Yves Lalune|KnowLedge World Network|Activities|KNOWLEDGE CAPITAL

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Japanese culture was all the rage in France in the 1990’s, and he also became absorbed in Japanese anime, music, and video games. He spent a year in Kyoto as an international student in 2011 and five months in Osaka as an intern in 2015, coming to love Japan even more.

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  • Yves Lalune
  • 2015.12.24
  • Celebrating Christmas and New Year’s Eve in France and Dijon
  • With the upcoming events and celebrations for the end of the year, I would like to present how Dijon is celebrating them.France is historically a catholic country, so Christmas is a much more meaningful event for believers here. During this period of the year, religious authorities usually organize two mass: one on the 24th of December and one the day following. Additionally, they decorate churches (such as Notre-Dame de Dijon) with a traditional small size scale reproduction of the Nativity scene.
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  • 2015.12.04
  • Dijon Saiten: Nurturing the fascination for Japan:
  • This year was held the eleventh edition of the Dijon Saiten festival. This two-day event, organized by the ADMA (Association for the Discovery of Manga and Animation) is a small-scale version of the famous Japan Expo organized in Paris during summer time.
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  • Yves Lalune
  • 2015.10.16
  • A Tradition of Utmost Importance, “Vendanges” and French Wine
  • This time, I would like to talk about a very symbolic period for winemakers in France: The harvest of wine grapes, also called “Vendange” in French. This practice has been a tradition since Antiquity, and is occurring nowadays from the end of July until the end of September. It is the most important period of the year for wine makers.
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