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A history of fake news

A history of fake news

The earliest account of fake news was found in ancient time. Around 1274 BC, the Egyptian pharaoh, Ramses II claimed victory over the Hittite people at the battle of Kadesh. The victory of the battle ...

How dogs make us love them

How dogs make us love them

Dogs have gone through a long process of evolution to become domesticated. And in that process, they have for the most part relinquished their howls to communicate non-verbally with us, humans. Now, the moment we ...

Cultures Around the Globe

Cultures Around the Globe

The Netherlands (the Dutch) The Dutch capital city, Amsterdam, is home to 30% foreigners; and is known to be one of the strongest expat communities worldwide. A big part of their history involves welcoming foreigners to ...

One habit to true happiness (Video)

One habit to true happiness (Video)

Whether we know it or not, each one of us runs on a program to alleviate suffering and maximize happiness. Here are the most common programs: I want things and more things, I want everything! I ...

Happiness code deciphered

Happiness code deciphered

What determines happiness? Each person would perhaps have their own personal definition. However, scientists have for years, attempted to determine the true source, in an effort to decipher what it is that makes people truly ...

A window into the soul: Nighthawks

A window into the soul: Nighthawks

On delving deeper into artist Edward Hooper's 1942 masterpiece Reconciling Hopper’s Nighthawks with language has been a practice of trying to locate the soul with a microscope. The rationale is struck by the realization that to ...

Two Beloved Teachers

Two Beloved Teachers

Respecting teachers and their wise teachings is ingrained in traditional Chinese culture. According to The Book of Rites, “Respecting teachers makes one value knowledge; valuing knowledge helps promote learning.” Standard of Conduct: Confucius' Teachings Confucius is one of ...

The invisible threat to our human race

The invisible threat to our human race

As devoutly as Ancient Egyptians prayed to the rising sun for a blessed harvest, in modern days we have found our prayers answered through man-made gods. Whereas the Egyptians found their sustenance in solar orbit, ...