Peace, Love, and K-Pop
Title Peace, Love, and K-Pop PDF eBook
Author Precious Mckenzie
Publisher Carson-Dellosa Publishing
Pages 73
Release 2018-11-30
Genre Juvenile Fiction
ISBN 1643697072

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Peace, Love, and K-Pop features 96 pages that are filled with a fun storyline, vocabulary, discussion questions, and more, to engage transitioning readers and strengthen their comprehension skills. Each World Adventure Chapter Book dives into a specific country, and readers tag along for the adventure as they encounter memorable monuments, places, culture, and history. As the story's characters venture throughout each country, they address topics such as family, friendship, and growing up, in a way that the reader can relate to. Great for independent or group reading, each book in the World Adventure Chapter Book series features 96 pages filled with complex sentences and chapters. With minimal illustrations, readers must rely on the descriptive text to understand the setting, the characters, and the plot of each book. Each book contains several detailed episodes, all centered on a single plot that will challenge the reader.



Peace Love & K-Pop
Title Peace Love & K-Pop PDF eBook
Author Toya Williams
Publisher
Pages 102
Release 2019-06-17
Genre
ISBN 9781074423735

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100 Pageshigh quality pagescollege ruledfun glossy cover



Women Rewriting Boundaries
Title Women Rewriting Boundaries PDF eBook
Author Precious McKenzie Stearns
Publisher Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Pages 199
Release 2016-12-14
Genre Social Science
ISBN 1443858501

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Women Rewriting Boundaries expands the work of gender and literary scholars by offering fresh insights on how to read travel writing by women. It analyzes the connections between class, gender, physicality, and sexuality as found in nineteenth-century literature. The authors discuss the myriad ways in which women writers reinforced and challenged Victorian social norms. Inspired by a special topics panel, “Women Writing Boundaries,” presented at the 2013 Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association’s annual convention, this edited collection will be a thought-provoking resource for college- level humanities and gender studies students and their instructors.



K-POP
Title K-POP PDF eBook
Author Korean Culture and Information Service South Korea
Publisher 길잡이미디어
Pages 96
Release 2013-03-22
Genre Popular music
ISBN 8973751662

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In October 2009, the Korean girl group 2NE1’s album To Anyone ranked second after Eminem’s Recovery on the Top Hip Hop Albums chart on iTunes, the largest online music vendor in the United States. At a concert hall in Los Angeles, five hundred Girls’ Generation fans wearing T-shirts that read “Soshified”?“Soshi” is a shortened form of “Sonyeo Shidae,” the Korean name of the girl group?sang the group’s song “Gee” while performing a synchronized dance to the music. The YouTube video of the popular Girls’ Generation song “Gee” had more than 56 million hits as of October 2011. In June 2011, young fans came from all over Europe?the UK, Germany, Spain, Italy, Sweden, and elsewhere?to see Korean idol groups including TVXQ!, Super Junior, SHINee, Girls’ Generation, and f(x) at Le Zenith de Paris in France, a venue where many famous European pop acts have held concerts. In Bangkok, Thai youngsters dreaming of becoming “the next Nichkhun” (a member of boy band 2PM) hold singing and dancing competitions to Korean music every weekend. What do all of these happenings around the world have in common? The answer is “K-Pop.” K-Pop Meets the World K-Pop Makes a Splash in Europe US Starts to Notice K-Pop K-Pop Stars Break Records in Japan K-Pop Triggers New Hallyu in Southeast Asia Why K-Pop? Hybrid Entertainment The Versatility of Korean Stars Globalized Star-Making System Social Media Enables Rapid Spread History of K-Pop Birth of Korean Pop Music Korean War and US Infl uence The First Renaissance Folk Music Represents Youth Culture Superstar Cho Yong-pil and the Ballad Era Seo Taiji & Boys Open New Chapter K-Pop Goes Global The Most Popular K-Pop Artists Idol Pop R&B and Ballads Hip Hop Rock and Indie Epilogue Where Is K-Pop Headed? keyword : K-POP,korean pop music,2NE1,Girls’ Generation,SNSD,Super Junior,SHINee



CMJ New Music Report
Title CMJ New Music Report PDF eBook
Author
Publisher
Pages 56
Release 1997-09-08
Genre
ISBN

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CMJ New Music Report is the primary source for exclusive charts of non-commercial and college radio airplay and independent and trend-forward retail sales. CMJ's trade publication, compiles playlists for college and non-commercial stations; often a prelude to larger success.



K-Pop
Title K-Pop PDF eBook
Author Stuart A. Kallen
Publisher Twenty-First Century Books
Pages 64
Release 2014-02-01
Genre Juvenile Nonfiction
ISBN 1467725498

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Featuring quirky horse-riding dance moves and an infectious electronic beat, an unlikely music video and its leading man made history in 2012. In December of that year, "Gangnam Style" reached one billion hits on YouTube--the most views ever. Seemingly overnight, the South Korean pop star behind the hit--Psy (Park Jae-sang)--became a household name.But Psy is just part of the story. Other South Korean pop sensations such as Girls' Generation, 2NE1, and BigBang are part of a global sensation called Hallyu, or the Korean Wave. South Korean bands are performing to sold out arenas all over the world, and fans can't get enough of South Korean music, films, television, food, and manhwa (cartoons).K-Pop: Korea's Musical Explosion traces the journey of South Korean pop music, from the early influences of American rock 'n' roll in the 1950s to the success of a tiger-eyed sensation called Rain, who wowed American audiences in the early 2000s. Discover how this Korean Justin Timberlake, and those who came after him, rose through South Korea's star-making system through grueling hard work to seduce international audiences with their tight choreographies, irresistible beats, outrageous outfits, and exciting stage shows. You'll become part of the K-Pop fandom world too!



Loving the Silent Tears
Title Loving the Silent Tears PDF eBook
Author The Supreme Master Ching Hai
Publisher The Supreme Master Ching Hai Publishing Co Ltd.
Pages 139
Release 2015-01-01
Genre Music
ISBN 0996301607

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Loving the Silent Tears is more than a musical. It is a celebration. This remarkable show rejoices in the diversity of our world: Sixteen vibrant global cultures are presented through soaring music, astounding sets and costumes, and an impressive cast of singers and dancers. Moving deeper, the musical’s book and lyrics weave the entrancing story of a magical journey and the crisscrossing paths of an older, disenchanted woman and a lost young man propelled on the way to self-discovery. It is a search for a meaningful existence and ultimately, an exaltation of finding peace within ourselves. Musical theatre has always conveyed tales of love, ambition, and adversity through song and dance. With a topic that’s more unique than most, this musical is particularly deep yet highly entertaining. The theme revolves around the innate human longing to contact a higher power, or in the poet’s words, “Loving the silent tears for You more than the diamonds of the world.” Good theatre invites us to think, to question, and to aspire. Loving the Silent Tears does just that, providing aesthetic gratification while planting the seeds for further reflection.