Sudarshan Ramabadran of the India Foundation's Center for Soft Power on how India's relationship with the ASEAN is enhanced by its ties to Vietnam's Cham civilization.
USC Annenberg Professor Paolo Sigismondi discusses the translation and soft power implications of "cool."
The latest addition to PD Digital is an app offering an ecosystem of digital content for indigenous languages.
The first group of 24 teachers, students, as well as activists from senior high schools, colleges and NGOs in Moscow, Russia have arrived in Jakarta to join the activities of Indonesian Competency Enhancement. [...] Ambassador Wahid believes that cultural diplomacy activities like this can be developed because it will help make ties of the two countries closer.
Indians' relations with Turks have deep roots in history, memory, culture, language and society. Their political relations can be traced back to different phases in past centuries [...] The Topkapı Museum has several items from the country, including a precious gift from a Hindu King in South India. Muslims in India along with the support and cooperation of the Hindus have a history of political and financial support extended to Turkey not less than five times during 1874-1920.
A brand new interview with the Pulitzer Prize-winning author on the language we use to describe migrants.
The first Kichwa-language radio show in the U.S. is pushing a cultural revival in the Bronx.
Every week, native English and Chinese speakers gather at Kaprielian Hall to practice their language skills with each other. This program, known as the Chinese English Language Exchange allows students not just to improve their speech but to also get a feel for the American and Chinese cultures and customs.