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paik

(peɪk)
n
a hard blow to the body
vb (tr)
to thump or whack
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One, titled Internet Dream, is a work made in 1994 by video art pioneer Nam June Paik.
Saudi Energy Minister Khalid Al-Falih holds talks with South Korean Trade Minister Paik Un-gyu in Riyadh on Monday.
Trade, Industry and Energy Minister Paik Un-gyu, however, said that GM Korea should improve transparency in management and come up with a long-term investment plan.
NAM JUNE PAIK MEMORIAL HOUSE TUCKED away in a quiet back street in Dongmyo, a small hanok - a traditional Korean wooden house - harbours an interactive display in tribute to arguably the nation's most famous and controversial artist, Nam June Paik.
Producer Paik Ho-min, who also made the popular series 'My Daughter, Geum Sa-wol', will direct the drama, which is expected to air on March.
Capital Sdn Bhd had on Dec 13 signed deals with Kris Uttraphan, Beng Paik A/L Chau Deng, Koomerang Ventures Inc Sdn Bhd and Stampede Holdings Sdn Bhd to acquire the stake in Stampede.
In this book, author Frederic Paik Schoenberg presents readers with the second edition of his comprehensive textbook guide to the concepts of probability as illustrated by various examples of the card game Texas holdAEem.
Our robot designs focus largely on safety," said Jamie Paik, the director of the RRL, in a (http://actu.
Paik, Director, Rogers Joseph O'Donnell will speak at the Knowledge Group's webcast entitled: "Emerging Issues: Are You Prepared for the Upcoming FATCA Compliance Deadlines for Non-U.
The stringless fingerboard is signed, in English and Korean, by the artist Nam June Paik.
A provocative cellist of New Music in the 1960s New York art scene, Charlotte Moorman (1933-91) performed music written by her contemporary luminaries, such as John Cage, Joseph Beuys, Yoko Ono, Jim McWilliams, and most notably, Nam June Paik.
For Yi-mun Park juchesung is "identical with the spirit of independence, which demands one to act autonomously without blindly following the other's opinions" (85) and this suggests a juchesuk person should "live his or her life as the master of him/herself" (Song 81-82): juchesung is authentic and independent subjectivity, the virtue which Paik requires Koreans to cultivate for decolonization and hetero-modernization.