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  • proper noun An ancient Buddhist kingdom of Central Asia, located in modern-day Xinjiang, China.

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Examples

  • Information that the rebel force was stationed at the next town, Kucha, which is as far beyond Korla as that place is from

    China

  • My slides on 'Bubbles and Easter eggs - Museum Pecha Kucha' are on slideshare - scroll down the page for full text and notes - or available as a PDF (2mb).

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • CRAFT: Dytham and Klein knew they were onto something when a request to start Pecha Kucha Nights came from Silicon Valley.

    Hate Long, Rambling Speeches? Try Pecha-Kucha

  • (Soundbite of music) CRAFT: Pecha Kucha Nights nowadays give the floor to just about anyone who's been struck by the muse.

    Hate Long, Rambling Speeches? Try Pecha-Kucha

  • CRAFT: But here's the irony of Pecha Kucha: As TV news shifts ever closer to entertainment, and images flash by in a second or two, Pecha Kucha's 20-second slides actually force the viewer to focus and think, says Dytham.

    Hate Long, Rambling Speeches? Try Pecha-Kucha

  • Frankie, Dan and Daniel's slides are also available in the 'Museum Tech Pecha Kucha' event on slideshare (and mine has now got an audio track, thanks to Shelley).

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • My slides on 'Bubbles and Easter eggs - Museum Pecha Kucha' are on slideshare - scroll down the page for full text and notes - or available as a PDF (2mb).

    Museum pecha kucha night

  • Ms. ASTRID KLEIN (Co-Creator, Pecha Kucha): We're looking for a name.

    Hate Long, Rambling Speeches? Try Pecha-Kucha

  • Frankie, Dan and Daniel's slides are also available in the 'Museum Tech Pecha Kucha' event on slideshare (and mine has now got an audio track, thanks to Shelley).

    Museum pecha kucha night

  • Nearly a quarter of a million people every year gather in warehouses, old prisons, forest clearings, you name it, for Pecha Kucha Nights, a spectacle that seems to belie the pretenses of the online age.

    Hate Long, Rambling Speeches? Try Pecha-Kucha

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