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Ambassador

The highest ranking foreign diplomat representing a country to another government. For example, the highest ranking British representative in the United States is the ambassador from the United Kingdom. An ambassador speaks for the government he/she represents.
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On the affection generated by My Neighbor Totoro alone, he could probably serve as Japan's cultural ambassador at schools around the world.
THE search is on for people to act as cultural ambassadors during the Stockton Riverside Fringe Festival.
Global Tolerance Award from the Friend of the United Nations, 2001; designated Cultural Ambassador for Tolerance and Peace
As Cultural Ambassador, Libeskind recently traveled to Tunisia where he met with young architects, university students and professors.
The First Minister said Aled has been a ``marvellous cultural ambassador for Wales'' since childhood.
In May she was named a cultural ambassador by the South Korean government.
Yet as a cultural ambassador he would have to be counted a distinct failure.
Havens is still going strong and his powerful ambition is evident in this volume, as he guides readers through these cultural crossroads as a self-appointed cultural ambassador.
Panamanian jazz pianist Danilo Perez, recently named his country's cultural ambassador, reflects the broad diversity of Panama City on a series of recent recordings.
Argentine poet, literary and social critic, and cultural ambassador, considered by many the outstanding figure of his age in the cultural life of Argentina.
We are thankful and proud of that diversity and want to share it with the world through this unique Honorary Cultural Ambassador programme, which will help show the many sides of our country to the world," al-Tamimi added.
We are thankful and proud of that diversity and want to share it with the world through this unique Honorary Cultural Ambassador programme which will help show the many sides of our country to the world," Following an application and review process, HCAs will take part in a comprehensive training during which they will attend a series of lectures on art, heritage, culture and history of Qatar.