People

The Seven Continents and How Their People are Stereotyped around the World

One hundred and ninety-six countries, seven continents, countless cultures and behavioural types, and yet, people around the world are over-simplified
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Money can't buy happiness: Proof from celebrities

What is money? Is money really important in our daily lives? Can you use money to buy happiness in your daily life? According to the oxford dictionary
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Deadly and Beautiful: Tattoos and Body Art of Ancient Warrior Cultures

Tattooing has been a part of human culture for just about as long as we’ve existed as a species. Archaeologists have found evidence of tattooed human
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Choosing your first tattoo

Tattoos can be one of two things. They can either be really cool or really lame. It really depends on the design you choose and how well the artist re
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Mainland China vs. Hong Kong: Far East vs. East Meets West

China is most likely the easiest country to find a job teaching English in, making it attractive to Westerners from all over the world in need of work
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How Teaching in Asia Can Turn Your Life Around

Let's face it: the job market in the United States is not what it used to be. People with education and skills are constantly being overlooked. B
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27 Public Speaking Quotes That Can Inspire You to Become a Better Speaker

What public speaking quotes can give you? While working on this list I tried to include the most interesting quotes that can inspire you to become a b
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5 Things You Never Thought You Would Say As a Dog Owner

If you are an animal lover, there is no question in my mind that you probably have at least one dog. As a dog owner myself, I sometimes find myself sa
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5 Inexpensive Places to Vacation To

I do not know about you, but I love to go places and see new things. However, I am a middle working class person so it is not like I can just go place
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Foreign Privilege in the Chinese Classroom

Although China is considered a xenophobic country, foreigners often enjoy privileges that local Chinese people do not. The archetypal "loser back
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Eye Contact that Will Make Your Audience Like You From the First Glance

When it comes to eye contact you need to remember only 2 techniques. Not many, but you need to make them a part of yourself. Always use them whenever
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The Most Influential Women That History Forgot

Much of what we know of our world history has been dominated by male figures. Julius Caesar, Constantine, Napoleon Bonaparte, George Washington… anyo
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Working in a Nursing Home

If you are like me you get along with children and the elderly and you love to hang out with them. Do not worry you are not weird, I think it is just
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How to Survive in a Divided World

There are stages in our lives that we need our parents. We need them to teach us how to crawl, how to walk, how to use the bathroom, among other thing
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Buying Your First Home Is Not As Easy As You Might Think

When you think of buying your first home you think of ease and excitement. You feel like you have hit a huge milestone and you have. You feel like thi
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MRG production

Mrg production is a first Indian independent production this production created by sheikh Saab & badwood
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Stage Fright? — Here’s a Solution You Won’t Believe!

A few years ago I met my friend John right after his interview with the New York office of one of the biggest financial companies in the world. I stil
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What to Expect When Buying a Puppy

Let me give you a back story before going into much detail about what to expect when buying a puppy. I have grown up around animals. I personally have
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What I learned from him

I learned so many things from the cowboy who wasn't an actual cowboy. Perhaps a casanova. I think about these things I learned when I am up so la
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The Planning Freak VS the Happy-Go-Lucky

From the simplest things like meals and outfits for the day, to the more complex things like how we ought to live our lives when we’re older and whatn
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I love you, kid.

"Let me make it up to you." She said the next day at work after leaving me wondering what I had to do to keep her attention set on me. You s
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The Joys of Parenting

Keep in mind I have 10 plus years of experience in babysitting, but nothing can truly prepare you of the joys of parenthood. Now, I am not at all sayi
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What to do After College

So, you have spent all these years in school and if you are considered a traditional student that means you have probably spent close to a total of 17
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What I Would Do Different When Buying My First Car

That moment when you realize that you are actually turning into an adult is awesome, until you come to the realization that you now have to pay bills.
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View from the Bottom

Your parent’s put you in school at the age of 5. As you age you realize that school is just part of your daily life and there really is nothing you ca
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Trip to Germany as a Fifth Grader

I remember it like it was yesterday even though it was over 15 years ago. My grandparent’s had promised me that I would get to go to Germany and due t
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How to spot negative people

No matter what you’d like to think, we all need friends and company. A happy life in the company of some genuine friends, that’s what exactly, fits my
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How to Find Yourself

You have done everything right. You have kept your school records clean and have a decent GPA. You find yourself at your senior year of high school an
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How I Learned to Not Sweat the Small Stuff

When I was younger it is safe to say I over reacted over a lot. It is also safe to say I might have been a bit stubborn at times, but I am still stubb
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5 Things to Know Before Moving to a Big City

I am from a town that has literally less than 30,000 people living in it. Our high school is 7th-12th grade and has maybe 1,000 students in it. I grad
868 views | 2 years ago