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5-Day Private Tour from Shanghai to Huangshan
299,28 € *
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• Visit Yuyuan Garden, the most celebrated classical garden in Shanghai• Try local snacks at Chenghuangmiao, also known as a "paradise for tourists" to get handicrafts & small commodities• Enjoy a stunning bird's eye view of Shanghai from the Oriental Pearl TV Tower• Visit Shanghai Museum, one of China's first world-class modern museums• Walk along Shanghai People's Square, once part of a British horse racing course• Stroll alongside the Huangpu River on the Bund, taking in Shanghai's iconic skyline• Stroll along Tunxi Old Town to appreciate some of the finest ancient buildings in Anhui province• Visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Hongcun Village, where ancient waterways snake through village residences• Admire Mount Huangshan, one of China's top destination often seen in the brushstrokes of Chinese landscape paintings• No shopping stops & factory visits, no chance of getting ripped off.• No hidden costs, rest assured that there are no nasty surprises.

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Stand: 04.08.2020
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Shanghai 6-Day Private Tour with Mount Huangshan
358,23 € *
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• Visit Yuyuan Garden, the most celebrated classical garden in Shanghai• Try local snacks at Chenghuangmiao, also known as a "paradise for tourists" to get handicrafts & small commodities• Enjoy a stunning bird's eye view of Shanghai from the Oriental Pearl TV Tower• Visit Shanghai Museum, one of China's first world-class modern museums• Walk along Shanghai People's Square, once part of a British horse racing course• Stroll alongside the Huangpu River on the Bund, taking in Shanghai's iconic skyline• Stroll along Tunxi Old Town to appreciate some of the finest ancient buildings in Anhui province• Visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Hongcun Village, where ancient waterways snake through village residences• Admire Mount Huangshan, one of China's top destination often seen in the brushstrokes of Chinese landscape paintings• No shopping stops & factory visits, no chance of getting ripped off.• No hidden costs, rest assured that there are no nasty surprises.

Anbieter: Viator – Ein Trip...
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6-Day Private Tour from Huangshan to Shanghai
335,56 € *
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• Admire Mount Huangshan, one of China's top destinations often seen in the brushstrokes of Chinese landscape paintings• Visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Hongcun Village, where ancient waterways snake through village residences• Stroll along Tunxi Old Town to appreciate some of the finest ancient buildings in Anhui province• Explore Xidi Village, famed as being the 'Ming and Qing Dynasty Local Residence Museum'.• Walk along Shanghai People's Square, once part of a British horse racing course• Visit Shanghai Museum, one of China's first world-class modern museums• Enjoy a stunning bird's eye view of Shanghai from the Oriental Pearl TV Tower• Stroll alongside the Huangpu River on the Bund, taking in Shanghai's iconic skyline• Explore the tree-lined avenues of the French Concession & modern art studios in the trendy area of Tianzifang• No shopping stops & factory visits, no chance of getting ripped off.• No hidden costs, rest assured that there are no nasty surprises.

Anbieter: Viator – Ein Trip...
Stand: 04.08.2020
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KRON-TV
29,00 € *
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KRON-TV, channel 4, is a television station in San Francisco, California. KRON-TV is owned by Young Broadcasting, and is an affiliate of the MyNetworkTV network service. The station's studios are located in the Western Additon section of downtown San Francisco, and its transmitter is located atop Sutro Tower. The station brands itself as KRON 4, keeping the station's previous branding while adding "My" to go with the network's naming conventions, only during MyNetworkTV programming. It is changed again to "KRON 4" during other programming. KRON can also be seen in Ukiah on K41AF channel 41. From its founding in 1949 until December 2001, KRON was affiliated with NBC, and was one of that network's strongest affiliates. The station has the distinction of being the only MyNetworkTV affiliate with a Big Three-style newscast schedule (i.e., in that it carries morning, midday, 4, 5, 6 and 11 p.m. newscasts). It is also the only station in the U.S. to carry a seven-hour morning newscast which airs from 4-11 a.m.

