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Year of the Ox: Chinese New Year article icon

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Year of the Ox: Chinese New Year

牛年快乐 ! Niú nián kuàilè! Happy Year of the Ox. Why not learn how to write and pronounce basic Chinese words to celebrate Chinese New Year?

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The Open University quiz

It was on this day, 51 years ago, that The Open University received its Royal Charter and began opening up education for all.

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Year of the Rat: Chinese New Year

Happy Year of the Rat. Why not learn how to write and pronounce basic Chinese words to celebrate Chinese New Year?

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The Real Wonder Women

Take a look at 60 of the world's most influential and pioneering women and the impact they made over 100 years.

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Year of the Pig: Chinese New Year

As the Chinese celebrate the Year of the Pig, why not learn how to write and pronounce basic Chinese words?

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Charles Dickens: Celebrity Author

Over 200 years since he was born Charles Dickens remains a literary icon. In fact, he was one of the first superstars - discover how he cultivated his work into a cult of personality.

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Year of the Rooster: Chinese New Year

As the Chinese celebrate the Year of the Rooster, why not learn how to write and pronounce basic Chinese words, or find out more about the people and culture?

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Year of The Monkey: Chinese New Year

As we enter the Year of the Monkey in the Chinese horoscope, a guide to making your new year wishes - and what the start of the Monkey may mean. 

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Hanukkah: a festival of light

What's Hanukkah all about? And how do Jewish people celebrate it? 

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VE day half a world away: How New Zealand celebrated victory in Europe

After years of war, New Zealanders reacted to the fall of Berlin by cutting loose - but not too loose. As the official history explains, it wasn't quite the same when Japan surrendered.

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There’s a thank you. Then there’s an OU thank you

We asked our students and alumni who, why and how they would thank the person who has inspired and supported them the most through their studies. 

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Shakespeare Week

Shakespeare Week (17-23 March) is a national, annual celebration to bring Shakespeare to life vividly for millions of primary school children.

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