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Sushi art

Transcript:

Sushi as an art form. In the hands of the artist Takayo Kiyato, the traditional Japanese dish of rice and seaweed turns into a canvas. Her works include sushi versions of famous paintings and rolls which reveal a different picture with each slice. Now she's sharing her skills through workshops. But the masterpieces crafted by her students may not stay on display for too long.

Vocabulary:

turns into - changes from one thing to another versions - forms that are based on, but different to, the original sharing - (here) making available to others crafted - made with skill and care on display - on show

Exercise:

Use one of the words or phrases below to complete each of these sentences from news reports. Note that you may have to change the form of a word to complete the sentence correctly. turns into / versions / sharing / crafted / on display

1. Traditionally Highland Games include pipers, dancers and of course the heavy events like tossing the caber. While there is much that is similar across the games, villages and towns hold their own particular ________.

2. A 64-year-old single malt Scotch whisky in a unique crystal decanter has sold for a record price of almost £300,000 at an auction in New York. The decanter, ________ famous French designer Lalique, holds 1.5l of the rare The Macallan whisky.

3. Today, the museum has been ________ an aid centre. Inside there are volunteers packing clothes, food and medicines for people fleeing the conflict in eastern Ukraine.

4. Before now, said Mr Lu, search engines have struggled to find a way to reveal who a searcher is and what their lifestyle is like. Social networks have changed all that because they are all about linking up with people you know and ________ opinions and information about what you are up to.

5. A copy of Vincent van Gogh's ear grown using genetic material from one of the Dutch artist's relatives has gone ________ at a German museum.

Answers:

1. Traditionally Highland Games include pipers, dancers and of course the heavy events like tossing the caber. While there is much that is similar across the games, villages and towns hold their own particular versions.

Source: Highland Games: 'Part of our heritage and culture'

2. A 64-year-old single malt Scotch whisky in a unique crystal decanter has sold for a record price of almost £300,000 at an auction in New York. The decanter, crafted by famous French designer Lalique, holds 1.5l of the rare The Macallan whisky.

Source: Scotch whisky and decanter break records

3. Today, the museum has been turned into an aid centre. Inside there are volunteers packing clothes, food and medicines for people fleeing the conflict in eastern Ukraine.

Source: Ukraine: Common history pulls in aid from west Russia

4. Before now, said Mr Lu, search engines have struggled to find a way to reveal who a searcher is and what their lifestyle is like. Social networks have changed all that because they are all about linking up with people you know and sharing opinions and information about what you are up to.

Source: Why the future of search is social

5. A copy of Vincent van Gogh's ear grown using genetic material from one of the Dutch artist's relatives has gone on display at a German museum.

Source: Vincent van Gogh 'live ear' on display