Dempsey and Firpo

George Bellows’ piece titled Dempsey and Firpo represents the fight on the century in the nineteenth hundred between an American heavyweight champion Jack Dempsey and his Argentine rival Luis Angel Firpo. This piece was made in 1924 as Bellows sat ringside sketching, and later deciding to turn one of the sketches into a painting (Art … Read more

The Reasons Caused the Voseo Popularity in Argentina

The “vos” appellation is applied disproportionately in Hispanic America. While in Central America and Argentina the “vos” appellation has become widespread, in other regions like the Spanish Caribbean and in countries like Mexico, its use is severely limited or non-existent … such are the reasons by which the “vos” appellation has covered its current scope … Read more

Porfirio Diaz Contribution

Porfirio Diaz Contribution in Mexican History He ruled Mexico with an iron fist for 35 years, from 1876 to 1911. His period of rule, referred to as the Porfiriato, was marked by great progress and modernization and the Mexican economy boomed. The benefits were felt by very few, however, as millions of peons labored in … Read more

Modern Mexican artists: Daniel Guzman

Daniel Guzman is an artist working primarily in drawing, painting, sculpture, and installation. His drawings have various influences, including popular culture, serial killers, sexualized women, literature, and music. Guzman began drawing at the age of eight during a time in which his family was frequently moved house; he credits his art practice with easing the … Read more

What Is Plea Bargaining?

In our Canadian Criminal Justice system, there are many issues that need to be changed, improved or completely demolished by the government. Me as a criminology student, I would like to target the issue of plea bargaining. Plea Bargaining is an agreement in a criminal case between the prosecutor and the defendant, that usually involves … Read more

Essay of Costa Rica

Costa Rica. Just the name sounds relaxing. Costa Rica is a beautiful country filled with so many places. Were gonna find out Costa Rica’s climate, their language and it’s location. So come along while I introduce you to Costa Rica! Let’s get started with climate. The Pacific coast around Guanacaste, on the other hand is … Read more

The rise of Multilatinas

Latin America (LA) is increasingly acting like the headquarter of internationally orientated firms (Goldstein, 2010). The favorable evolution and economic growth of Latin American countries have largely contributed to the development of firms and the emergence of multinationals, referred to as Multilatinas. Riviera & Soto (2010) define them as “those MNEs originated in Latin America … Read more


EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Brazil allows vast geographical area with mountain trails. Brazilians express their interest towards outdoor activities specially cycling. Due to lack of knowledge, some Brazilians of smaller cities don’t know about benefits of bicycling. Because of that some Brazilians are facing some health problems. Cycling is cost efficient as well as non-polluting, the environment, … Read more

The Plurinational State of Bolivia

he Plurinational State of Bolivia is an emerging nuclear weapon country that pursues only the development of peaceful nuclear energy technology. On the 6th of March 2016 we signed an accord with Russian company Rosatom who agreed to help build infrastructure for a nuclear complex. Bolivia is a member of Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) since 1970 … Read more

The official language act in Canada

Do you ever think that why Canada has two official languages? the Royal Commission on Bilingualism Commission recommended that Canada should be declared officially bilingual by making French and English the official languages of the federal Parliament and courts. on September 9, 1969, the Official Languages Act was passed. The Act declared: The English and … Read more

Sadie book review

This book completely and utterly broke my heart, in the best way possible! I had never heard of Courtney Summer or about her books before. I stumbled upon this one quite accidentally when I saw one of my favourite reviewers giving it a 5 star rating on goodreads. I was curious and when I found … Read more

Music in Mexico

Mexico is known for some things that range from its lovely shorelines to its little remarkable towns to its sustenance, yet another part of Mexican culture that additionally emerges, is its numerous types of music. At the point when individuals consider music of Mexico, they regularly consider mariachi or banda and the moves that are … Read more

Canadian Political Structure

Canada’s government can be described in four ways because it’s so complex. It can be defined as a constitutional monarchy, a party system, a representative democracy, and a federal government. A constitutional monarchy is when a country is associated with a monarch, a king or queen, while the actual governing of the country is done … Read more

Defining Moments In Canadian History

The 20th century was a very depressing, brutal, and overall gruesome time for the world because of the 108 million lives that were lost to war. In Canadian history, there has been countless events, actions, and decisions that we can call defining moments in our history. During the 20th century, Canada had grown to a … Read more

Should Quebec Separate From Canada?

A topic consistently debated within Canada is whether or not Quebec should become a sovereign country. Quebec is the largest province in Canada and is the only one to have French as its official first language. They have been struggling for its independence since around the 1960s. A few referendums have been held by Quebec’s … Read more

History of mimosa pudica

Mimosa pudica was first identified in Brazil. It is a perennial shrub which is now considered a pantropical invasive weed. Many plant species show two types of movements of the anatomical parts. Nyctinastic movements also known as sleeping movements, occur in response to changes in visible light. Seismonastic movements occur in response to other stimuli … Read more

Homicide Of Lynn Breadon – The First Time In History Dna From A Tooth Was Used To Solve A Criminal Case

The case investigation of the remains of a burned body began when a janitor noticed the remains at the bottom of a dumpster while going to throw out the trash in Vancouver, British Columbia. There were many problems encountered in this case investigation. Firstly, it was nearly impossible to identify any DNA, flesh of skin, … Read more