mediterranean guitarist) who'd all be...

, 09/06/2014 15:01

Le lundi de Pentecôte

Pentecost Monday (Lundi de Pentecôte) is the day after Pentecost Sunday. It is a public holiday in France and also in many European countries. Many Christians believe that the Holy Spirits desc...

, 06/06/2014 17:12

Ascension Day in France

Ascension Day marks the day that Jesus ascended to heaven following his crucifixion and resurrection, according to Christian belief. It is celebrated in many countries including Canada, Germany, Ne...

, 28/05/2014 11:53

Buddha’s Birthday

Buddha’s Birthday is also traditionally known as Vesak or Visakah Puja. The annual holiday of Vesak is observed by Buddhist maily in South Asia and Southeast Asia such as Nepal, Singapore, Vietn...

, 02/05/2014 17:05

Japanese Golden Week

Many Japanese workers get about a week off around the end of April and beginning of May. This is because there is a cluster of national holidays during this time. The Japanese “Golden Week” is ofte...

, 26/04/2015 06:00

Qing Ming Festival

Ching Ming, or “QingMing”, is a festival known as the Remembrance of Ancestors Day or the Grave Sweeping Day. This date is indicated on the Chinese Lunar calendar by the two characters: “Qing...

, 02/04/2014 13:02

Meeting Brigitte

We chose this name “Brigitte” because for us it's a very meaningful name with lots of feminine backstory behind it. You can imagine Brigitte, an old woman, or a mother, or even something really...

, 18/03/2014 11:10

White Day

March 14th is a day that is marked in several regions in Asia such as Japan, South Korea, Taiwan and also parts of China. The significance of this day (March 14th) is that it is just a month after...

, 14/03/2014 10:17
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