Sree Padmanabhaswamy Temple

Sree Padmanabhaswamy Temple is located in the city of statues,Thiruvananthapuram. It is dedicated to Lord Vishnu. The name Thiruvananthapuram means The city of Anantha referring to the deity of Padmanabhaswamy Temple. This temple is an indigenous fusion of Kerala and Dravidian styles of architecture. It is one of the 108 sacred Vishnu temples called as … Read more

The first Philippine Republic

It all started in the centuries of Spanish rule over the Philippines. The revolutionary forces took steps to form a functioning government called the Republic of Biak-na-Bato. However, it was never fully implemented. Finally, after several battles between the Spanish and Philippine Revolutionary Army, a truce was signed called the Pact of Biak-na-Bato in 1897. … Read more

Japanese invasion of Manchuria –

Manchuria is a historical region in China that contains modern provinces Liaoning (south), Jilin (central), and Heilongjiang (north) and the northeastern portion, Inner Mongolia, which was attacked by the Japanese in the 1930’s. The Japanese wanted to expand their empire because their population was increasing rapidly. An over populated country would easily be fixed if … Read more

MINISO external environment analysis (PESTEL)

In this case, Malaysia is selected as environment analysis model Political environment Malaysia’s current political situation bring impact towards MINISO in retail business. First and foremost, Malaysia’s government policies will affect MINISO business operation, such as Malaysia imposed GST and withholding tax toward business companies. Amarjeet Singh from Ernst and Young spoke about that businesses … Read more

BEST PLACES TO VISIT IN INDIA

Being the non residential India, I always had in mind to visit India’s best places during long holidays. Though it is my birth place but I breathe in foreign air from the childhood. While schooling, we were often given the brief lectures about the beauty and importance of the specific landscape in India. Since then … Read more

Martial Law Under Field Marshal Ayub Khan [1958-62]

Martial Law Under Field Marshal Ayub Khan [1958-62] On October 7, 1958, President Iskander Mirza abrogated the Constitution and declared Martial Law in the country. This was the first of many military regimes to mar Pakistan’s history. With this step, the Constitution of 1956 was abrogated, ministers were dismissed, Central and Provincial Assemblies were dissolved … Read more

Main Issues Of Singapore’s Economy: Inflation, Unemployment, Gross Domestic Product (Gdp)

Singapore is a small country with a population of 5.6073 millions people. Since its separation from Malaysia, it has proved itself to be one of the fastest ever growing nation, becoming a first world country without any natural resources. Her economy is considered one of the most competitive among the all the developed country, boasting … Read more

What Is Kamikaze, “The Divine Wind” And All About It

What is Kamikaze? Kamikaze is a Japanese word that directly translates to ‘Divine Wind’. In 1281, when Mongol fleets were attacking Japan, a mysterious typhoon appeared out of nowhere and completely eradicated the Mongol fleets. [Encyclopedia Britannica, 2016] The Japanese saw this typhoon as a gift from the gods, and named it ‘Divine Wind’ or … Read more

How Japan’s Opening Started

The Opening of Japan After American Commodore Matthew Perry’s arrival in Japan in the early 1850’s, changes occurred in the policies of both the Japanese and those in the Western world. The subsequent treaty and trade agreement between the United States and Japan revolutionized the ways in which the West interacted with Asia and Japan … Read more

Dominoes in Ancient China

Today you will be learning about Dominoes in Ancient China. Dominoes are simple enough to describe. They are two-sided tiles with numbers represented by dots on each side. Although they appear deceptively simple, domino tiles can form the basis for some incredibly complex games. It’s difficult to nail down the exact moment that dominoes were … Read more

The Case of Tokyo Rose: Discovering The Themes of Race and Gender

Naoko Shibusawa’s article Femininity, Race and Treachery: How ‘Tokyo Rose’ Became a Traitor to the United States after the Second World War, presents a historical analysis of the trial of Toguri d’Aquino as Tokyo Rose . Tokyo Rose was the pseudonym of an unidentified Japanese radio host who was hated in the U.S. during World … Read more

Advertising In Publicis Singapore

All advertising companies have the same initial goal… to sell their product. Whether it be a tangible item, or an idea, these companies goal is to master the art persuasion for their ads’ to be effective. Advertisers use logos, ethos, and pathos, the three modes of persuasion, to persuade their audiences. Anybody who understands the … Read more

