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a diplomat of the highest rank

an informal representative

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She said: "The concerts are just something I like to do and I am honoured to have been invited to be a patron and cultural ambassador for the National Autistic Society."
Idan Raichel and Brand Israel: Idan Raichel calls his music "global fusion," and cultivates an image of a representative of "tolerant, multi-ethnic Israel." This image has made him an important cultural ambassador for Israel in its rebranding campaign.
That Murakami now thinks of himself as a cultural ambassador might come as quite a surprise to most Japanese.
Le Meridien Master Baristas will lead coffee-related initiatives and standards at each hotel as well as serve as lead coffee cultural ambassador, maintaining knowledge of current coffee trends while raising the local community's awareness of coffee.
at least proud Pete has been appointed cultural ambassador to Valleta, the capital of Malta.
JEDDAH: Chinese action superstar Jackie Chan has been invited to attend the 28th Janadriyah National Festival of Heritage and Culture as a cultural ambassador. China will be the guest of honor this year at the festival, where it will showcase the essence of Chinese culture, economic achievements, and scientific innovations.
The state department was scant on the exact reasoning behind its decision to cancel Andrew WK's trip as "Cultural Ambassador of Partying" was scant, but a spokesperson did tell (http://brokelyn.com/partys-over-trust-us-andrew-wk-is-not-going-to-bahrain-as-a-cultural-ambassador/) Bokelyn.com the plans were called off: "Andrew WK had been invited by the U.S.
Say has performed with the New York Philharmonic, Berliner Symphoniker, Israel Philharmonic, Orchestre National de France and Tokyo Symphony Orchetra and has served as a cultural ambassador to the European Union.
The mother-of-two is also a writer, contributing editor for British Vogue and Cultural ambassador for the BFC (British Fashion Council).
The day of celebration, which included a hangi for 400 people cooked onsite, was hosted by the carrier's cultural ambassador and Kapa Hakra team who staged a range of events throughout the day.
Furthermore, he has been recognized by the Washington Times as "Jordan's leading Cultural Ambassador (who) dedicates his music to building bridges of peace and tolerance.
"ABT has for many years seen itself as a cultural ambassador, bringing American ballet to the world," said executive director Rachel Moore.
As a Fulbright Scholar, Mueller will be a cultural ambassador of America's flagship international educational exchange program, which is sponsored by the U.
"It is a dream to see Tyger Communications realise it''s potential and to be joined by a legend like Mike McCartney, Wirral''s Cultural Ambassador, makes the day even more special." The firm has relocated to new premises at The Courtyard, Old Courthouse Road in Bromborough, which will allow them to update their print and design facilities.
Special guests will be Joe Flannery, original booking manager for The Beatles and Cultural Ambassador to the City of Liverpool.
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