Principal Korean port city Busan is set to further expand its arts and entertainment facilities over the next three years in response to growing demand for the coastal metropolis as a domestic and international cultural events destination. Scheduled for arrival across the city by 2022, the Busan International Art Center, Busan Opera House, and Busan Lotte Town Complex are all expected to boost the city’s diverse cultural venue
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The German Marshall Fund of the United States will organise a workshop on "The Cost of a Normless Europe" in Brussels on 16th-17th September 2019.
The aim of the workshop is to bring together ongoing empirical and theoretical research to explore the processes whereby a normless Europe is of consequence and its implications for the EU as an international actor – be it ‘normative’ or ‘strategic’.
The 11th International Convention of Asian Scholars (ICAS), will be
organized in Leiden (Netherlands) on 16-19 July 2019.
Over 2500 participants from 75 countries will attend this four-day conference and enjoy the panel sessions, the cultural program and the foodtruck festival.
The 2019 ASEAN- ROK Commemorative Summit is set to take place from November 25-26 in Busan.
Less than three weeks left until the IMEX 2019 starts in Frankfurt.
Hamburg is well known for
its world class events, conferences and meetings in the maritime,
design, music, aviation, tech and finance industries but when you pull
into this port city you also experience a perfect storm of further influences that will wow!
18th International Congress on Pediatric Pulmonology (CIPP XVIII)
will be held in Tokyo-Chiba, Japan, June 27-30, 2019.