51st New York Film Festival


The 51st New York Film Festival runs from Sept. 27-Oct. 13, including an international selection  of new features, along with retrospectives, revivals, shorts, gala tributes and more. The festival opens with the world premiere of the reality-based drama “Captain Phillips,” starring Tom Hanks and directed by Paul Greengrass. Following are other select films on the main slate of the festival.


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Korean Food Festival

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‘Muk Ja Gol Mok Asian Festival’ scored a great success with about five thousand visitors. This festival gathered attention as open for the first time on 149th Street and 41st Avenue in Flushing, Queens. The celebration featured dancing, music and even a Korean wrestling competition. At one side, people made a giant version of bibimbap, the Korean rice-and-vegetable dish, to serve about 600 people.


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Glow Art Festival Illuminates a Beach

Janet Echelman took an entire week to prepare her project for this year’s Glow in Santa Monica, Calif. Fifteen international artists were created these one-night-only installations on the Santa Monica Pier and the surrounding sand. In this year’s Glow, artists focused more on individual arts than on the mainstream art world of museums and galleries. In the festival, artists asked people to download a smartphone app, and then wave the phones toward the south of the pier, and the color of the screen will change. Also they asked crowd members to dance inside a translucent dome, and their shadows visible to an audience outside.  Marc Pally, Glow’s artistic director said, “We think less art can be more powerful.”danceGLOW PHONE NET


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The London Design Festival

This year’s London Design Festival opens from September 14 to Sept. 22, this is an annual event hold to show that London is the design capital around the world. There are many destinations we should not miss during the festival.

1.The Victoria and Albert Museum


Omer Arbel’s eight-story-high “28.280” chandelier

The Wind Portal

“The Wind Portal” by Najla El Zein, a wall of 5,000 paper windmills.

“God Is in the Details”

2.The Endless Stair

Escher-inspired structure

Escher-inspired structure about 25 feet high

3.Southbank Center

The world’s largest lava lamp

The world’s largest lava lamp which is celebrating the British company Mathmos’s 50th birthday

4.The Serpentine Pavilion

Serpentine Gallery Pavilion

Serpentine Gallery Pavilion, a playful white jungle gym of a structure


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The Fall for Dance festival



The Dance Festival is a big and meaningful activities which connects music with actors’ actions, and it was shown in Manhattan this October. During this musical festival people fall in dance!


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In 2013, September 24th, the UCLA hold the amazing party to celebrate Moon Festivals. Although it is a Chinese traditional festival. We can also see various people from different places came which let us know the diversity of our school. The party are amazingly successful.

Were you there?


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