Life in America

Every country has different everyday ways and cultural mores. To get to know American life, it pays to know certain mannerisms most native-born Americans share. For instance, greetings; Americans shake hands firmly with each other when first introduced, and when they meet again. Social kissing; as a greeting, it is accompanied by a light hug, … Read more

Life in Los Angeles

Travelling to Los Angeles California – think twice. Have you ever dream of visiting Los Angeles? Does Hollywood excite you? If yes then hold that thought right away and read this blog, even I was surprisingly shocked after living here and discovering the facts about LA, Yes they call it LA locally, It is comprised … Read more

The Reasons for the Break of Henry VIII from Rome

‘Henry VIII broke from Rome because he wanted to increase his own power.’ Explain why you agree or disagree with this view. It could be interpreted that Henry VIII broke from Rome because he wanted to increase his own personal power, however there are two main contradicting views. Firstly that Henry realised the wealth of … Read more

Working women in India

Although, we all like to think that India has become more welcoming to women who are working outside the home, there are some fundamental problems faced by working woman, as was the case even two decades back. No one can deny that Indian society is still patriarchal in nature, and men are still considered the … Read more

What is paella?

Paella? yeah I’m trying to be more easily understandable in my writing than having that bla bla in foreword which I’ve been doing all this time, and now I’m trying to avoid it which is not easy, so the goal is to achieve rather brief gastronomical history yet full of reading point. So what is … 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

“America’s Failing Experiment: How We the People Have Become the Problem” Analysis

In Goidel’s “America’s Failing Experiment: How We the People Have Become the Problem,” he expresses his concern for America and how living in a democracy with widespread and hardcore democratic values is contributing to the failure of our system. In his book, he analyzes the collective mindsets of what he considers most of America has … 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

A Personal Review of the Laramie Project, a Play by Andy Paris, Greg Pierotti, Leigh Fondakowski, MoiseS Kaufman, and Stephen Belber

“The Laramie Project” Review “The Laramie Project” tells the story of a group of young people creating a play about the events that happened in the town of Laramie, Wyoming. The group conducted interviews about the murder of Matthew Shepard, a gay student that had accusedly hit on two straight teenagers at a bar. These … 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

Japan Reveals Hummingbird Wing Secret

Footage shot with high-speed cameras has revealed how hummingbirds’ tiny wings bend and flex to keep them in the air. Masateru Maeda, a PhD student at Chiba University in Japan, captured the footage as part of a study that eventually aims to build hummingbird-inspired artificial wings. The researchers found that the birds’ primary feathers – … Read more

A Short Trip to the Bhaja Caves

Located at Pune, near Lonavala (Maharashtra), Bhaja Caves, also known as Bhaje Caves dates back to 2nd century BC. These rock-cut caves stand straight at a height of 400 feet above the village of Bhaja after which it is named. The significant features of this Bhaja Caves, the Stupas are really eye-catching and reveals a … Read more

The history of Berlin wall

Walls in people’s heads are sometimes more constricting than those of concrete and steel.’ A quote by Willy Brandt, the mayor of West Berlin. The Berlin Wall would create not only a border between East and West Berlin but also emphasize the understanding between the Allies that the Soviets would assert dominance over its eastern … Read more

Survivor Syndrome In The Workplace

With over 39,000 American mass layoff events during the Great Recession, December 2007-June 2009, corporate downsizing seems like an integral practice of modern organizational life (Bureau of Labor Statistics). Downsizing refers to the deliberate reduction of workforce size to improve organizational performance (Nair, 2008). Companies turn to downsizing, or layoffs, in hopes to reduce labor … Read more

DESIGNING OF ARTISAN PATCHES

Every so often something comes along and changes how you see the world. Ok… So we aren’t changing the world here, but we do want to challenge the way you think about artisan crafted, and handcrafted patches. As many of you know, Jesse has been one of our artists since day one. A little bit … 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

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

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

Norway vs US

The United States is very different from Norway when it comes to the structure of its health care system. Norway’s health care structure went through a radical change in 2002 when a hospital reform occurred that had the government take over the responsibility of running the entire hospital system throughout the country. As a result, … Read more

Anglo-Saxon England and the Place of Women

What was the status of women in Anglo-Saxon England? In 1985, in Butler’s Field, Lechlow, a grave of an Anglo-Saxon woman buried over fifteen hundred years ago was discovered. The extraordinary richness of her grave goods, its abundance of amber beads and gilt bronze brooches making it one of the most opulent burial sites in … 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

The analysis of Dunkin Donuts

Dunkin Donuts faces a very competitive environment within the coffee and snack industry. A major threat is other large competitors, including Starbucks Corporation, Peet’s Coffee, and newer entrants like McDonald’s McCafe, with the most significant threat coming from Starbucks. While Dunkin Donuts, as of April 2011, owns 16.1% of the market, Starbucks has 32.6% of … 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 Valley of the Kings

The Valley of the Kings is where King Tutankhamun and over 60 other kings and pharaohs are buried, but most of the tombs were looted by grave robbers. In 1500 B.C., the Egyptian pharaohs stopped building great pyramids in which some would be buried. Instead of burying them in the great pyramids they buried them … Read more

The coastal plains of India

The coastal plains of India are settled on the Arabian Sea coast within the west and on the Bay of Bengal coast within the east. According to their location to the east or west of the peninsular, they’re called: East coastal plain, and West coastal plain. This east coastal plain begins from the north with … Read more