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French the natural way : un peu de ‎culture‏

Coucou les French learners, This week, I want to show you a bit of my culture, the French culture, from fashion to sport to food. When you understand the culture, you understand the language too and vice and versa. French elegance: Hubert de Givenchy Sadly, Hubert de Givenchy died this week. He was

ALICEAYEL.COM - 2018-03-17 15:33:35

Throwaway ‎culture‏

We live in a throwaway culture compared to our forefathers, the Greatest Generation. They went through the Great Depression, a time when everything and everyone was valuable. People had little and they desperately needed each other. Today's culture says you can't possibly be happy with what you have

TEMPLE DAILY TELEGRAM - 2018-03-17 09:00:00

Event : Design to ‎Culture‏

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EVENTBRITE.COM - 2018-03-16 21:52:54

70 Years of ‎culture‏ in Pakistan

I have always wanted to share my observation and experience of Pakistan's cultural evolution and trajectory, but due to certain life events and hectic nature of my routines, it took me lot of time to narrate it. In 1947, the only issue was of physical survival. Those who to survived the bloody migra

DAILYTIMES - 2018-03-16 20:25:33

Culinary book elaborates Koreans ' eating ‎culture‏

Food is an important part of a culture and Korea is no exception. Korea has a lot of unique food and there is a tradition of having steamed rice with side dishes as a daily meal. A new book "Korean Food 102" gives an introduction to the food culture of Korea from the perspective of an American who l

KOREATIMES.CO.KR - 2018-03-16 07:35:00

The ‎culture‏ of finance

Shelia Kolhatkar's Black Edge is a cracking good read about how the growth of hedge funds was rocket-fuelled by their extensive reliance on insider trading. The focus of the story is Steve Cohen's SAC capital. The abuse was enabled by the fact that the regulators were slow to cotton on to the scale


Tuaregs celebrate ‎culture‏ in Niger Sahara festival

Tuaregs in northern Niger are hoping to draw tourists back to the region by putting their traditional dances, music poetry and camel races on display. Despite concerns about Islamic extremism throughout the Sahel region in West Africa, organizers recently hosted more than 1,000 visitors to a cultu


‎culture‏ lane

A London art adviser has spent more than 110m bulk buying 13 works of art by Picasso on behalf of unnamed wealthy clients. Harry Smith, executive chairman and managing director of the art advisory firm Gurr Johns, bought four Picasso works, including a 1937 portrait of the artist's lover Marie-Ther