Tribal Art London 2018

Tribal Art London 2018

The world has changed an unthinkable amount in the 250 years since Captain Cook embarked the first of his famous voyages to the Pacific. Cook’s world contained thousands of beautiful idiosyncratic arts and traditions, many of which have sadly been lost in the intervening years. The 21st century has seen...

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Fukushima Memorial Event Held in Kensington and Chelsea

Fukushima Memorial Event Held in Kensington and Chelsea

On July 25th Benihana on King’s Road hosted an event celebrating the one year anniversary of the official friendship between Chelsea and Kensington and Motomiya City. The purpose of the event was to mark the past and recognise the help the borough offered the area after the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake....

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Overcoming Stress & Frustration with Buddhist monk, Gen Kelsang Gomchen

Overcoming Stress & Frustration with Buddhist monk, Gen Kelsang Gomchen

Kadampa Meditation Centre London (Kensington) September 5 – October 7 Stress, frustration and anger are common experiences in modern life. These painful states of mind can easily arise when we encounter challenging situations and difficult people. If anger is not recognized early on it becomes a poison that destroys our...

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Dining Out: Koshary Kitchen

Dining Out: Koshary Kitchen

https://www.kosharykitchen.com/ When Ramy Amir started writing his dissertation on the rise of street food in the UK, few could have imagined that he too would one day be contributing to this rise. Besotted with the capital’s diverse and multi-cultural cuisine, the savvy food entrepreneur sought to bring about popular dishes...

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