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22 January 2020 - 25 Tevet 5780 - כ"ה טבת ה' אלפים תש"פ
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Arts & Culture
Idan Raichel to perform in Hong Kong E-mail

The Idan Raichel Project, a unique group of musicians, has earned international acclaim and has attracted the attention of critics and music lovers worldwide.

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Zeruya Shalev participates in New Delhi Book Fair E-mail

Zeruya Shalev, along with her agent Nili Cohen, visited India to participate in the 18th New Delhi World Book Fair 2008 held the first week of February.

Zeruya Shalev works as a literary editor at Keter Publishing House and has published four novels of her own as well as a book of poetry and a children’s book. Her novels Love Life, Husband and Wife, and Late Family have received critical acclaim both in Israel and abroad and have been bestsellers in several countries.

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Professor Zuckerman lectures on language and culture E-mail

Israeli linguistics professor Ghil’ad Zuckerman delivered a public lecture entitled Language Revival and Cultural Hybridity in the Middle East: The Genesis of the Israeli Language at the University of Hong Kong on 1 February 2008.

This talk examined whether Hebrew has been revived without changing its linguistic nature. Scholarly debates have explored this issue as to the proper genetic classification of ‘Modern Hebrew’.

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