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Abstract TitledAuthor NameCountry
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A Review of Drama and Dramatic Performance of SandwipSharmin MustariBangladesh
REVISITING PLAKS’S STUDY OF DREAM OF THE RED CHAMBER AN “YIN-YANG ALTERNATION AND RECURRENCE” AS NARRATIVE LOGICXiao XiaosuiHong Kong
OUR MOVIE IS OUR FACE”: A CASE STUDY OF MALAY CULTURE IN MALAYSIA FILM POSTERSHajijah Binti LamiriMalaysia
WALL PAINTING – REJUVENATION IN CHENNAI CITY Ezhil MuruganIndia
WOMEN RIGHTS VIOLATION DURING MUSARRAF REGIME: A CASE STUDY OF     WOMEN PROTECTION BILLFarah Naz BhattiPakistan
A NATIVE INSPIRATION FOR LOVE OF HIMALAYAS: A STUDY ON EVOLUTION OF REGIONAL PHOTOGRAPHIC PRACTICES DURING 1890-1940 IN HILL KINGDOMS OF PUNJAB PROVINCEDr. Deepak John MathewIndia
A NATIVE INSPIRATION FOR LOVE OF HIMALAYAS: A STUDY ON EVOLUTION OF REGIONAL PHOTOGRAPHIC PRACTICES DURING 1890-1940 IN HILL KINGDOMS OF PUNJAB PROVINCEAnkana SenIndia
KURDISH MEDEA: GENDER, HUMANITIES, AND THE ARTSLynn RoseIraq
ETHNIC MINORITY MEMBERS OF SOUTH-ASIAN ORIGIN IN HONG KONG   AND MACAU: A QUALITATIVE STUDYLing ChenHong Kong
BY ORDER OF THE KING: THE SLIDE GUITAR AND BURMESE MUSICAndre J. P. EliasHong Kong
Unravelling the ‘Wonder’ in I’tesamuddin’s The Wonders of VilayetDr. Amrita SatapathyIndia
TEACHING BY RECYCLING; TRANSFERRING THE INDIVIDUALLY-OBTAINED KNOWLEDGE BY A SINGLE STUDENT TO ALL OTHER STUDENTSSama’a Al HashimiBahrain
ACTIVE KNITTED SCULPTURES IN LOCAL HAND KNITTING CRAFT PRACTICES: PRACTICE BASED INVESTIGATION OF SCULPTING POSSIBILITIES IN LOCAL HAND KNITTING CRAFT PRACTICESD.P.U.M.WickramasingheSri Lanka
MARIYNG METALS: COMBINING ALLOYS  TO MANIPULATE SURFACES FOR THE JEWELLERY INDUSTRYRuwani Thanuja RathnayakaSri Lanka
THE USE OF MANGROVE AS A SOURCE OF FIRE WOOD: A SOCIO-ECONOMIC     STUDY ON SELECTED MANGROVES IN SOUTHERN SRI LANKADayalatha W. K. VSri Lanka
Buddhist Attitude Towards Moral ReasoningS.D. LiyanageSri Lanka
DEVELOPING “ON SITE FILM EDITING” AS AN ITERATIVE TOOL FOR PLACE-BASED LEARNINGDilina Janadith nawarathneSri Lanka
TEA CULTURE IN TURKEY AND USE OF CULTURAL /CROSS CULTURAL CODES IN    ‘TEA’ ADSOzlen OzgenTurkey
Mirror, Mirror?: Examining the transitionary nature of popular fairy tales as a reflector of the changing worldAzania Imtiaz PatelIndia
THE USE OF NEW TECHNOLOGY IN EDUCATION FOR SUSTAINING  CULTURAL IDENTITY IN THE MIDDLE EASTTarek El KhouryLebanon
BURK TO NORFOLK: ANALYSIS OF BRITISH COLONIAL GAZE IN PHOTOGRAPHYDr. Suriyya ChoudharyPakistan
UGLINESS ON MUSIC How performers’ activity affects the fame of repertoires; the prime example of violaGIACOMO VISINTINThailand
ADAPTING PLACE BASED LEARNING FOR UX EDUCATION IN ADAPTING PLACE BASED LEARNING FOR UX EDUCATION INUNDERGRADUATE LEVEL ; A TRANSDISCIPLINARY APPROACHFOR INTEGRATED STUDIO PEDAGOGY.Buddhika RodrigoSri Lanka
Strips Creating ShapesAyesha WickramasingheSri Lanka
BODY WRAPPING PROCESS AND SRI LANKAN DRESS CULTUREE. R Shashiprabha Jayamini ThilakarathneSri Lanka
A Study on the role of comrades in CilapathiharamSudarshini.NSri Lanka
Phad of the Phad : Reading and Writing of the Ritual CraftSaurav sharmaIndia
The Progressive Representation of Female Protagonists in ‘Telugu’ CinemaDr. Mrudula LakkarajuIndia
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Reframing Functions of Thai Temples for Sustainable CommunitiesTawipas PichaichanarongThailand
Installation Art: a new trend of expression on cultural, social and political issues in Southeast Asian region.Salika ParvezIndia
A STUDY ON URBAN AESTHETICS OF NICOSIA, THE LAST DIVIDED CAPITALGökçe Keçeci, Savaş GüngörNorth Cyprus.
RUMMAGING ART IN PLASTIC BAGAr. Iram SaleemPakistan
THEATRICAL STRATEGIES TO REDUCE XENOPHOBIA AND ETHNIC DISCRIMINATION IN ECUADORIAN YOUNG PEOPLEALVARO JIMENEZ SANCHEZAmbato
De-mythifying the Ramayana: A study of the ‘devoiced’ SurpanakhaAditi DirghangiIndia
Visual Analysis Of Urban Portals In The Capital Cities  Of Developed CountriesSamira Shiri DevichIran
A cross-cultural study of global brands advertising strategies in IranMehrnoush ZeidabadiAfghanistan
Examining ESL students’ motivation, readiness and stress in learning English through blended learningAyomi WeerakoonSri Lanka

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