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Mid-Autumn Festival – Everything you need to know!

Most rulers in ancient China revered the moon on a yearly basis. The habit was then adopted by the general public, and it grew in popularity over time. Over 3,000 years ago, during the Zhou Dynasty, the early form of the Mid-Autumn Festival was derived from the practice of moon worship. According to legend The […]

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7 ways to keep bugs away from your picnic setup

Picnics are amazing because they allow you to enjoy the beautiful outdoors while also enjoying delicious food and drink. Isn’t that the life? In Singapore, however, if you do not take precautions, bees, flies, armies of ants, and other irritating creatures may swiftly appear to ruin your day. Unfortunately, because these bothersome insects may be […]

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Chihuly Glass and Garden – Seattle

Chihuly Garden and Glass is an exhibit in the Seattle Center showcasing the glass artist : Dale Chihuly. It opened in May 2012 garnered a lot of tourist to see his work ever since. If you have been to Venice, Italy, you might have seen his art work dotted in Murano Island. American artist Dale […]

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There are no bad steaks in Argentina

Parilla restaurants abound everywhere I go in Argentina. There are a plethora of steakhouses to choose from, each emitting a cloud of meaty smoke from their built-in charcoal grills before you even enter the restaurant. After two months here, I was surprised to discover that I had never had a terrible steak. From a high-end […]

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Sailing the Nile River on an Egyptian Felucca

My brother and I made our journey to the south of Egypt with less than we had expected after my misplaced baggage ordeal upon arrival at Cairo Airport. We flew into Aswan and boarded our felucca from the Nile river bank, sailing for three days and two nights to Ko Ombo, a distance of only […]

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