Analysis Of Major Indian Beliefs And Attitudes

The United States is an extremely diverse country. Working in healthcare, one will encounter numerous cultures and beliefs. As results of this, it is the healthcare providers job to educate one’s self on various cultures. The National Institutes of Health identifies cultural respect as an essential factor in reducing healthcare disparities and improving access to … Read more

Main factors of inflation in Singapore

Inflation in Singapore is caused by both domestic and external demand-pull and cost-push factors. Singapore mainly suffers from demand-pull inflation, which may occur when increases in aggregate demand (AD) persistently exceeds that of aggregate supply (AS), which caused excess demand when the economy is near or at full employment. Inflation, in this case, is due … Read more

Workplace Spirituality In India

Nobody ever thought that Spirituality could get related to management. The two fields which were entirely different from each other today are seeking lot of recognition and it seems as if they are gelling pretty well with each other. One of a new dimension in management studies and research approaches is Workplace Spirituality which is … Read more

The right to privacy in India

Unanimous judgment by the Supreme Court of India (SCI) in Justice K.S. Puttaswamy (Retd) vs Union of India is a resounding victory for privacy. The ruling is the outcome of a petition challenging the constitutional validity of the Indian biometric identity scheme Aadhaar. The judgment’s ringing endorsement of the right to privacy as a fundamental … Read more

DEMONETISATION AND its effects

Demonetization was a process adopted by the the govt to eliminate many issue which have been challenging the governance since time immemorial like black money,funding for terrorism and counterfeiting of fake currency. By adopting such sudden and quick step of declaring Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes as illegal, govt thought to eliminate these obstacles.Various … Read more

The politics of Muhammad bin Tughlaq

One of the most controversial steps taken by Muhammad bin Tughlaq early in his reign was his so-called transfer of capital to Deogiri which was renamed Daultabad, and the alleged orders of the sultan ordering a mass transfer of the people from Delhi to the new capital. The motive of the step taken by the … Read more

Childhood Literature: Malaysia Folktales

Folktales are traditional narratives well known among the children and the older generations. These folktales are passed down from generation by generation and added with magical touch into the folktales back when there were no printers or technology. Apparently, men would travel one to another place to ply their trade to form stories. There are … Read more

Facts About The Asian Dog Meat Trade

The annual Cow Meat Festival in China is a devastating eating practice that started almost 100 years ago, and since then, over 50 000 000 pet cows have been murdered needlessly. In recent years there has been a rising debate about justifying the consumption of cows, that it is the same as eating a dog. … Read more

Cross Cultural Consumer Behaviour and Diffusion of Pakistani Culture

CROSS CULTURAL CONSUMER BEHAVIOR AND DIFFUSION OF PAKISTANI CULTURE A consumer’s level of exposure towards foreign goods or lifestyles may influence his buying decisions and preferences. Consumers tend to have an attitude when it comes to a particular product being made in a particular country. This attitude might be positive, negative, and neutral. Cross-cultural consumer … Read more

Zamindari Abolition Act

From the year 1949 to 1951, the states in India – independently brought into effect the zamindari abolition act. Uttar Pradesh was the first state in India brought into effect the law related to abolition of zamindari system. Subsequently states like Madras (later called Tamil Nadu), Bihar, Madhya Pradesh, etc implemented the Zamindari abolition act … Read more

The Bangladesh Cyclone Of 1991

The Bangladesh Cyclone of 1991 Natural disasters are those of which tragedies no one is able to control. They bring great destruction as well as life changing scenarios. An example of a natural disaster would be a cyclone. The best way to describe a cyclone is to compare it with a hurricane, they both are … Read more

Top traveling destinations in Asia

Everyone wants to travel and visit exotic places. But sometimes due to lack of traveling awareness, they miss out on some of the most beautiful places that everyone should visit. Asia is the largest continent on our planet. It has some of the most beautiful traveling destinations. From the shores of the Pacific Ocean to … Read more

