‘It’s like a funeral’: J-pop’s first world tour

J-Pop’s first global tour, titled “The Journey of a Thousand Days”, kicks off in Japan today.

The tour will also feature some of Japan’s most famous performers, including Kpopstarlets and the band AOA.AOA’s members also took to Twitter to share the tour’s launch with their fans.

Check out their tweets below:”I hope everyone will come out to the first show in Japan and enjoy it!” tweeted the members of AOA’s “Wings” unit.

“As the world’s first tour to be hosted by the world,” they added.

The official J-POP tour website will also offer fans the opportunity to pre-order tickets.

A limited number of tickets will be available for the Tokyo International Exhibition (TIFF) which runs from November 25 to December 6.

What happens when the human race discovers quantum computing?

Next Big Futures article Next BIG Future is the world’s largest and most comprehensive global science and technology event, featuring the world-renowned scientific and technological events, exhibitions, panels, events and more.

This year’s theme is quantum computing, and Next Big Trends is the perfect opportunity to see some of the most exciting new ideas and discoveries from around the world.

Next Big Technologies, which includes the Big Future conference, is a series of six events in which the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STM) and science, engineering, and mathematics, science, mathematics and engineering (STEM) communities gather to discuss and build on the work of others, in collaboration with partners and stakeholders, in the pursuit of a more sustainable future.

The theme for next year is quantum computers, and as with last year’s event, this year’s conference will be led by the CERN Quantum Computing Centre, a collaboration of more than 500 scientists and engineers from around Europe and beyond.

CERN will host a series, which starts on Friday 17 September 2018, of six scientific and technical sessions, in which scientists from across Europe and the rest of the world will present their findings and ideas to a broad audience.

A summary of the topics will be published at the end of the conference, along with the times and locations for the sessions.

The key events will be: The Big Future 2018 conference is the global event of the year for the scientific community.

It is a major milestone for CERN, and will help bring the quantum computing research community together to advance its future work in physics, mathematics, and technology.

The conference will include a series on quantum computing from 15 September to 15 October 2018 at CERN.

The quantum computing conferences are also a key part of the Next BigFuture programme, which is designed to highlight and develop innovative collaborations between researchers, universities and industry to advance the knowledge of the physics and mathematics that underpins the future of science and industry.

The next Big Future, which will also be held at Cern in 2021, is the ultimate test of the future and of our ability to meet the challenges and challenges of our time.

The science, science and engineering and technology industry is one of the greatest contributions to the success of our civilisation, and we can’t wait to see what discoveries and discoveries are made and how the future will unfold.

This is the first time since 2012 that Next Big Generations has held a conference in 2019.

The future is here and we are making progress.

Follow Next Big Events: Next Big Tech 2018, nextbigfuture.com/event/76427

How to buy inexpensive instruments, including violin, viola and cello

A new book from the National Instruments catalog reveals that if you want cheap instruments that are affordable to use, you should first be prepared to pay a premium.

The $50 “Performing Instruments” guide includes everything from cheap percussion instruments to inexpensive cello.

It also includes the cheapest instruments that can be used to perform in front of a live audience.

Here are some of the instruments that will set you back about $25.

1. Yamaha DX6