Overview of Starbucks Distribution Channel in Singapore

In general, company can distribute products to customers through various of distribution channels, for example: stores/outlets, wholesalers, retailers and so on. In Singapore, Starbucks are using the following channels for their product distribution: Intensive Distribution Channel (Starbucks outlets / cafes, other retailers, online platfrom) Exclusive distribution channels for food delivery services (Foodpanda) Intensive Distribution Starbucks’ … 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

Ethiopian Opal Treatments

Ethiopian opals, many of them are sold in their natural state. Others are treated, for example, dye, smoke and sugar/acid treatments. All of these treatments make the opal less expensive, and when the opal is natural it is far more expensive than the treated ones. The treated opals can cost less or more than the … Read more

A Comparison Between Rome and Carthage in the Punic Wars

Rome vs. Carthage: The Bitterly Fought Punic Wars The Punic Wars were the consequences of the expansion of Roman rule southward; bitter rivals with competing interests, Rome and Carthage pitted their military powers against each other. The strength of the Romans (which was their army) matched wits and strategies against the strength of the Carthaginians … Read more

Japan Biggest Slum

Japan Biggest Slum Not On Maps Kamagasaki, Japan’s biggest slum, cannot be found on official maps, and city festival organizers have been accused of censorship. Osaka officials asked Shingo Ota, a film director, to remove scenes that identified the slum, on the grounds that it was insensitive to residents. “To me, what they were asking … Read more

Ich bin ein Berliner (I am a ‘Berliner’)

June 26, 1963, post WWII, a time were the United States and the Soviet Union were the world’s superpowers. The two powers fought a war of different government and economic ideologies known as the Cold War. During the time of the speech, Germany was a nation split into Democratic West Germany and Communist East Germany, … Read more

Roman Invention: Arches

Rome was able to control a vast empire due to their military success. According to Bee Breeders, an Architecture competition organisers, Roman architecture was at its peak during the Pax Romana period, a period in which the Roman Empire didn’t expand and wasn’t invaded, and which lasted over 200 years. One of the Roman inventions … Read more

Electricity in the World

Electricity is the greatest gift of science to mankind. We have reached a point of our civilization when electricity is used for all purposes. Electricity is a source of energy. It is produced by a battery or a coil of wires or by dynamo machine. It is produced in thermal station and also in hydro-project. … 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

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

Principles of Panda Express: casual restaurant chains delivering cuisine

Panda Express is one of the fastest casual restaurant chains delivering American Chinese cuisine all over headquartered at Rosemead, California. It has almost 2000 outlets in 50 cities of US, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, Guam, Canada, Mexico, South Korea and the United Arab Emirates. The first Panda Express was opened in 1983, in … Read more

Racism In Malaysia

Racism, also known as racial discrimination, is usually defined as an act of prejudice, discrimination, or antagonism directed against someone of a different race based on the belief that one’s own race is superior, according to Oxford Dictionary. Malaysia, which is a well-known country is often highlighted and associated with cases and issues relating to … Read more

Jomo Kenyatta Biography

Jomo Kenyatta, also known as Kamau Ngengi, was a Kenyan statesman and nationalist. He was also Kenya’s prime minister and first president. He played a big role in the development of African nationalism in East Africa. Jomo Kenyatta was born on October 20, 1891 in Gatundu, Kenya. He died on August 22, 1978 in Mombasa, … Read more

Adam Rippon – an American Figure Skater

Adam Rippon is an American figure skater. He was born on November 11th 1989 in Scranton, Pennsylvania and has 5 younger siblings. He is the U.S. national champion for 2016 and Four Continents champion for 2010. He is also the first openly gay American athlete to qualify for the Winter Olympics as he would be … Read more

Republic Day of India

Republic day has got a historical significance in the history of India. On this day, 26 January 1950, constitution of India came into existence, and became effective. It marked its place in the history for eternity. Like each year, this year India is celebrating its 69th Republic day with remarkable solemnity, passion, and glory. Governmental … Read more

