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INFECTED BY FEELINGS

INFECTED BY FEELINGS

The question of what constitutes art is an everlasting debate. Whether it be a Tinga Tinga style painting or a Mongolian horse bridle, true art infects you with feelings.

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BURNESHA: CODE OF CONDUCT

By on May 3, 2013 in Culture Category

The notorious Albanian Blood Feuds left many families without a male head of the household. Following strict moral codes, the eldest daughter chopped off her hair, swore virginity and took on the role.

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PRISON PROVISIONS, GRAVEYARD GRUB, AND MORE

PRISON PROVISIONS, GRAVEYARD GRUB, AND MORE

Eating out of toilets; dining with the dead; waiters serving a life sentence. Restaurateurs find success in pushing the limits and testing your gag reflex.

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AFRICA’S RHYTHMIC FLAME

By on February 1, 2013 in Africa Category, Culture Category
AFRICA’S RHYTHMIC FLAME

In their shesh head wraps and long flowing bubus they are striking. When you add electric guitars, their on-stage presence is riveting.

The rebellious sounds of legendary African rock musicians outlived the regimes that threatened them. You’ll now find them at the center of the world music scene.

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WILLIAM FAIRBAIRN: ONE TOUGH COP

At the height of Shanghai’s chaos in the early 1900s, one man entered the picture who would revolutionize self-defense and aid in turning the city around. His name was William Ewart Fairbairn, an English soldier.

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