- The Do's and Don'ts of Eating in Fancy Restaurants
If you do not usually eat at fancy restaurants but a special gathering force you to, it is time to start to learn proper dinner table etiquette to avoid suffering from social embarrassment Though learning how to eat in five-star restaurants may...
By John Schofield
- The Hippie Lifestyle - Why it Still is Relevant?
The 1960s was the period when the Hippie subculture started as a youth movement in the United States and quickly began to symbolize the disaffection of the youth with accepted social values of the time. Hippies had a lifestyle all of their own...
By Felix Lehmann
- Mythology of Sterling Silver Jewellery
Silver jewellery is steeped in mythology by all of the cultures which have used it in their cultures. Part of many religious ceremonies, offerings and symbols, silver has been used for thousands of years.
By Derek Rogers
- The Importance of Fashion
Fashion nowadays is very important for a variety of reasons. Other people around you perceive you by the way you present yourself. Dressing up appropriately will help you give a good impression on others and people will see you...
By Irsan Komarga
- A Comparison of the Eastern and Western Dragon
The Dragon has been an integral part of the folklore of several countries for centuries together now. While there are legends galore surrounding them, the question as to whether these creatures really existed is still not clear.
By Felix Lehmann
- The Bird - Phoenix
Mythology has its place in human mind since early days. We human beings believe in mythology and worship several creatures known for their extraordinary power and ability.
By Sheena Vc
- Understanding the Culture of Muslim Women
The position of Muslim women in their society is different from other cultures. Their society is largely patriarchal, and even the effects of urbanization and industrialization have not completely changed that.
By Roger Thompson
- The Tamil Brahmin Culture
Tamil Brahmin is not just a language or a group of people, it is a culture on its own. The name "Tamil" derives from "Damila" which refers to an ancient non-Aryan people, as documented in early Buddhist records. Their roots come from Pakistan...
By James Gunaseelan