Anbieter: Dodax
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Catullan Mediations and Other Essays
68,95 € *
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Examining the lyrical pathology of love and abuse in a series of disseminative contexts, Catullan Mediations and Other Essays premises itself on the notion that Catullus matters to modernity the way Vergil, Cicero, or Ovid matter to earlier literary-historical periods. "'I' am Catullus" is seen as the Plautine parole of an alterity in ego by which the semiotic field or tesseract thickens over time in patternings both aleatory and chiastic. Mallarméan "throws" lend poetic subjectivity its aliases and alibis, inscribing the dialectic of master and slave, exposing self and other to the festive chicanery of ancient mime and neoteric mask. Putting sadistic gamesmanship into nugatory practice, the Earl of Rochester elevates libertinage to a "fine" art. Through displacing acts of translation and refiguration, Byron, Verlaine, and the Parisian fin-de-siècle, including Catulle Mendès, take divergent measure of poetic liberty, "lesbianism", and "latinerie", raising the stakes of excruciation, parody, and fictionality. Catullus' impact on the graphic arts is felt from Alma-Tadema to Aubrey Beardsley and Cy Twombly, even as pre-Freudian psychopathology defines "classic" sexual deviancy up against new secular standards of normality.A subsequent essay on Henry James explicates the horological aspect in fictional and autobiographical texts from The Europeans to The Golden Bowl and beyond, focusing on the shifting role of women, present, past, and future, at home and abroad, in a narrative time and space infiltrated by floating, highly perspectivized constructs, such as the ivory tower and pagoda. Noting how accouterment and significant vehicles reflect turbulence of affect, Eisenhauer tracks James's ongoing commitment to caricature, arriving at a comparison between the aspectualizations in a Daumier illustration of the 1850s and a Coburn photograph used as a frontispiece in the New York edition (1912).Ranging from Cindy Sherman to film noir, Jean Renoir, and TV crime shows, " Ut Pictura Cinema" argues for a filmic stasis that models itself, theoretically, on still photography and painting. Miami Vice , whose vibe is seized between Wagnerian Gesamtkunstwerk and Bergsonian durée , is seen epitomizing a uniquely American sublime Finally, using H. G. Wells, The Omega Man , and Alphaville as critical touchstones, Eisenhauer asks what can be hoped for in a technocratric world where the alpha fe/male and digital revolution threaten to render art passé in ways only partly anticipated by thinkers such as Heidegger.

Anbieter: Dodax
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The Glass Coffin
16,99 € *
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'70 percent synthetics, 20 percent harpsichord and 10 percent dulcimer - this adds up to cool electronic dulcimered darkpop. Presented by a smart and beautiful gothic lady - what more could I ever ask for?'- Mark Benecke, Germany's resident TV goth pathologist de luxeThis is, in a nutshell, what the first Bianca Stücker album is all about. Or rather, the first solo album the talented musician releases under her own name. She is an artist of many different talents and has also made herself a name as a writer with several published novels and a string of witty magazine columns, while running her own studio for providing artful tattoos and teaching oriental dance and tribal fusion. Since 1999, she has realised her own musical ideas with a number of different projects. Her bands were called The Violet Steam Experience, Ensemble Violetta or The Violet Tribe and often infused their dark pop with medieval or renaissance music elements, owing strongly to the fact that Stücker is a fully-fledged church musician with a PhD in musicology.Apart from her fascination with music from the past, Stücker has also a strong penchant for electronic sounds, an avenue she last explored 2007 with her VaNi project. With The Glass Coffin, synths and beats come to the fore once more. There is still a faint renaissance influence to be felt in some of the harmonies, and acoustic elements such as hammered dulcimer and harpsichord shape the overall atmosphere with their distinctive sound. But the first bars of the opening track, 'The Other Me', already show where we are heading this time: throbbing, surging rhythms intertwine with synthetic melodies, thus forming an ideal base for Stücker's enchanting voice, changing from cool and powerful to dreamy and meditative, bringing every line to life in the most hypnotic way.A huge influence on The Glass Coffin was Stücker's fascination with alchemy and tarot, which also shows in the beautiful artwork of the album. Every song has its own tarot motto card, underlining or enhancing the theme of the song with its individual symbolism. For instance, the heavy instrumental track 'Automat' corresponds to 'The Tower', symbolising a destructive element but also the strength to break from chains, while the wistful title track is combined with 'The Moon'.Bianca Stücker played all the instruments herself and also did her own arrangements and recording. To her delight, she became acquainted with renowned producer Winus Rilinger (The Eternal Afflict) while still working on the new album, and he happily agreed to take over the production and mixing, also adding some synth sounds.Stücker herself describes her songs as 'a cosmos of kitsch and sweet horrification'. And indeed, behind the enchantingly beautiful melodies and shimmering surfaces often looms an abyss. The morbid tango of 'La Pascualita' for instance was inspired by the rather gruesome story that is told of a mannequin in a bridal shop in Mexico: the owner's daughter died 75 years go on her wedding day from a spider's bite. A few days later, a new mannequin appeared in the shop, bearing a striking resemblance with the deceased. It still can be seen in the shop today - and only the descendants of the owners are allowed to change its clothes ... Kirsten Borchardt'70% Synthetik, 20% Cembalo und 10% Hackbrett, das ergibt lässigen Elektro-Hackbrett-Finsterpop. Dargeboten wird es von einer klugen und schönen Grufti-Frau ... was will ich mehr?' - Mark BeneckeDamit hat der coolste Doktor aller Zeiten schon perfekt zusammengefasst, was es mit dem ersten Album von Bianca Stücker auf sich hat. Oder vielmehr, dem ersten Soloalbum, das die talentierte Renaissance-Frau unter eigenem Namen veröffentlicht. Denn, nebenbei bemerkt, Stücker macht nicht nur Musik, sondern schreibt schräge Romane und pointierte Kolumnen, tätowiert und lehrt in ihrem eigenen Tanzstudio Orientalischen Tanz und Tribal Fusion. The Glass Coffin folgt auf eine ganze Reihe von Projekten, in denen sie schon seit 1999 ihre musikalischen Visionen realisiert hat. Ihre Bands tragen Namen wie The Violet Steam Experience, Ensemble Violetta oder The Violet Tribe und speisen ihren dunklen Pop gern mehr oder weniger stark aus mittelalterlichen Klängen oder Renaissance-Musik - Stile, zu denen die

