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  • The History of Reality TV By Vaughn Alaine-marshall
    Reality TV is not all that modern a phenomenon. The very first reality TV show was Candid Camera by Allen Funt which was telecast in 1948. The show caught .... debut novel provides a new perspective on reality TV. Read this book if you are a reality show fan or you can’t stand the airwaves they travel through...

  • The Chinese New Year Dinner By Ray Ritchey
    The Chinese love to eat. Being full is the ultimate sign of wellness. Feeding and eating together is a sign of affection. Families eat when getting .... plate is not allowed, as this signifies that something will eat into the family fortune. Chopsticks should also be of equal length to represent harmony.

  • Chinese Zodiac: Characteristics of the 12 Animal Signs By Ray Ritchey
    Millions of people across the planet subscribe to the Chinese Zodiac belief system. The Chinese Zodiac uses 12 animals that each represents a year in the .... 2019, 2031 Compatible with: Rabbit and Sheep Some famous Pig People: Arnold Schwarzenegger, Thomas Jefferson, Alfred Hitchcock, and David Letterman

  • Why Are Reality Shows So Popular By Vaughn Alaine-marshall
    Switch on the television at any time of the day, you are almost sure to find a reality show on some channel or the other. Chances are that you have watched .... continue endorsing them and we will continue watching them as long as the average human being continues to derive much pleasure from being a fly on the wall.

  • Depth Perception - Deciphering Hindu Iconography By Uday Gunjikar
    The iconography of the Hindu culture and religion can be pretty bizarre and terrifying. Having grown up in India, I have found parts of it to be downright .... Gunjikar. The current episode takes the viewer to the Wine Country of Sonoma, CA and future episodes will visit Calcutta, India and other locations worldwide!

  • Weaving the Tribal Sidhe Together By Elizabeth Kirwin
    The tribal Sidhe have a history that predates the written word. This history is kept alive by this half-human race – who are the keepers of their own .... The Sidhe are certainly worth discovering. Avery opens the door of the ineffable, making the tribe familiar to us through their tales of sorrow and joy.

  • Halloween and Its Spooky History By Benedict Smythe
    Halloween is one of the most enjoyable and funniest events celebrated yearly. It is enjoyed by both children and grown-ups. Aside from the joy and thrill .... associate it with death, ghosts and evil. Now that you know how Halloween started, you have more ideas on how to make your party even more thrilling. GP

  • A Look At Kenyan Culture By Mon Businge
    While Kenya culture has evolved to encompass Western, Asian and Arab influences, it still retains a distinctly African identity. Examples of the dominant .... near the Masai Mara, Amboseli, Samburu, Lake Victoria, Mombasa and Lamu and that can be visited during a safari to these popular tourist destinations.

  • Dos and Don’t: Chinese Culture By Ashu Kaushik
    Chinese people may be changing fast, however they are still highly traditional and very particular about their cultural values. Paying respect to their .... about China unless you want to grab lot of attention. • When dubious about something, follow the proverb: watch Chinese people and do what they do.

  • Labor Day and Beyond By Tony Francis
    Driving in September on Florida’s roads and highways presents some special challenges for motor vehicle operators who happen to be Floridians. This .... safety procedures and driving with proper caution and respect for the rules of the road remains important not only on Labor Day – but for weeks beyond.

  • Spanish Fiestas and Festivals By Reeva Jackson
    Colorful Spanish fiestas and festivals are as unique and diverse as the nation and her peoples. While most of the Spanish fiestas and festivals are celebrated .... fight in which the participants (typically everyone in town, locals and visiting tourists alike) throw tomatoes, shirts and other objects at one another.

  • Express gratitude on thanksgiving By Aunt Annie
    Everyone worldwide knows that Thanksgiving is a holiday celebrated primarily in Canada and the United States. This day is not the same in both the country .... an everlasting impressing in the mind of the viewer. Even you can spread the joy by this effective medium on the special occasion of Thanksgiving.

  • RACE Today- Can We Really Talk About It? By Nan Ray
    Race, race - everything’s ‘bout race? This should be lyrics to some new song. Everywhere we turn some media personality in America is reporting on race .... Inequities - Racial Civility - Racial Heat vs. Racial Light Abusive use of the Race Card - Racist Attitude - Racially Motivated Animosity Post Racial America

  • Why We Give Presents At Christmas By Paul Smith
    Every year on December 25th we celebrate the tradition of giving gifts to our friends, family and loved ones whilst very few of us understand the reasoning .... give presents to our friends, family and loved ones as a sign that we value and care for them, rarely because of the history that surrounds Christmas.

  • The Nafaqah in Islam By Prof. Gabriel Sawma
    In Islamic Shari’a, nafaqa is defined as an obligation of material support for the wife and children. This is a gendered entity in Islamic marriage, as .... the Islamic Shari’a; but once made, it can be enforced by the religious court. Republishing of this article is hereby granted by the author.

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