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A Visual Guide to Halloween & Its History

02 Oct

Whether you love getting dressed up, eating a ton of candy or using this festive fall holiday as a way to connect with friends and family, have you ever wondered how it got started?  Some civilizations began Halloween traditions as far as 3,000 years ago.  Other traditions are more recent.

By looking at the visual guide to the history of Halloween below, you’ll discover fun facts like how trick-or-treating began in England as well as customs from all over the world and throughout human history.

A visual guide to the history of Halloween

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A Visual Guide to Japanese Customs & Culture

25 Aug

Japan (Nihon), the Land of the Rising Sun, is a country that seamlessly blends old traditions with modern ideals, booming industry with lush nature, and the logical with the supernatural. Whether you’re planning to travel to, need to send a gift to Japan for a celebration, or just want to learn about the culture, this guide will help you discover more about its vast history, mythologies, and holidays as you navigate your way on your far out journey to the Far East.

A Guide to Japanese Customs & Culture

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9 Pastries That’ll Make You Rethink Your Sweet Tooth!

05 Jun

When you think of cakes and pastries you probably get hungry.  Let’s see how you feel after reading about these “unlucky 9”.

9 cakes and pastries you'll be afraid of

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11 Travel Destinations for Gluten Free Foodies

20 Apr

When your diet calls for gluten free foods, international travel can be tricky. To help make planning your next dream vacation easier, below you’ll find 11 destinations with great options for gluten-free dining, how to pronounce “Gluten Free” in the local language as well as a few restaurants known for their gluten free options and delicious eats.

But don’t stop at the bottom of the infographic, we’ve got more restaurants listed in the post below.

International Gluten Free Travel Ideas for Foodies

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The Mythical, Legendary Creatures of Christmas

27 Jul

Around the world, different cultures have different Christmas Eve traditions. Here you’ll discover some of the characters or creatures who, legend has it, may come calling on children…depending on if they’re naughty or nice.
Mythical and legendary creatures of Christmas

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How to Celebrate Ramadan – Food, Fasting & More.

13 Jun

From fasting to food and the cultural history behind this important Muslim holiday, the infographic below will help you learn the basics about celebrating Ramadan.

How to celebrate Ramadan

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[Infographic] A Guide to Filipino Culture & Traditions

23 May

The Philippines have a rich culture steeped with 1,000’s of years of history and traditions.  The infographic below will help you learn about this vibrant nation, their beliefs and even discover some of their mythological creatures.  If you continue to scroll down the page, you’ll be able to add your own favorite Filipino customs and facts in the comments section.

Filipino Culture and Traditions Infographic
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