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18 People Describe The Unwritten Laws Of Their Country

April 28, 2015 | No Comments » | Topics: Culture |

1. Mainland China: Do not buy traditional Chinese silk clothes and from a shop also sells wreath. (no matter how beautiful they are) Those clothes are for dead people, and that shop is a shroud shop. You have no idea how horrifying to see a foreigner wearing them and walking down the street.

2. Vietnam – commit to crossing the road. I know it looks scary due to the endless scooter stampede but if you just cross at a steady pace, they’ll avoid you. Do not try to dodge or make sudden movements, you will get your ass hit and there will be no sympathy.

3. In Malaysia, it is absolutely normal for someone to ask you what race you are. It’s not meant to be offensive, just general curiousity.

4. Finland: Do not go too near anyone. Our personal space is huge.

5. When going to a friend’s house and the family offers you have dinner with them, it is impolite to say no. Also, they would insist that you stay over in case you’ve had too much a lambanog and will give you the next best mattress they have. Before you leave, accept the leftover they give should you be hungry on your way back home.

Filipino hospitality at its essence.

6. In America, if you rent a bike, you should be aware that even if the bike lane is painted onto the street in a rainbow pattern with flashing neon lights, nobody gives a shit. You are not safe in the bike lane.

7. I’m gonna give you guys some guidelines for southern Italy anyway:


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19 Must Try Street Food From Around The World

April 24, 2015 | No Comments » | Topics: Culture, Food |


Where to Eat It: Ho Chi Minh City

Bánh mì is a term for all types of bread in Vietnamese, but it’s become synonymous with a mouthwatering sandwich that might best be described as a Vietnamese hoagie. A product of French colonialism in Southeast Asia, the bánh mì seamlessly combines Western and Eastern ingredients. Fillings vary, but a standard bánh mì consists of a baguette stuffed with meat (perhaps grilled pork, meatballs, or cold cuts), cucumber slices, sprigs of cilantro, pickled carrots and daikon, liver pâté, and a swipe of mayonnaise. They’re increasingly popular and easy to find in the West (in somewhat less-authentic forms), but the best place to eat one is still on the streets of Saigon.



Where to Eat It: Istanbul

Translated as “roll”, dürüm is a wrap made with flatbreads like Armenian lavash or Turkishyufka. Inside the wrap, you’ll find typical typical döner kebab ingredients: spiced meat—usually lamb, though chicken or a beef-veal combination are sometimes options—cooked on a vertical spit then sliced off and topped with tomatoes, onions, cucumbers, and lettuce, along with herb-laden yogurt and hot sauce. If you’ve ever spent a late night out in a European city, you’ve likely had one of these to soak up some alcohol—döner (also known as shawarma) is arguably Germany’s most popular street food—but the Turkish version, in which the rolled wrap is grilled to maximize crispiness, is as good as it gets.


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The Side Of Iran The Media Doesn’t Show You

April 13, 2015 | No Comments » | Topics: Culture |

Over 20 years of news and photos from Iran were fairly uniform: a woman in a burqa, public executions, demonstrations with burning flags and rumors of nuclear weapons. However, the reality of everyday life in this ancient country is more complex and perse.


Drunk girls enjoying the party. Although there was a relative, men and women are forbidden to socialize and relax together, many ignore the law in their homes.


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Portraits of Grandmas and Their Cuisine From Around the World

April 3, 2015 | No Comments » | Topics: Culture, Food |

Haiti (Lambi in Creole Sauce)


Egypt, Kuoshry (Pasta, Rice and Legumes Pie)


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The Life Of Mongolian Reindeer People Captured In Stunning Photographs

March 25, 2015 | No Comments » | Topics: Culture, Photography |


In Northern Mongolia, there exists a strong alliance between people and reindeer and that’s why they are called the Reindeer People. Photographer Hamid Sardar-Afkhami is a scholar in Mongolian and Tibetan languages, with a Phd from Harvard. He lived in and explored the outer Mongolian regions for years and documented it in several fascinating photography series.

Here is a peek into the unique and disappearing lives of the Reindeer People in Mongolia.



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Stunning Portraits Of The World’s Remotest Tribes Before They Pass Away

March 18, 2015 | No Comments » | Topics: Culture, Photography |

Kazakh, Mongolia


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Animal Sounds In Different Languages

March 4, 2015 | No Comments » | Topics: Animals, Culture |

animals sounds in different language


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This Is What School Lunches Looks Like Around The World

February 24, 2015 | No Comments » | Topics: Culture, Food |

About 32 million children in the US eat cafeteria school lunches every day. As a nation with a childhood obesity epidemic, Sweetgreen—an organization that seeks to battle childhood obesity and promote healthy eating habits for children—decided to take a look at what these kids actually have for lunch at school. The organization also takes a look at the school lunches that children from around the world typically eat, to further examine where America falls in comparison.

Italy: Local fish with arugula, pasta, caprese salad, bread, and grapes.



Spain: Shrimp with brown rice, gazpacho, bread, peppers, and an orange.



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These Photos Of Women Around The World Shows Us That Beauty Has No Boundaries

February 20, 2015 | No Comments » | Topics: Culture, Photography |

Tibetan Plateau, China


Mihaela Noroc is a photographer from Romania. She quit her job and left everything behind to travel around the globe and photograph the uniqueness of natural feminine beauty in different environments and cultures. She calls her project “The Atlas Of Beauty.”

Her drive stems from an observation of society’s standards and expectations of beauty and how these standards put women in boxes — boxes in which no woman has agreed to.

“Global trends make us look and behave the same, but we are all beautiful because we are different. In the end, beauty is in the eye of the beholder, and the beholder is always somebody else. My goal is to continue and take photos of women from each country of the globe, making ‘The Atlas Of Beauty’ a mirror of our diverse societies and an inspiration for people that try to remain authentic.”

You can find more of Noroc’s work on Facebook.

Maramures, Romania


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This is What Happens When Americans are Asked to Label Europe and Brits are Asked to Label the US

February 19, 2015 | 1 Comment » | Topics: Culture, Interesting |

Americans Were Asked to Label a Map of Europe


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