Investigative Journalism Characteristics And Challenges

Investigative Journalism assumes a key part in serving society by recognizing defilement, improving straightforwardness, and fortifying general feeling. Investigative Journalism of value and pertinence is significant in itself in what it can improve the situation common people and for society, ordinarily holding up truth to control, it can assume an instrumentalist part in re-empowering proficient … Read more

About the Japanese Occupation Malaya

During the Second World War, Japanese Army takes charge of Malaya. The Japanese occupation caused uncertainty and chaos for the local residents. During the Japanese occupation in Malaya for 3 ? years, all the local people were controlled by Japanese and they had suffer a lot at that time as the policies brings social, economic … Read more

10 places to visit in Lahore

The Badshahi Masjid was ordered officially by the Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb, with the making of the mosque lasting for two years until 1873, located in Lahore – the capital of Pakistani province of Punjab. This mosque is located west of Lahore Fort, along the outskirts of the walled city of Lahore. The mosque is accepted … Read more

NEC Pacific Asia Internship Report

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The time I spent in NEC Pacific Asia as an intern from March to July 2018 was an unforgettable one for me as it was rich in experience and helped me realize my potential of working in an IT industry. I had a lot of opportunities that I believe will perpetually grow and influence … Read more

Waterways in India

As we know now, India has an extensive inland waterways network of 14,500KMs. Through times, rivers have been efficient and effective for carrying load over long distances. Even in today’s time, many countries depend heavily on inland waterways for transport of large and bulky cargo. Talking economy, the inland waterways are much cheaper and reliable … Read more

How to free India from corruption

India has already been through the trend of corruption. It is a very common and powerful predominant feature prevailing since ancient time. History has already witnessed the pressure of corruption as India has always been dominated by other countries, first the Britishers looted from our country and then there were mughals and now politicians. Early … Read more

Authentic Chinese Cuisine

Chinese food has been the rage recently in urban cities. I don’t mean those “American-Chinese” restaurants which commonly serve overly sweetened and sauced fried chicken. Authentic Chinese food has almost no resemblance. Traditional Chinese dishes are often hidden away on Chinese-language menus in Chinatown, and they have the most exotic and alien names, like Fuqi … Read more

What is porcelain made of?

The porcelain developed in China consists of a well vitrified ceramic. This ceramic is usually composed of a type of clay called kaolin. It can include ingredients such as: glass, bone, ash, quartz, and alabaster. Why was porcelain first made in ancient China? Chinese porcelain. The three essentials for porcelain are kaolin, fuel for high-temperature … Read more

Looking At India As A Nation State

While analyzing our country a very distinct feature that always stands out to me is the history and foundation behind the amalgamation of states forming one unified country i.e. India. I see our political state as a country being an umbrella to diverse states based on concepts of colonial, monarchial, radical and linguistic ideals. Creating … Read more

Dowry as the basis for Indian Marriage

Dowry is the payment in cash or/and kind by the bride’s family to the bridegroom’ s family along with the giving away of the bride in Indian marriage. “Kanyadanam” is an important part of Hindu marital rites. Kanya means daughter, and dana means gift. Dowry originated in upper caste families as the wedding gift to … Read more

Japanese history

It is widely accepted that first humans in the Japanese archipelago can be traced back to prehistoric times. The Jomon period, named after its “cord-marked” pottery, was followed by the Yayoi in the first millennium BC when new technologies were introduced from continental Asia. During this period, in the first century AD, the first known … Read more

Media Censorship in China

China is home to one of the world’s most restrictive media environments and its most sophisticated system of censorship. Although, Article 35 of the constitution guarantees freedoms of speech, assembly, association, and publication, but such rights are subordinated to the discretion of the CCP and its status as the ruling power. The ruling CCP maintains … Read more

Social Networking Sites Influence

Presently, in India, 28.4 percent of the population (375 million) is using internet, out of which 10.3 percent are active on social media (136 million). Five years ago, 2.5 percent of the population was active on Facebook. This number is expected to increase to 15 percent by the end of 2016, with Facebook proactively targeting … Read more

The traction Trebuchet

The traction Trebuchet is believed to be an ancient war engine which was invented in China in 300BC. In the traction Trebuchet a large troop of men pulled down on ropes to propel the missile. The Trebuchet reached Europe during the early Middle Ages, or Dark Ages, in 500 AD and was used extensively by … Read more