Cultural Explosion

A constellation of events that occurred ± 40,000 years ago in early humans, which was characterised by the development of complex social networks, which allowed the rapid dissemination of new knowledge in the form of tool-making, killing animals, and gathering edible plants
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The entire island province - the most exotic southernmost tip of the country - celebrates in a street dancing called Igal Ma Lan, that features a cultural explosion of costumes, finery, dance and music of the Sama, Sama Dilaut, Jama Mapun and Tausug peoples of southern Philippines.
The Merseyside attraction will bring a cultural explosion and celebration of music, fashion, steamboats, trains, and even pirates to the city.
IT'S time to get ready to paint the town green for the cultural explosion that is the jampacked St Patrick's Festival.
Central to the volume as a whole is the permeability of boundaries between sanity and madness, or neurosis and psychosis, and how they were crossed and recrossed as part of the cultural explosion called "Vienna 1900.
Scotiabank Toronto Caribbean Carnival is an exciting three-week cultural explosion of Caribbean music, cuisine, revelry as well as visual and performing arts.
We were more interested in eating fresh eggs than being in the midst of a cultural explosion.
We have reached a cultural explosion, especially in production and in distribution, the individual having facilitated access to all the cultural goods, being able to choose the manner in which he/she wishes to fulfill his/her cultural needs.
Understanding that there was a 'dichotomy where emerging artists could create with the same technology that allowed pirating,' the directors decided to embrace the cultural explosion.
If the cultural explosion took place early in the hypothesized time frame, that is, around 5000 BCE, then this timing is relatively consistent with the often-criticized creation date of 4004 BCE.
A cultural explosion of equal magnitude took place in 1974 when boxing legends Muhammad Ali and George Foreman came together in Zaire for the Rumble in the Jungle.
The 1960s saw the cultural explosion of pop music and the hall was soon playing host to Little Richard, Jerry Lee Lewis, Newcastle's own Animals, Gerry and the Pacemakers, The Kinks and Marianne Faithful.
Israel is also experiencing a remarkable cultural explosion in virtually every area of the arts--something also driven, in part, by its sudden thrust into the world and the multicultural base that has developed inside the country itself.

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