Chances are that if you ask Americans what kind of foreign food they’ve tried locally, the answer will most often be Chinese, Thai or Indian food.
BY STEPHANIE KASHETA World Press Freedom Day falls on Sunday, May 3rd and was established in 2004 in order to celebrate and protect Article 19 of the Universal Declaration of Rights which reads: “Everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression; this right includes freedom to hold opinions without interference and to seek, receive and impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers.” Below is a list of seven journalists who were murdered in their attempt to promote free discourse amidst the perils of political corruption, criminal reigns, civil unrest and needless war.
By Yogi Aaron It’s no secret that yoga retreats are becoming increasingly popular. But if you’re looking for one of the best destinations in the world to get away and go within, then you can’t go wrong with Costa Rica.
Credit: Mathallen Oslo There are certain preconceived notions we often have before traveling to new countries.
Why we love HELPSY: HELPSY is a curated fashion site where you can shop by item, designer or HELPSY quality: a list of 13 different ethical categories including cruelty free, eco-friendly materials and fair wage.If you’re a fashion junkie but also want to make sure your clothes are responsibly sourced and produced, this is the site for you!
Heading back to the office after a great travel experience can be difficult. These 6 tips can help travelers beat the back to work blues.
By Chelsea Stuart If you’ve always wanted to go to Venice or Geneva but haven’t because you just couldn’t afford it, now is the time.
Photo via Padarth Why we love Liter of Light: Liter of Light is the latest project launched by the MyShelter Foundation, an organization dedicated to bringing low-cost, innovative green technology to rural communities with limited resources. Using a technique created by MIT students and Alfredo Moser, the organization brings to homes a simple plastic bottle that when filled with water and chlorine, and activated by sunlight (through the process of refraction) produces the same light as a 55-watt bulb.
By Chelsea Stuart Millennials, like many other distinctive generations, have fallen prey to stereotyping.
Earth. We live here. So why do we need to delegate one day as Earth Day? Is it just a hippy dippy excuse to Instagram something about Mother Nature?
When you’re studying abroad it’s easy to get swept up in the excitement of it all. There’s dozens of friends to make, a million things to see, and work to be done for all the classes you’re taking.
Not everyone has money to spend on international vacations and that’s ok because the US has some pretty great spots as well.
The Australian beer market has come a long way since three players dominated it in the 1990s. Today, Australia’s beer industry consists of more than 130 breweries.
By Rachel Wallace The Art of Saving a Life Project has found a way to make the debate over vaccines into a little more than just a back and forth conversation on Twitter.
Jugglebox in action: strong enough to hold dozens of books (Facebook) A new innovation in the world of packaging is promising three-fold savings – save time, save money, and save the planet.
Why we love Threads For Thought: Threads For Thought is a clothing brand that initially started with only a few graphic T-shirt designs.
Infographic via http://www.ardnasidhe.com/ Featured image Wild Atlantic Way Shutterstock The World’s Longest Coastal Driving Route
By Chelsea Stuart Chances are that if you’ve been lucky enough to vacation in the Caribbean, you’ve probably hit up hot spots like Aruba, Jamaica and the Bahamas.
So you’ve made the decision to study abroad. Congratulations! This is a big step for your global education and self-growth.
Aruba is famously known for its sandy beaches and beautiful resorts. This Caribbean island has been a vacation spot for generations of tourists to relax and play aptly earning its tagline, “One Happy Island”.