Diplomatic Journal

Diplomatic Journal

WAALM - School of Cultural Diplomacy

Diplomatic Journal of WAALM - School of Cultural Diplomacy will bring you the major News, Reports, Articles and Pictures related to 'Cultural Diplomacy', 'Arts for Humanity' and 'Human Rights Developments' around the world and it will cover Academic, Cultural and Human Rights initiatives conduced by Learners and Academia.

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NEWSPosted by The Editorial Sat, February 02, 2013 05:25:51

British Columbia (B.C.) is Canada’s westernmost province. Set between the Pacific Ocean in the west and the Rocky Mountains in the east, B.C.’s beautiful scenery and outdoor activities appeal to people from around the country and around the world.

Vancouver, one of the major cities in BC has it all: natural beauty and cosmopolitan flair. Set between the Pacific Ocean and the coastal mountains, it has a harmonious blend of nature and urban living. Gardens, parks, and beaches are as common here as heritage buildings, restaurants, and theatres.

While maintaining the laid-back attitude of North America's West Coast, Vancouver has managed to build an international spirit.

As the third largest city in Canada, it shares an ethnic diversity and multicultural flavor with the rest of the country. It's young, lively, and the jumping-off point for many spectacular outdoor activities.

With such mulicultural flavor and rich charater, after a careful study WAALM has selected Vancouver as its North American seat for its international events and cross-cultural activities in the Ameican continent.

"We hope that Prof. Dr Dorbayani, Dr. Marjan A. Dorbayani and the artists of the company (WAALM) consider Vancouver as their new home and will continue to grace us with their skills, artistry and knowledge " Gregor Robertson, The Honorable Mayor of Vancouver conveys in an official letter to WAALM

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"We are flattered by Vancouver City Council's warm welcome and honored by receiving the Mayor Robertson's official letter to WAALM. Mayor Roberston's vision for Vancouver and his tireless efforts for multi-cultural economy has made Vancouver attractive for any signafican cultural investment and we are glad that WAALM will contribute to the cultural landscape of Canada, Vancouver in particular. " Dr.Dorbayani, President of WAALM Notes

WAALM's registered office in England and Wales, will administratively continue its services to humanity, arts, education and cultural diplomacy as the Headquarters in Europe and will collaborate with the propect WAALM in Canada.

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