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  • Romanian comfort food (part I - the ingredients)

    by Catarii | 18th of October, 2017

    If I should make a count about Romanians' favorite ingredients or foods I would get to a very simple conclusion: meat (a lot of it, mostly pork), mamaliga (polenta), telemea (a Romanian cheese, a bit similar to feta, but better in taste - sorry... More
  • Jiaxing Chinese Rice-pudding Museum

    by Richardwhf | 26th of August, 2017

    From my experience, the best way to underground the history of a city is to visit the museum, especially the folk custom museum. Rice-pudding is a famous and traditional food in south of China, and it is also a folk custom in May 5th(China calendar).In this day, Chinese... More
  • Romanian Traditional Rugs

    by Andreistancu | 24th of August, 2017

    The rug is a thick wool cloth with multicolored designs. It is designed for decorating and thermoinsulation of the rooms. In Romania space, carpet tissue is one of the main branches of folk art.   In the old days, the carpets were woven manually on loom, from the wool... More
  • 800 Years Old Traditional Village, Wologai

    by Brigitt1 | 14th of April, 2017

    Last winter I had an amazing trip to East Nusa Tenggara, Flores Island, Indonesia. The trip was mainly for diving and to see the biggest lizard on earth, Komodo Dragon. Komodo is the biggest living lizard on earth with ancestors that date back more than 100 million years.... More
  • Gorani bride

    by Malik5 | 17th of December, 2016

    Certainly one of the most beautiful traditional costumes in the Balkans.   Throughout the centuries is itself changed to the most radical changes experienced last thirty years, especially in terms of materials and decorations, and with the preservation of the very substantial... More
  • Romanian Pottery - Color, Legends and Dedication

    by Andreistancu | 17th of October, 2016

    Horezu is a beautiful town located in Valcea County, Romania. It attested in a Hristov belonging to Prince Vlad the Monk in 1487, which mentioned the village “Hurez”. The name is taken from a bard named “ciuhurez” (like an owl), bird that inhabit the surrounding... More
  • Chinese traditional folk dance

    by Mengtianhan | 4th of June, 2016

    Dear friends: brought me this is a traditional Chinese folk dance, China is a country with 56 ethnic groups, has a long history and culture, each nation have their traditional dance, do not know whether you and I like also like the dance??!            ... More
  • Abu Dhabi architecture - traditional versus modern

    by Ninoak | 9th of January, 2016

    The architectural development of Abu Dhabi was fast. It was planned carefully with some specific characteristics emerging in different periods. Until 2008 the main characteristic of the city was regular 3 dimensional lines and geometric forms: all streets were perpendicular... More
  • Dubai architecture - Part 1+

    by Ninoak | 28th of November, 2015

    The first architectural element in Dubai is tall building, so view from 59th floor on other skyscrapers and road infrastructure is exciting.     The view is from the DMCC tower.    Around can be seen other modern towers at JLT , with additional ones coming... More
  • A Traditional Culture Dance in Jogja

    by Purnawan | 8th of April, 2014

    Have you ever hear Jogja? The complete name is Jogjakarta a district / province in beautiful Indonesia. People often knows Jogja with many culture tradition. Some beautiful object for tourism like Prambanan Temple and Borobudur Temple are not far from Jogja. In Jogja,... More
  • I wish you all the age of horse is happy!

    by Hanbaoluan | 27th of January, 2014

    China's traditional lunar festival - the Spring Festival (2014 year of the horse), is coming, this is also the Chinese people the most solemn festival in a year.Here's wishing "DT" friends a happy New Year, May you last come into a good fortune! More
  • ... By Bread Alone

    by Elianehaykal | 16th of October, 2013

    A staple food in most cultures, bread is universal and so a symbol of unity. An event was created a few years ago: World Bread Day, it's celebrated on October 16th :) What I learned is that it's a world-wide event where bakers & bloggers bake bread, share... More
  • Romanian traditions - part 2

    by Razvanxr | 13th of November, 2012

    At the end of the last month (on 27th October 2012) I was asked to drive someone at a fair, 50 km away from my town. He told me the traditional craftsmen from Slatina will be there. For me, it is always a joy to meet this people. But, usually, at this fairs nothing especially... More
  • Romanian traditions

    by Razvanxr | 1st of November, 2012

    One of my favorite photographic themes is Romanian traditions. And when I say this, I mean traditional clothing, traditional crafts, traditional houses and the way the romanian peasants lived their life. One of the most remarkable facts is the romanian peasant was always... More
  • Ritual ceremony

    by Jianbinglee | 6th of June, 2012

    people is the fundamental reason of the cultural gene. solemn, very unique. More
  • Chinese traditional drama, part two: Pingju Opera

    by Photoexpress | 18th of April, 2011

    Pingju Opera is the second largest opera in China, next to Beijing(Peking) Opera. It was originated in Tangshang, an eastern city in Hebei province, in circa 1909. Now it is very popular in the North and Northeast of China. Combined the art "Bengbeng", "bangzi" and "Laozi"... More
  • Kalyug? Maybe! For me its just a change!

    by Thefinalmiracle | 20th of March, 2011

    Meerabai - a saint, a singer, one of the only devotees and lover of Lord Krishna! An icon from Rajasthan and one of the leading saints of the Vaishnava Bhakti Movement. It might be a myth or a reality but her love for Krishna symbolized the ideal love for many of her own... More
  • The good old days... part 2

    by Wingnutdesigns | 27th of May, 2009

    As a little follow up on my last post about vintage toys, here are some more with a more feminine slant. See Article
  • Chinese New Year Traditional Food In Malaysia.

    by Ongchangwei | 24th of January, 2009

    This is a few photo of Chinese New Year Traditional Food In Malaysia. OCWO Creation More
  • Chunyun, world's biggest annual migration

    by 70sphotography | 19th of January, 2009

    >The official Chinese New Year holiday for 2009 is on January 26. A total of 188 million passenger trips will be taken in China during the upcoming Lunar New Year period, the country's most important holiday. The yearly exodus is the world's biggest annual migration, in Chinese,... More

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