A Critically Acclaimed Mobile MMOSLG Based on Civilization V Features strategic gameplay inherited from victory conditions (Domination, Science, Culture) from the Sid Meier’s Civilization franchise SEOUL – September 27, 2022 – NEXON Korea Corp (CEO: Jung-Hun Lee) announced the new mobile MMOSLG, Civilization: reign of powerdeveloped by NDREAM corp (CEO:Read More →

WORLD BIODIVERSITY DAY Sustainability is now the new development paradigm. Unlike in the past, where development only aimed to improve the quality of life of the current generation alone, sustainable development aims to improve the quality of the current generation without compromising with future generations. Sustainable development refers to theRead More →

Zhengzhou City Ruins Site, Henan Province Photo: IC A gold “burial mask” dating back more than 3,000 years has been discovered in the tomb of a former nobleman in Zhengzhou, capital of central China’s Henan Province, officials said. Chinese National Cultural Heritage Administration at a recent press conference. Different fromRead More →

umer (Sumeru in Akkadian) was a civilization that flourished in the 3rd millennium BC. The main reason that facilitated the development of Sumer was the very fertile soil between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers, this civilization which today occupies the south of Iraq. At that time, the two rivers formedRead More →

Some of Mohenjo-Daro’s walls were destroyed as a result of Pakistan’s historic floods. The Department of Culture, Tourism, Antiquities and Archives of Sindh province estimated the repairs would cost $45 million. An ancient city preserved in Pakistan has witnessed ‘massive destruction’ following the country’s historic rains and could cost millionsRead More →

The Indus (or Harappan) Valley Civilization (3300-1300 BCE) spanned 2,000 years and extended from northeast Afghanistan to Pakistan and northwest India . The remains of this vast South Asian civilization are scattered over an area considerably larger than those covered by ancient Egypt or Mesopotamia. However, little was known aboutRead More →

DALI, China, August 30, 2022–(BUSINESS WIRE)–On August 28, 2022, the 2022 Erhai Forum on Building a Global Ecological Civilization, named after the famous local Erhai Lake, was held in Dali, Yunnan Province. This year’s forum, themed “Working together to build a shared future for all life on Earth”, aimed toRead More →

A visitor experiences virtual reality (VR) equipment during the China Internet Civilization Conference 2022 in Tianjin, north China, Aug. 28, 2022. The Internet Civilization Conference China Internet Forum 2022 consists of a main forum, a forum on the development of integrity in cyberspace, 10 sub-forums, an exhibition and thematic animations.Read More →

CAMBRIDGE, UK —The world is “woefully underprepared” for a massive volcanic eruption that could cause civilization to collapse, a new study warns. Researchers in the UK say there is a one in six chance of a massive magnitude seven eruption occurring within the next century. This type of eruption wouldRead More →

To date, however, U.S. utility companies have not widely deployed current blocking devices on the live grid. “They’ve only done things, like moving to higher and higher operating voltages” — for cheaper transmission — “that greatly amplify their vulnerability to these storms,” Kappenman tells me. Tom Berger, former director ofRead More →

New Delhi: Days after reports surfaced that Tesla CEO Elon Musk told Twitter staff at a meeting on Thursday that he wanted the microblogging site to be more like TikTok and WeChat, the tech mogul shared a cryptic tweet early Saturday asking if TikTok was “destroying civilization.” Is TikTok destroyingRead More →

China’s science ministry said it picked up signals on one of its telescopes that could be signs of an alien civilization. Scientists from Beijing Normal University say the signals were identified earlier this year on the country’s giant “Sky Eye” telescope, and called the signals “suspicious”. On Tuesday, China’s state-runRead More →

Baku, June 4, AZERTAC Yellow River, Chinese (pinyin) Huang He or (Wade-Giles Romanization) Huang Ho, also spelled Hwang Ho, English Yellow River, principal river of northern China, east-central and eastern Asia. The Yellow River is often called the cradle of Chinese civilization. With a length of 3,395 miles (5,464 km),Read More →

Researchers have discovered mysterious mounds that were once ancient urban settlements. Dating back around 1,500 years, these settlements (featuring intricate roads, platforms and even pyramids) are surprisingly intricate and hint at a flourishing civilization. No one really expected something like this. “No one expected this kind of society in thisRead More →

Crescent Lake in Dunhuang, Gansu Province (northwest China) Photo: VCG Editor’s note:Chinese President Xi Jinping recently stressed the importance of deepening the study of Chinese civilization to enhance the historical awareness and cultural confidence of the Communist Party of China (CCP) and society, while unswervingly following the path of socialism.Read More →

Don’t be surprised if boxes of green, yellow, and black or white emojis start popping up in your recent Twitter and Facebook feeds. It’s the internet’s new favorite game called Wordle. This daily dose of fun might boost your sanity and help build your English vocabulary, but it can alsoRead More →

Photos submitted THE Last Sunday, the Hindu Community of British Columbia organized a cultural awareness event to highlight various aspects of Hindu civilization – from ancient Indian mathematics and education to yoga and divinity – in elementary school Surrey’s Bear Creek. Sunder Rajan gave a presentation on “India – AnRead More →