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The Glass Coffin
36,90 CHF *
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'70 percent synthetics, 20 percent harpsichord and 10 percent dulcimer - this adds up to cool electronic dulcimered darkpop. Presented by a smart and beautiful gothic lady - what more could I ever ask for?'- Mark Benecke, Germany's resident TV goth pathologist de luxeThis is, in a nutshell, what the first Bianca Stücker album is all about. Or rather, the first solo album the talented musician releases under her own name. She is an artist of many different talents and has also made herself a name as a writer with several published novels and a string of witty magazine columns, while running her own studio for providing artful tattoos and teaching oriental dance and tribal fusion. Since 1999, she has realised her own musical ideas with a number of different projects. Her bands were called The Violet Steam Experience, Ensemble Violetta or The Violet Tribe and often infused their dark pop with medieval or renaissance music elements, owing strongly to the fact that Stücker is a fully-fledged church musician with a PhD in musicology.Apart from her fascination with music from the past, Stücker has also a strong penchant for electronic sounds, an avenue she last explored 2007 with her VaNi project. With The Glass Coffin, synths and beats come to the fore once more. There is still a faint renaissance influence to be felt in some of the harmonies, and acoustic elements such as hammered dulcimer and harpsichord shape the overall atmosphere with their distinctive sound. But the first bars of the opening track, 'The Other Me', already show where we are heading this time: throbbing, surging rhythms intertwine with synthetic melodies, thus forming an ideal base for Stücker's enchanting voice, changing from cool and powerful to dreamy and meditative, bringing every line to life in the most hypnotic way.A huge influence on The Glass Coffin was Stücker's fascination with alchemy and tarot, which also shows in the beautiful artwork of the album. Every song has its own tarot motto card, underlining or enhancing the theme of the song with its individual symbolism. For instance, the heavy instrumental track 'Automat' corresponds to 'The Tower', symbolising a destructive element but also the strength to break from chains, while the wistful title track is combined with 'The Moon'.Bianca Stücker played all the instruments herself and also did her own arrangements and recording. To her delight, she became acquainted with renowned producer Winus Rilinger (The Eternal Afflict) while still working on the new album, and he happily agreed to take over the production and mixing, also adding some synth sounds.Stücker herself describes her songs as 'a cosmos of kitsch and sweet horrification'. And indeed, behind the enchantingly beautiful melodies and shimmering surfaces often looms an abyss. The morbid tango of 'La Pascualita' for instance was inspired by the rather gruesome story that is told of a mannequin in a bridal shop in Mexico: the owner's daughter died 75 years go on her wedding day from a spider's bite. A few days later, a new mannequin appeared in the shop, bearing a striking resemblance with the deceased. It still can be seen in the shop today - and only the descendants of the owners are allowed to change its clothes ... Kirsten Borchardt'70% Synthetik, 20% Cembalo und 10% Hackbrett, das ergibt lässigen Elektro-Hackbrett-Finsterpop. Dargeboten wird es von einer klugen und schönen Grufti-Frau ... was will ich mehr?' - Mark BeneckeDamit hat der coolste Doktor aller Zeiten schon perfekt zusammengefasst, was es mit dem ersten Album von Bianca Stücker auf sich hat. Oder vielmehr, dem ersten Soloalbum, das die talentierte Renaissance-Frau unter eigenem Namen veröffentlicht. Denn, nebenbei bemerkt, Stücker macht nicht nur Musik, sondern schreibt schräge Romane und pointierte Kolumnen, tätowiert und lehrt in ihrem eigenen Tanzstudio Orientalischen Tanz und Tribal Fusion. The Glass Coffin folgt auf eine ganze Reihe von Projekten, in denen sie schon seit 1999 ihre musikalischen Visionen realisiert hat. Ihre Bands tragen Namen wie The Violet Steam Experience, Ensemble Violetta oder The Violet Tribe und speisen ihren dunklen Pop gern mehr oder weniger stark aus mittelalterlichen Klängen oder Renaissance-Musik - Stile, zu denen die

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 04.08.2020
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