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'Immersive' Charlie Chaplin museum springs to life
Imagine moving along the cogs within giant machinery like Charlie Chaplin in "Modern Times," or tumbling inside a cabin teetering on the edge of a cliff as he did in "Gold Rush."
 
Taiwanese violinist Chen Yu-ting was named Wednesday as one of four competitors to make it through to the senior finals of the 2016 Menuhin Competition, which will take place in London on Saturdy.
 
War-torn Angola and Naples are among the settings for the six books shortlisted for the Man International Prize for literature on Thursday.
 
Night at the museum: singer will.i.am spends night in Louvre
He is after all rap's renaissance man.
 
U2's Bono testifies before Congress on the refugee crisis
U2 frontman Bono brought his star power to the U.S. Congress Tuesday as he called on members of Congress to take swift action to deal with the global refugee crisis and violent extremism.
 
A 400-year-old picture that might have been painted by Italian master Caravaggio has been found in an attic in southern France.
 
Adele had the world's best-selling album last year, a global smash that helped music revenues record their first significant growth since the dawn of the digital age two decades ago.
 
Stepping 'Inside Heatherwick Studio'
Over the past decades, Taipei Fine Arts Museum (TFAM, 臺北市立美術館) has introduced various contemporary architectural designs and masterpieces by critically acclaimed designers worldwide. As an extension of its dedication, TFAM is hosting "British Inventors: Inside Heatherwick Studio" (新世代英倫創造:走進海澤維克工作室) until May 15.
 
Manuscripts among personal Hemingway items on display at JFK library in Boston
Ernest Hemingway and John F. Kennedy never met, but the author's most extensive personal collection is housed at JFK's presidential library and is now on public display.
 
Notes handwritten by Russian author Boris Pasternak for two chapters of his masterpiece "Doctor Zhivago," along with a poem to his muse, sold at auction in New York on Monday for US$77,500.
 
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