On April 24, volunteers from various Hindu Dharmic organizations in the Arlington Heights, Illinois area organized a traveling poster exhibit titled “Darshana: A Glimpse of Hindu Civilization.” The exhibition had posters on arts, science, divinity, architecture, scriptures, spiritual traditions, festivals, clothing, yoga, medicine and others. This nationwide traveling exhibition aimsRead More →

TEHRAN — Located between the Karkheh and Dez rivers in southwestern Iran, Susa was once one of the most important and glamorous cities of the ancient world. Susa, which has been inhabited for thousands of years, comprises several layers of superimposed urban settlements from the end of the 5th millenniumRead More →

Australia’s controversial Western Civilization courses are proving popular with students despite bitter opposition from many staff, the data shows. The extended majors in Western Civilization at the University of Queensland (UQ) have some of the most demanding undergraduate entrance scores in the country. Students must achieve Australian Tertiary Admissions RankingsRead More →

Editor’s note: Decision Makers is a global platform for decision makers to share their insights into the events shaping the world today. Erik Solheim is a former United Nations Under-Secretary-General and Executive Director of UNEP and Senior Advisor to the World Resources Institute. The article reflects the opinions of theRead More →

New research from the University of Warwick, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Reichman University, Pompeu Fabra University and the Barcelona School of Economics challenges the conventional theory that the transition from research from food to agriculture has led to the development of complex and hierarchical societies by creating an agriculturalRead More →

Wonderfully, when one watches ancient highways slowly crack and tumble down cliffs to the sea, the concept of “permanent changes in the human landscape” can be seen as illusory. Most of you suffer from the illusion that structures such as poorly placed dwellings, on floodplains or near the ocean[s] areRead More →

Baku, April 1, AZERTAC Located in the Turkish province of Çorum in Central Anatolia, Hattusha (often referred to as the archaeological site of Boğazkale) – the capital of the Hittite civilization was added to the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1986 as a cultural property. Hattusha is a remarkable archaeologicalRead More →

Union Minister of State for Information and Broadcasting, Dr L Murugan, said that in present times, films are a powerful medium through which the word of India can be conveyed to the world. Dr Murugan was addressing the closing ceremony of the fourth three-day Chitra Bharati Film Festival at RavindraRead More →

Aerial photo taken on Oct. 1, 2021 shows a national forest park in Youyang Tujia and Miao Autonomous County, southwest China’s Chongqing Municipality. (Photo by Ran Chuan/Xinhua) Over the past decade, China has advanced its economy’s green transition under the leadership of President Xi Jinping’s Ecological Civilization Thought, which stemsRead More →

On Her Shoulders will present a virtual reading program: ON THE THIN CRUST OF CIVILIZATION: The Plays of Marita Bonner, Directed by Magaly Colimon-Christopher, via NPTC’s YouTube channel: NewPerspectivesTC. Arminda Thomas provides dramaturgy through The Play in Context, which places the scenarios in their historical time and place. The broadcastRead More →

The Maya civilization once stretched hundreds of miles across Mesoamerica and the Yucatán Peninsula, with bustling cities, a thriving economy, and a booming arts and culture scene. But between the 8th and 10th centuries CE, it suffered from abrupt demographic fluctuations, increased conflicts and abandoned urban centers. Archaeologists and otherRead More →

Wen Yang’s new book, The Logic of Civilization: The Interaction and Evolution of Chinese and Western Civilization. EVERYDAY CHINA Book argues that China cannot be judged through the prism of Western standards, writes David Paul Goldman. According to Professor Wen Yang, the 5,000-year-old Chinese civilization cannot be understood by WesternRead More →

Egypt’s rise was a combination of violence and tactful diplomacy The Narmer palette tells us the story of the unification of Egypt. Image sources: Wikimedia Commons. In 1897, archaeologists Frederic Green and James Quibble made an astonishing discovery during the excavation Temple of Horus in Nekhen, Egypt. They unearthed aRead More →

Using the world’s most sensitive radio telescope, a team of Australian astronomers spent seven hours listening for signs of an alien civilization – but found nothing. Using the Murchison Widefield Array (MWA) in the Western Australian desert, experts from California’s SETI Institute set out to find “techno-signatures”. Finding these signs,Read More →

By MATTHEW BROWN, Associated Press BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) – The Biden administration plans to dramatically expand its efforts to stave off catastrophic wildfires that have scorched parts of the western United States by more aggressively thinning forests around areas called “hot spots.” where nature and neighborhoods collide. As climate changeRead More →

National Museum of Egyptian Civilization. (NMEC) This WAF will run until Wednesday and will be placed under the auspices of the Ministries of Culture, Planning and Economic Development, Tourism and Antiquities, Immigration and Expatriates, Environment and the Department of state of tourism in Cairo, according to a UN press release.Read More →

[ad_1] Last week, we noted that the word civilization refers to the Latin word “civitas” or city. This is why the most basic definition of the word civilization is a society made up of cities. The word civilization and civilized society is used to differentiate between societies which are culturallyRead More →