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Ice Cream Breakfasts and Asian Restaurants: Tradition and Memory
Tradition, derived from the Latin 'trado,' to hand over, helps bind families together.
June 26, 2019
The Centuries-Old French Tradition of Making Pots With Clay, Rope, and Wood
The photographs show an almost quintessential French landscape, where a vast expanse of green grass disappears into a ...
June 6, 2019
Change and Tradition
Commentary I recently had the honor of speaking at a U.S. military base, and the topic assigned to ...
May 16, 2019
Gary L. Gregg
The Disappearing Art of Vanishing Fore-Edge Painting
“Wow! I didn’t see that coming.” For over 40 years, these have been the words that fore-edge painter ...
April 2, 2019
Faith Is the Moral Foundation of America
Commentary For many religious Americans, the apocalypse is looming, dire and ominous. Widespread abandonment and ridicule of traditional ...
February 27, 2019
New York’s Feast of San Gennaro and Preserving Tradition
NEW YORK—When Danny Fratta was growing up in Little Italy, a neighborhood in Lower Manhattan, there was a ...
October 12, 2018
16 Exhibitions: ‘Crafting a More Human Future’
For centuries, master artisans all over Europe have made exquisite objects by hand. These objects are as individual ...
September 13, 2018
AtelierGK Firenze: Books Bound by Tradition
FLORENCE, ITALY—Walking through the heart of Florence’s historic quarter, up the narrow street of Borgo San Frediano renowned ...
August 10, 2018
The Fate of Rush Matting in the Hands of Felicity Irons
Felicity Irons is one of the last rush matters working in the UK and runs the only business ...
July 23, 2018
London: ‘Japan in One Building’
Thirty flower messengers, reminiscent of the flower sellers in Japan’s traditional Edo period, walked the streets of Kensington ...
July 13, 2018
Chapter Seven: Destruction of the Family (Part I)
Communism believes that the family is a form of private ownership. To eliminate private ownership, therefore, it follows ...
July 12, 2018
Editorial Team of "The Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party"
Basking Ridge Citizens Mourn at Prospect of 600-Year-Old Oak Tree Dying
To residents of Basking Ridge, New Jersey, the most beloved icon of the community is an oak tree. The ...
June 29, 2016
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
Ancient Stone of Strength Lifted for First Time in Living Memory
Welsh strongman Mark Jeanes has succeeded in a legendary test of strength, where many have failed.
July 27, 2015
City in Focus: Viva Formosa
When European explorers reached the shores of the island of Taiwan, they called it "Formosa," Portuguese for beautiful. ...
May 29, 2015
What You Need to Know About the Year of the Sheep
Thursday, Feb. 19, 2015, marks the start of the Year of the Sheep according to the traditional Chinese ...
February 18, 2015
Viral: Amazing Moment; USA Basketball vs New Zealand’s Haka Dance
A video that has gone very viral, we see the Tall Blacks' perform their traditional haka dance in ...
September 4, 2014
Work or Leisure: a French Study on Living Conditions
PARIS—Cabinet shuffle, rising unemployment, a freeze in salaries … What is the true yearning of the French people? ...
September 2, 2014
The Ancient Japanese Shrine Dedicated to Curing Hemorrhoids
Japan is known for having its fair share of unique and unusual ancient shrines and associated festivals. The ...
August 4, 2014
‘Loch Ness Monster’ Caught on Apple Maps?
A group of Loch Ness Monster enthusiasts say they've sighted the legendary Scottish beast via satellite images on ...
April 22, 2014
Epoch Times Staff
Are Captains Required to Go Down With Their Ships?
"The captain goes down with the ship" is a long standing tradition for some countries. But what happens ...
April 20, 2014
Carnival of Venice 2014—Masks and Mystique (Photos)
The Carnival of Venice dates back to the 12th century, supposedly to celebrate and memorialize a military victory. ...
April 6, 2014
Nutrition Advice – Why We Always Get it Wrong
The latest news this weekend that new studies show no danger from saturated fat again demonstrates how little ...
March 21, 2014
Carol A. Hoernlein P.E.
Bigfoot Isn’t the Only Elusive Creature Said to Roam the Canadian Wilds (+Videos of Wendigo, Ogopogo Sightings)
"Wendigo, wendigo, its eyes are ice and indigo ..." Creatures of Native Canadian lore continue to be allegedly ...
March 8, 2014
Daily Life, South Korea – November 2012 (Photos)
Photographs of daily life in South Korea by Epoch Times photojournalist, Jarrod Hall.
November 17, 2012
Sleigh Bells Ring at Barkerville Historic Town
A horse-drawn sleigh takes people for a ride around Barkerville, B.C.'s gold rush town located near the Cariboo ...
December 8, 2011
Epoch Times Staff
Dusting Off the Hidden World of Typewriters
Ernest Hemingway’s typewriter reeked of brandy and cigarettes. The top cover was missing. Family members told the collector ...
November 8, 2011
Republicans Introduce Bill To Label Antifa Domestic Terrorists After Attack on ICE Facility
Trump Working to Release Rapper A$AP Rocky From Swedish Jail
Iran Says It Seized British Oil Tanker in Strait of Hormuz
Rep. Ilhan Omar’s Republican Opponent Raises Concerns About Pattern of Traffic Violations
Chinese Funded Coal-Fired Power Plants Faces Rejection in Kenya
, Special to The Epoch Times
Heat Wave to Hit Much of the US With the Hottest Temperatures in Years
Strong Quake Hits Near Greek Capital of Athens, Sparks Fear
The Associated Press