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Post A: Sustainable Traditions

Figure [1] Chris Ashton, 2013, ‘Local women peeling the banana stalks into strips’

By Catrina Xu

The practice of traditional Japanese textile techniques has long survived through generations. 707 more words


Blog C: Chinese New Year

Singapore is a very multi-cultural society, that is represented by its diverse range of celebrated public holidays. These include, “Chinese New Year”, the Buddhist “Vesak Day”, The Muslim “Hari Raya Puasa” and Hindu “Deepavali”. 970 more words



Bukovina – a picturesque region in Western Ukraine, in which were saved many ancient traditions. One of them, which our ancestors have passed from generation to generation, and now we support it is Jordan Celebration or Baptism of Christ, in which the water is blessed. 367 more words


Ancient Recipe: Pullum Particum (parthanan chicken stew)

In late 2016 it came to my attention that   archaeologist had  unearthed a  great deal of  Roman pottery just outside of Naples Italy in the ancient city of… 310 more words


About Italian Food Culture

I am pleasantly surprised with the wonderful weather that we are having here in London lately, it’s sunny, the sky is blue, there is no wind. 919 more words


Margazhi Month Kolam - Spiritual and Scientific reasons behind that!

In Tamil NaduMargazhi Month comes in between December and January. It usually starts around Dec 16 and ends around Jan 15. Usually in front of every home in Tamil Nadu during this month, women draw a Rangoli or Kolam, it could be in any form either geometrical figures or some other patterns. 305 more words

Random Stuffs

Cold enough for you?

As it is the new year and the temperatures are usually in the minus numbers for the majority of the day, I am actually reminded of the autumn day I was out walking the dog in one of the nearby fields.   487 more words