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On his journey to resume his musical career, GOMA has gone through so many difficulties. In the second part of the interview, Shingo Usami asks GOMA about what it...
After a near-fatal car accident in 2009, Japanese didgeridoo master GOMA suffered severe memory loss due to traumatic cerebral damage. His journey and...
Director Shun Hamanaka (Hamanka Company, SEINENDAN) talks about his theatre work: Kagerou - Study of Translating Performance, which is currently performed as part...

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What makes someone truly Australian? A latest international research reveals the different reactions toward the national identity in 14 countries. Can someone...
Kosira Tatekawa, a multi-talented Japanese "rakugo" performer in Japan, will hold his first stage performance in Brisbane, Sydney, and Melbourne this month....
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