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Agents of Faith Exhibition Examines Humanity’s Hopes
A park ranger passing by the Vietnam Veterans Memorial called one morning and said, "Some fools have left a motorcycle at The Wall."
September 18, 2018
Young Native American model preserves her culture through her work
Daunnette Reyome always had an aspiration to become a model. Ever since she was a young child, she ...
July 21, 2018
Communism and Culture: Death by Epistemology
With 68 percent of all Americans believing that Adolf Hitler killed more people than Josef Stalin, with only ...
March 8, 2017
Stunning Stepwell in India is One of the Deepest in the World (Video)
Rajasthan, India, is home to one of the largest and most visually stunning stepwells in the world.
September 28, 2016
Bringing the World Closer Together With Choral Singing
By the time California State University East Bay nailed down a permanent home in Hayward, Calif., in 1959, ...
June 28, 2016
5 Food Scraps We Should Actually Be Putting in Our Meals
Every culture has food waste. Some food waste is completely unavoidable. Yet, what one culture considers waste, another may ...
April 12, 2016
Video: Woman Harasses White Student for Wearing Dreadlocks: ‘It’s My Culture’
A video posted online shows a black women blocking the path and pulling the arms of a white ...
March 29, 2016
Umberto Eco, Author of ‘The Name of the Rose,’ Dead at 84
Umberto Eco started with a novel that set the world's imagination on fire.
February 20, 2016
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Britain’s Last Clog Maker Keeps a Traditional Craft Alive
For the love of the ancient craft, Brit Jeremy Atkinson has decided to dedicate his whole life to ...
February 19, 2016
From Warsaw to New York, a Search for Traditional Chinese Culture
In China, traditional Chinese culture is no longer celebrated in its authentic form. Piotr Huang’s search to understand ...
February 8, 2016
Italy’s Creative Approach to Counterterrorism
The announcement earlier last week that the Italian Government will match any new spending on new counterterrorism measures ...
December 9, 2015
Bringing Down the Black General: A Chinese Folktale
Our vigilante must first enlighten the locals about the tyrant's depraved nature—only having conquered their fear can they ...
October 3, 2015
How This Korean Entertainment Host Is Changing the Way We View Celebrities
Hyesoo Yoon is an entertainment television producer and host who refuses to cover gossip or scandals. Yet somehow, ...
May 22, 2015
A Real Life Narnia’s Closet: New York Botanical Garden
New York City has an alternate universe: a 250-acre garden in the Bronx, where century-old pink and white ...
May 1, 2015
First Female Mariachi Band in New York Empowers More Than Women
“You guys aren’t Mexican!” is a comment that the members of Mariachi Flor De Toloache often hear after ...
March 6, 2015
A Cross Cultural Negotiation Example: How to Overcome Cultural Barriers
After recently losing an important deal in India, a business negotiator learned that her counterpart felt as if ...
March 6, 2015
Music Cuts Across Cultures
The researchers explain, in a recent article in Frontiers in Psychology, that although the groups felt quite differently ...
January 9, 2015
Immerse yourself in the culture of Grand Bahama Island with CocoNutz Cruisers
When does an activity transcend into an experience? The answer: when what you do for the moment blossoms into ...
January 6, 2015
Tamar Alexia Fleishman
Merriam-Webster Names ‘Culture’ Word of the Year
A nation, a workplace, an ethnicity, a passion, an outsized personality. The people who comprise these things, who ...
December 15, 2014
Icelandic Culture Shows Meaning of Hospitality
I have perhaps been the recipient of more regularly given small acts of kindness in Iceland than in ...
December 11, 2014
Today, the Mayan culture is recognized for its spectacular art, impressive architecture, and sophisticated mathematical and astronomical systems ...
November 17, 2014
Reinventing Paris? Yes, if You Save Paris
A world premiere. It was on Nov. 3 at the Pavillon of Arsenal: Anne Hidalgo, the mayor of ...
November 11, 2014
A Japanese Town Creates Works of Art in Rice Fields (Video)
The small town of Inakadate located in northern Japan utilizes genetically modified rice stalks to create elaborate art ...
November 9, 2014
Two NYC Museums Tell of Chinese-American Experiences
Both start from the very beginnings of modern contact between America and China, and end in the present ...
November 4, 2014
Dia de Los Muertos at Mexican Festival
During Dia de Los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, the cultures of ancient Mexico paid respect to ...
October 29, 2014
Epoch Times Staff
The Last Hieroglyphic Language on Earth and an Ancient Culture Fighting to Survive
The Dongba symbols are an ancient system of pictographic glyphs created by the founder of the Bön religious ...
October 21, 2014
Historical Figures: Su Wu: Loyal Diplomat and ‘Lonely Shepherd’ for 19 Years
During the early years of the Han Dynasty (漢朝) (206 B.C.–A.D. 220), there was much turmoil on China's ...
October 13, 2014
IMF Chief Says Coronavirus Could Hurt Global Growth in 2020
Nancy Pelosi Says Joe Biden Could Still Win Presidency
Businesses Urge White House to Counter China in Quantum and AI Research
40 Americans on Quarantined Cruise Have Coronavirus: Top US Official
Ivanka Trump Lauds Saudi Arabia, UAE on Women’s Rights Reforms
Audit Shows Indiana Paid $1.1 Million on Behalf of Dead Medicaid Beneficiaries
First Death Due to Coronavirus Reported in Taiwan
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‘No Investigations’ Into Key Impeachment Witness Vindman: Army
Yemen’s Air Strikes Kill 31 Civilians After Saudi Jet Crash
Man Quarantined Amid Coronavirus Outbreak Says He Doesn’t Want to Be Evacuated