We are proud of the success achieved with our international cultural exchanges, which began with Qatar-Japan in 2012.
What does ICE stand for?
ICE stands for International Cultural Exchange
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We have 783 other meanings of ICE in our Acronym Attic
- International Congress on Electrocardiology
- International Conseil Energie (French: International Energy Council)
- International Corpus of English
- International Correspondents in Education (network)
- International Cosmetic Expo
- International Council of Ethnodoxologists
- International Counter Espionage (gaming clan)
- International Court for the Environment
- International Cryogenic Engineering (conference)
- International Cryptography Experiment (founded in 1994)
- International Currency Exchange
- Internet Center of Expertise (USACE)
- Internet Chat Exchange
- Internet Child Exploitation (Saskatoon Police)
- Internet Commerce Enabled (Nortel)
- Internet Commerce Exposition
- Internet Communications Engine (object-oriented toolkit)
- Internet Content and Exchange Format (National Seminconductor/W3C)
- Internet Content Exchange (protocol for content syndication)
- Interoperable Communications Equipment (US FEMA)
Samples in periodicals archive:
He said that known as American Music Abroad, this people-to-people exchange will feature a wide variety of American musical genres through international cultural exchange initiatives that will reach more than 40 countries around the world during 2012.
Shaikh Sultan added that international cultural exchange initiatives which encourage the exchange of ideas and know-how could boost the UAE's bid to preserve its heritage and extend its reach if undertaken alongside the Emirates' own efforts.
The honorees included actor Alec Baldwin, for his commitment to the arts and culture of New York City; Cisco for its TelePresence technology through which ND1 held the first-ever virtual dance rehearsal; Ron Moelis, co-founder and CEO of L+M Development Partners who helped develop the PS90 building which will house NDI's new permanent home; and Shirley Young, for her longstanding support of NDI's international cultural exchange program.
International students in need of host families International Cultural Exchange Services is looking for host families for foreign-exchange high school students from all over the world for one academic year.
The analysis is carried out through a case study approach that looks at the Japan Foundation, created by the Japanese government to promote and facilitate international cultural exchanges, and its activities in China; Kobe City's sister city relationships with Tianjin City in China; and the cultural-exchange activities of the non-governmental Japan-China Friendship Association.