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In 1938, the National Socialists made anti-Semitism state doctrine. Jewish citizens were officially persecuted and dispossessed. That year also saw the pogrom known as The Night of Broken Glass. Many confiscated art works vanished and are still reappearing now - like the recent spectacular find in Munich. An exhibition in Frankfurt looks at the ongoing impact of the Nazis' 1938 cultural policies.
She can knock the socks off the music world. Chinese percussionist Ni Fan has been studying in Berlin since 2010. She plays more than 200 percussion instruments. Her music transcends the borders between classical and jazz. Now she's been honored with the coveted PRIX Montblanc award for young talent - the first percussionist ever to win the prize. Arts.21 caught up with her.
Hard to believe - we've already produced 521 shows. For ten years our Arts.21 reporters have canvassed the globe. From Argentina to China, from South Africa to the Bavarian countryside, they've been busy reporting on exciting cultural events. We dipped into the archives and even surprised ourselves with what we discovered.
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