SOHO Network Solution

A Small Office Home Office (SOHO) network is used mostly used for communicating locally via a Local Area Network (LAN) in small business environments (Bell, 2004). Before coming up with such a network, it is, however, advisable to determine a good foundation for the needs of the company. Following this criterion, the following scenario is … Read more

Nationalism in India

The rise of nationalism in India is the result of a series of events. In India, However, the sense of nationalism emerged only when the sense of collective belongingness developed among the Indian people employed as Soldiers in British Indian Army. During the late 18th century, colonial India started facing problems and realized that the … Read more

Studying in the US

Each year, number of students is increasing who look forward to study in the US, as they want to expand their educational experience in the world class system. But have any of us ever given it a random thought so as to why many students are increasingly choosing colleges and universities of the United States? … 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

Study On the Boston Photos

As a human being most of your time is spent stumbling around this tiny rock in the universe, trying desperately to add your own personal brushstroke to the intricate mosaic of life. It is simply human nature to avoid the frightening topic of death, however unavoidable and relevant it may be. Because we like to … Read more

The unification of Saudi Arabia

The unification of Saudi Arabia was a military and political campaign, by which the various tribes, sheikhdoms, city-states, and kingdoms of most of the Arabian Peninsula were conquered by the House of Saud, or Al Saud, between 1902 and 1932, when the modern-day Kingdom of Saudi Arabia was proclaimed under the leadership of Ibn Saud, … Read more

Analysis of the Misrepresentation of Africa

Africa is the world’s second-largest continent, the biggest after Asia. It is more than three times the size of the U. States. It also contains more independent nations than any other continent on Earth-55 in all. Africa is centrally located on the Earth’s surface. It straddles the Equator, extending for thousands of miles north and … Read more

Influence Of Colonialism On Nigeria

Colonialism is a consistent theme within the history of Africa. It laces through the formative tapestry of the majority of African states today including Nigeria. Lagos was invaded by British forces in 1851 and formally annexed in 1861. Nigeria became a British territorial dominion in 1901. When at the start adopting associate indirect rule approach, … Read more

The Bust of Queen Nefertiti and The Augustus of Prima Porta: What Do They Have In Common

Roman Essay “The Bust of Queen Nefertiti is dated 1340 BCE and was created by the court sculptor Thutmosis, it shows Nefertiti from the shoulders up wearing her Blue Crown(Elusiv.com).” It is made out of limestone and stucco, the height measuring up to 19 inches. Nefertiti is widely known for her beauty and versatility. “According … 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

An Ethnographic Study of the Impoverished Chicago Neighborhood in No Way Out, a Book by Waverly Duck

No Way Out: Precarious Living in the Shadow of Poverty and Drug Dealing, by Waverly Duck. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2015. No Way Out by Waverly Duck incorporated insight from numerous renowned sociologists, including Durkheim, Garfinkel, Goffman, and Rawls, which increased the credibility of Duck’s claims. As the author, Duck acquired information for his … Read more

Government of India’s EXIM Policy

Previous Inward looking trade policies were replaced by the EXIM policy in April, 1992. Government of India Introduced the EXIM Policy to bring liberalization in Imports and boost the Exports. This was bringing along a new era in India’s foreign trade. About the Foreign trade policy (EXIM Policy): The Director General of Foreign Trade (DGFT) … Read more

Environmental problems affecting Cuba

“ There are many effects that the environment has on Cuba. Some problems include deforestation, pollution, climate change causing sea levels to rise and floods. Deforestation in Cuba was really bad in the early 2000s. Now they are trying to reforest areas because of how bad it was in the 2000s. They cut down trees … 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

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

From Cooperative to Coercive Federalism

Well, cooperative federalism response to specific policy challenges that took place in the past. Also, reigning conception of American federalism took place between nineteen fifty-four to nineteen seventy eight. It was a political response to the policy challenges of market failure. Social equity is its primary objective, cooperative federalism significantly transformed American society. During the … Read more

Definition Of Regional Groupings

Regional Groups are the associations of countries around a particular region whereby these countries have common grounds of understanding and perspectives regarding rules and regulations to be followed when relating with one another. These groups have rules that set them apart from non-members. Intergovernmental authority on development (IGAD)IGADs sole purpose is to enhance regional liaison … Read more