Welcome back to another edition of the Ninjas on the Net, after being in Adelaide and Tokyo, on to Cardiff, Wales.
-The Wales Millennium Centre opened in 2004 is considered to be one of the World`s iconic arts and cultural destinations. The vision of the Centre is to be an internationally significant cultural landmark and centre for the performing arts, renowned for inspiration, excellence and leadership
-17M of scholarships for international students in Wales has been awarded, click here to see partnering universities, also see what Cardiff University’s has in place for international students
-Check out this report from the Financial Times on doing business in Cardiff and Wales
-The population of Cardiff will increase by more than 40% between 2008 and 2033 if current trends continue, according to new projections made by the Assembly Government
-Babylon Wales : Notes from the margins of Welsh popular culture has some interesting thoughts
-Welsh fashion designer and recent graduate, Joanne Terrar talks about her collection
-Facing onto Mill Lane, which is the restaurant quarter of central Cardiff, opposite the Marriott Hotel and a short walk from the main train station, is a new Italian caffe, restaurant, alimentari foodshop and deli- Carluccios’
-Looking for web talent? Cardiff Web Scene is a place for web developers, interactive designers and web enthusiasts who live and work in and around Cardiff
-Protect your garden from being developed with a little help with Garden Grabbing in Cardiff!
-Cardiff Bay Rediscovered Torchwood Tourism - Cardiff Bay’s redevelopment makes it the flagship of the Welsh capital
-Guardian’s beat blogger for Cardiff talks about breaking the boundaries between blogger and journalist in this video
-Where to go next? Judging by this post which touches on which is better Cardiff or the Cayman Islands, since we are in Cardiff, its off to the Caymans next…
*Directly below you will find a mix from the Cardiff Arts Institute
Posted: July 22nd, 2010
at 7:42am by Koookiecrumbles
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