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  • Food Culture in China By Jason Chang
    To say that the consumption of food is a vital part of the chemical process of life is to state the obvious, but sometimes we fail to realize that food .... Including local cuisines of Xiangjiang Region, Dongting Lake and Xiangxi coteau, Hunan is known for its use of chili, pepper and shallot, and a pungent flavor.

  • Introducing the Chinese New Year By Henry Fong
    The first day of the first lunar month is the start of the Chinese New Year and this important celebration lasts for fifteen days. The Chinese New Year .... made to the Jade emperor and honored guests will drink tea. On the last day of the New Year lanterns and candles are lit to guide back wayward spirits.

  • Australia, The Melting Pot Of Different Cultures By Jo Alelsto
    The first inhabitants of this vast continent are the aborigines, coming to the land some 40,000 to 50,000 years ago, and the scholars thought they may .... most culturally diverse countries in the world by blending the past with the present and forging an enduring future for the next generations of Aussies.

  • Learn All About Santa And The Reindeer By Jason Swanson
    Maybe it's the undeniable alliterative appeal of Rudolph the Red-Nosed reindeer that makes him the most known or popular of all Santa's nine flying .... as previously mentioned, just before he came down the chimney of a house to start filling the stockings from a sack full of toys he carried on his back.

  • Where Did Christmas Traditions Come From By Jason Swanson
    Christians celebrate Christmas to observe the birth of Jesus Christ, which is an event and not a tradition. But many other activities related to celebrating .... Nativity, but pictures of Santa Claus, winter scenery, Christmas trees, gift packages and others are also depicted on contemporary Christmas greeting cards.

  • Celebrating Christmas In Central And South America By Jason Swanson
    In Central and South American nations, which have a fairly large Christian population, the Nativity or Manger Scene is the main decoration in homes at .... after having Christmas dinner. Christmas festivities, which include folk dancing and singing, continue until January 6th, which is called Three Kings Day.

  • Native American Pow Wow By Yazid Avicenna
    Pow wow is a fascinating gathering of Native American Indians which may last from days to a week. Pow wow is an important cultural expression of the Native .... expressing their cultural heritage. Most dancers seen at Pow Wows today perform social dances which might have had different meanings in earlier days.

  • Role Of Sorry Greeting Cards By Francis K. Githinji
    When you have done something to wrong somebody, you often feel discomfort; you cannot rest until you have made things right. It is pretty interesting how .... Know what your friends are going through and look for ways in which you can make life better for others and yourself by saying sorry. It will surely work.

  • The Role Of Corporate Greeting Cards By Francis K. Githinji
    Greeting cards exist in very many kinds and forms; they serve many occasions and you cannot imagine the kind of impact they make. For people who wish to .... bottom line is that, whatever card you choose to send, make it special for all recipients. Even in the corporate world, you can have so much fun with cards.

  • Go Green? Enough Already By A.p. Papoon
    Drive a puny, fuel efficient car or hybrid; use an ugly little light bulb that emits a dull light and is hazardous when broken; wear a sweater in your .... be my guest. As for me, I prefer to be guided by the invisible hand of the free markets instead of the iron fist of a bunch of over ambitious hippies.

  • Vicissitude of Japan’s culture By Nancy Eben
    Culture of different countries is different. One can easily notice the difference either by the visit, i.e. through experience or through learning their .... arts and language show diversity in Japanese culture and express their distinct characteristics, which make it one of the best cultures in the world.

  • Festival seasons in India By Monty Alexander
    India, the land of colors and celebrations, has a festival or holy occasion almost every time of the year. These festivals are marked by celebrations, .... join each other in fervor and festivities. This also defines the spirit of India, or a practical example of the much said phrase – unity in diversity.

  • Difference Between Ethics And Beliefs By James Burgess
    Belief or Ethos. Belief is a power. We can believe in a faith, we can believe in another person, yet the most important aspect of this ethic is self-belief .... spite of that pause a while and you will see that the unanticipated happenings, the surprises and failures are actually the best bits veiled as misfortune.

  • Yamuca Italian Social Network By Yamuca Frank
    Experience Italy Traveling in Italy is suite to whatever type of personality you might have. Whether you're a food lover, a fashion fiend, an art .... venue where people can connect, chat with and express themselves. Membership is free so register through this website and take part in user forums today.

  • Aztec and the City of Tenochtitlan - A Brief History By Yudika Avicenna
    With the Aztecs, archaeology merges fully with history. The picture and rebus writing of the Aztec manuscripts and the accounts of Bernal Diaz del Castillo .... potters, jewelers, featherworkers, and metal-workers – were craft specialists. Luxury articles for the aristocracy accounted for much of what they produced.

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