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  • ...f World Christianity, founded May 1, 1954, Seoul, Korea; with missions and centers in 185 countries) in 1954, the Family Federation for World Peace and Unifi ===Study and worship in Seoul===
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  • ...onally in the mid-1980s (this conclusion is based on date retrieved from a search for publications located by using the keyword 'information superhighway' on Born in [[Seoul]], Paik had four older brothers and a father who worked as a textile manufa
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  • ...a]] and the country's economic, financial, educational, and transportation center. It is located on the [[Moskva River]] in the [[Central Federal District]], ...d of the [[Russian Orthodox Church]]. Moscow also remains a major economic center and is home to a large number of [[billionaire]]s. It is home to many scien
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  • outlets for their [[creativity]] such as [[architecture]], [[art]], the search for [[knowledge]] through [[science]] or [[philosophy]], as well as the dev ...he necessity of cities. However, cities continue to be valuable, acting as centers of knowledge, [[services]], and cultural activities, suggesting that they
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  • ...on Buddhism|Seon]] ([[Zen]]) School of Buddhism, Jogye Buddhism stresses a search for inner peace through meditation. Buddhism in [[Korea]] went through a pe [[Image:Bongeunsa 1.jpg|300px|thumb|left|Bongeunsa Temple, Seoul]]
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  • the same time developed their own views which sometime have been less researched in China or in [[Japan]]. ...ques related to the [[Chinese Classics|Classics]], the scientific research centers or the Confucian inspired poems and paintings. It is valuable also to cons
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  • <!-- Parts translated from -->] </ref> In 1957, Seoul appealed for Tokyo's assistance to secure the departure of ethnic Koreans f
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  • training centers. King Yejong was also noted for his sponsorship of the arts. [[Confucianism|Confucian]] ceremonial music ''(Aak)'' had its origin in [[ ...ded occasion of a Korean dynasty providing formal training in the military arts. Due to tensions between the aristocracy and the military, it was removed f
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  • ...mbers of North Koreans illegally entered the People's Republic of China in search of food. Faced with a country in decay, Kim Jong-il adopted a [[Songun|"Mil ..., Gilbert Rozman, Samuel S. Kim, and Stephen Kotkin (eds.), ''Korea at the Center: Dynamics of Regionalism in Northeast Asia'' (Armonk, New York: M. E. Sharp
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  • ...áwū'') is traditionally quite similar to the American "[[cafe]]," albeit centered around tea rather than [[coffee]]. People gather at tea houses to chat, s ...paration of tea. There will usually be a charcoal pit (炉, ''ro'') in the center of the room for boiling water for tea.
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  • |parts_type = Divisions<ref name="hist">{{cite web|title=Township divisio |parts = <br />[[List of administrative divisions of Beijing|16 dist
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  • [[Image:Bongeunsa_1.jpg|300px|thumb|Bongeunsa Temple, Seoul]] ...kyu Islands]], in [[Okinawa Prefecture]], Japan. [[Jeju Island]] is also a center of shamanism. Shamans, most of whom are women, are enlisted by those who wa
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  • ...ou is now called Huaiyang (淮陽), but it is no longer the administrative center of the prefecture, having been replaced by Zhoukou. The village of Zhangyin ...Chemulpo Treaty]] of 1882 gave the Japanese the right to station troops in Seoul to protect their legation. China's protection alone could not shield Korea
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  • <!-- seat, smaller parts -------> ...g the [[Meiji period]] Hiroshima became an important [[port]] and military center.
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  • ... called Nakseongdae (site of the falling star, 낙성대,落星垈 ), near Seoul's [[Nakseongdae Station]] on the Line two subway. ...rn [[Confucianism|Confucian]] [[philosophy]], military tactics and martial arts from his father. After his father's death in 964, he left his household and
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  • ..., [[entertainment]], [[Mass media|media]], business, [[fashion]] and the [[arts]] all contribute to its status as one of the major [[Global city|global cit ...t permanently to [[Versailles]] in 1682. A century later, Paris became the center of the [[French Revolution]], with the [[Storming of the Bastille]] in 1789
    76 KB (11,335 words) - 16:45, 15 January 2019
  • ...ers.<ref> Encyclopedia of Korean National Culture [ 46 고추 Encyclopedia of Korean national cultur ...ed in [[soy sauce]] and other [[spice]]s. The [[Kimchi Field Museum]] in [[Seoul]] has documented 187 historic and current varieties of kimchi. Although the
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  • ...ot for serving food and water to thousands of monks. Beopjusa thrived as a center for the [[Jogye Order]] until the [[Joseon Dynasty]]. By the middle of the ...afflicted with a skin condition and went to the [[Songrisan]] Mountains to search for healing of his body and spirit. On the way to Beopjusa, he encountered
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  • |alt_flag = Centered red circle on a white rectangle. ...G1/estat/|title=最新結果一覧 政府統計の総合窓口 GL08020101|publish
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  • ...ducational, cultural, commercial, administrative, financial, and political center of Colombia. As with many large, cosmopolitan cities, it is a city of diver ...ter of the [[Viceroyalty of New Granada]]. The city soon became one of the centers of Spanish colonial power and civilization in South America.
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