Ying Blanc for Minister of Culture, Art and Sport

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Ying Blanc for Minister of Culture, Art and Sport

Postby YingBlanc » August 11th 2013, 3:30 pm

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Re: Ying Blanc for Minister of Culture, Art and Sport

Postby Thomas » August 11th 2013, 3:51 pm

We already have our own version of UNESCO. It's called AINESCO and was set up by Miguel but nothing was really done with it.
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Re: Ying Blanc for Minister of Culture, Art and Sport

Postby RedAurora » August 11th 2013, 3:59 pm

Very nice manifesto. :) But I don't know about the collected AIN history. Given that some nations like Cattala have quite long histories, it could take you a very long time to finish. Even when you do finish, I doubt members will want to read 10, 15, or more pages of AIN history. I personally don't think that there is need for that.
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Re: Ying Blanc for Minister of Culture, Art and Sport

Postby Thomas » August 11th 2013, 4:52 pm

Cattala has quite an extensive history, yes, but few elements of it link to the rest of the AIN. Some, like the marriage to the Grand Duchess of Sainte-Croix, could be useful for a history. I like the idea of a page, perhaps on the wiki, with a timeline of events through history that link AIN nations together.
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Re: Ying Blanc for Minister of Culture, Art and Sport

Postby YingBlanc » August 11th 2013, 5:52 pm

That's what I was thinking Thomas, only events that link 2 or more nations together and are of major significance, and even the events of WW2 with our countries and and Allied and Axis powers, of coarse inspired by the occupied section of AIN Europe that spanned with Histalpol, Sainte Croix and even Llithustania since it's in the archived section of the forum therefore viable for wiki additions, although it may not be shown on the map. I think the main section will be the recording of WW2 in AIN (of coarse AIN wasn't around then as well x3) maybe with other major union/world war histories added.
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Re: Ying Blanc for Minister of Culture, Art and Sport

Postby Will » August 11th 2013, 8:15 pm

Looks good Ying! I like your plans for MCAS. The shared history thing could work as Mirani, New Holland and Neu Westfalen share a lot of history.
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Re: Ying Blanc for Minister of Culture, Art and Sport

Postby Otto » August 11th 2013, 8:22 pm

well, as always, no real new intentions. all things have been part of elections campaigns before, which all partly failed to achieve what they planned to do.

I hope you'll be more active as i was with all your nice plans, as it is quite an ambitious plan you've put up there
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Re: Ying Blanc for Minister of Culture, Art and Sport

Postby InvaderNat » August 11th 2013, 10:44 pm

Sounds good, but you've made a lot of spelling errors :o In politics your enemies could tear you to pieces for the smallest of things :lol:
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Re: Ying Blanc for Minister of Culture, Art and Sport

Postby RedAurora » August 11th 2013, 10:49 pm

Most politicians make horrible gaffes, Nat, it'd be hypocritical of them to go after spelling errors. :P
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Re: Ying Blanc for Minister of Culture, Art and Sport

Postby YingBlanc » August 12th 2013, 1:11 am

The main problem with this graphics software is it doesn't have spell check xD and I pretty much rely on spell check most of the time :P soooooo you can expect spelling mistakes in pretty much every document I produce, just think of it as FDR and his polio is like me with my spelling x3 but it's not really dyslexia.

And I have lots of ideas to put into place and the enthusiasm to commit to them. Question is, are you all enthusiatic to participate in union activities, that's one thing I also plan to work out, try to find a way to skirt around this unions seeming inactivity in events. Also did AINESCO have a thread somewhere, or anything to reference it, because it is one thing I am determined and enthusiastic over
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Re: Ying Blanc for Minister of Culture, Art and Sport

Postby InvaderNat » August 12th 2013, 4:08 am

Emir wrote:Most politicians make horrible gaffes, Nat, it'd be hypocritical of them to go after spelling errors. :P


Politicians and the media are pretty petty, so just sayin... I'm sure it won't matter here of course :P
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Re: Ying Blanc for Minister of Culture, Art and Sport

Postby RedAurora » August 12th 2013, 4:23 am

No, it won't matter here. :P

Ying, I forgot to ask, what are you planning to do with Otto's TV/movie awards? I was looking forward for that. :P
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Re: Ying Blanc for Minister of Culture, Art and Sport

Postby Otto » August 12th 2013, 6:34 am

Will, i will continue the awards. That'll be not of Ying's matter, same will apply most ongoing events i introduced.
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Re: Ying Blanc for Minister of Culture, Art and Sport

Postby Will » August 12th 2013, 6:41 am

Huh? I didn't ask that. :P
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Re: Ying Blanc for Minister of Culture, Art and Sport

Postby Otto » August 12th 2013, 6:50 am

well, you asked if Ying was to continue my movie awards. he won't, because i will continue them.
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