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The Poinsettia, Mexico’s Traditional Christmas Plant
The poinsettia has become a traditional Christmas plant with its connections to Christmas originating...
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Common Products With Toxins and Their Healthy Alternatives, Part II – Candles
Although artificial light has become indispensable since the 19th century invention of the light bulb...
In White House Thanksgiving Tradition, Biden Pardons Two Turkeys
WASHINGTON — U.S. President Joe Biden, wearing his trademark aviator sunglasses, pardoned two turkeys...
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Tradition and Spirit Behind the Day of the Dead
Remembering the deceased has been at the core of many traditional rituals and celebrations. This especially...
Belgians Hold Relay Race Across Pond in Hollowed-out Pumpkins
With fall in full swing, people all around the world have begun sharing their favorite traditions and...
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Chocolate Santafereño: A Traditional Colombian Treat
To truly understand chocolate Santafereño, imagine waking up to the sound of the morning radio, playing...
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Reunite With Family Under a Full Moon! China’s Mid-Autumn Festival
Each year Chinese people — especially those who live far from home — make notorious efforts to reunite...
China’s Glorious Culture Preserved Through Traditional Education Deteriorated Quickly Under Communism
Teaching is considered one of the noblest of occupations. Traditional education not only educates the...
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March 15: Beware The Ides of March
Every year, March 15 is branded with a mysterious and gloomy connotation. Movies, books and television...
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Valentine’s Day – The Origin and Development of a Lovers’ Holiday
People all over the world will celebrate Valentine's Day on Monday, February 14, 2022, for the third...