France Celebrates Its Heritage and Culture
Over the weekend in Paris, thousands of museums, monuments, and historic buildings opened to the public for free to celebrate the Heritage Days—a celebration of French culture and art. NTD explored two churches in Paris that both have a story to tell.
The Benefits of Raw Milk | Eat Better
For centuries, traditional cultures have eaten raw and cultured raw milk products from their livestock. What did they know that we have yet to discover? And whoever would have thought that there is such a thing as raw-milk therapy? Board Gina’s train of thought to find out. * Click the “Save” button below the video […]
Traditional Food, Dance at Indonesian Bazaar
All things Indonesian, including food, dance, fashion, literature, groceries, and more were all on display at the Indonesian Bazaar in San Francisco. Friends of Indonesia hosted the event to introduce more people in the Bay Area to the culture.
Disney Has Lost $34 Billion in Value Since Embarking on Culture War With Florida
Disney’s market cap has shrunk by nearly $34 billion since the company expressed its full-throated opposition to a Florida law banning instruction of gender identity and sexual orientation in public schools for kindergarten through third grade. Florida lawmakers in March passed HB 1557, dubbed by opponents as the “Don’t Say Gay” bill, which was signed […]
What Is a Woman? ÉGARD Has an Answer (#SPEAKTRUTH)
“What is a woman?” This may be the cornerstone question of our time and culture, as the definition has been challenged with the prevalence of transgenderism and revisionist psychiatry. I spoke with Egard CEO Ilan Srulovicz, who has created videos that push back on progressive culture’s redefinition of men and women to capture humanism if […]
Putin Says West Is Trying to Cancel Russia
Russian President Vladimir Putin says the West is trying to cancel Russian culture. He’s referring to events featuring Russian artists that were recently canceled in Western countries. On this week’s episode of NTD’s The Nation Speaks, Gary Saul Morson—a professor of arts and humanities, and Slavic Languages and Literature—spoke on cancel culture.
Baroness: Shen Yun ‘Brings Culture to Life in a Very Powerful Way’
For two weeks, Shen Yun Performing Arts returned to packed theaters in the heart of London. Its showcase of China’s 5,000-year civilization has won praise from some members of Britain’s House of Lords. “It’s a magnificent show with the most incredible dancing and acrobatics. And it really brings the culture to life in a very […]
Dancer: Bringing Positive Energy to Audience
Growing up in the golden state of California, Angela Lin started to learn classical Chinese dance at the age of 8 and has since embarked on a journey to discover her cultural roots. “I wanted to be closer to my own culture, so I chose classical Chinese dance instead of ballet. I think I really […]
New Generation of Dancers Recover Chinese Culture
Every time Shen Yun Performing Arts dancer Marilyn Yang takes to the stage, she feels a sense of responsibility. On Sept. 4 in New York where she performed solo for the NTD International Classical Chinese Dance semifinals, it was the same. “As an artist you have a responsibility for what you’re expressing,” she said. “There’s […]