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1. Yixing Chinese Teapot: The Innovative Teapot Discovered
March 24, 2018

The skill of drinking and serving tea, which many call as “Chinese tea ceremony” plays a really vital role in China. Actually, the ritual of preparing tea has held a unique devote the hearts and minds from the Chinese. Even though the ceremony emphasizes the tea, the entire type of tea drinking continues to be of great importance. Chinese teapots and tea cups are highly needed and every piece plays a part distinct from your other. Talking about Chinese teapots, I suppose there is nothing more desirable for any wonderful tea experience compared to the original Chinese teapot - the Yixing. ... (read more)

Author: Gloria Philips

2. ClickReviewz™ Takes A Closer Look At The Lean Belly Breakthrough 2 Minute Ritual To Drop One Pound
January 25, 2018

Introduced by Dr. Bruce Krahn and co-creator Dr. Heinrick, Lean Belly Breakthrough aims to be the leading weight loss solution for the 40-plus crowd. The diet and workout regimen targets those dealing with inflammation throughout the body. For individuals with diabetes, heart problems and other cardiovascular issues, it is a safe alternative to some of the more lucrative dieting programs existing in the weight loss industry today. The Lean Belly Breakthrough Program competes in a market where many fads and extreme dieting techni... (read more)

Author: John Doe

3. The Intriguing Dance of the Blue-footed Booby
August 23, 2017

For participants planning on a Galapagos cruise, there are multiple "bucket-list" experiences awaiting the avid nature lover. An encounter with a Giant Tortoise, a sighting of a Waved Albatross, or seeing the brief, colourful flash of the delightful Sally Lightfoot Crab are just a few. Something else that's a real treat for those lucky enough to bear witness is the intriguing and energetic ritual mating dance of the archipelago's Blue-footed Boobies, Sula nebuxii. These birds are seen in abundance around the archipelago (around half the world's breeding pairs make their home there), parti... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

4. The Martini Month of May
June 05, 2017

Well, May 2017 is behind us, and I am happy to report that I successfully fulfilled a ritual my brothers and I observe the twenty-second of every May—and will continue to fulfill as long as we remain in the quick. So far, the streak is twelve years. A word of explanation. My father enjoyed a martini or two when he relaxed after a hard day at work or following a fun-filled afternoon on the golf course. Now, I can already hear some of you ask, “What kind of martini?” Being a purist, I happen to know—though you may not—that I’ve already answered your question. You see, a martini consists of ... (read more)

Author: Gene Myers

5. Selecting the Perfect Smoking Pipe
March 21, 2017

Smoking a pipe can be quite a sensual experience. For many, the art of smoking out of an apparatus like a pipe is a meditative ritual that allows for time to quietly reflect upon the events of the day. If you are curious about beginning this habit, then you might want to know how to get started. Finding a business that carries the best smoking pipes in Denver, Colorado, can make for an excellent way to begin. Once you know where to go for your needs, you will have an easier time getting the best tools for the job. In order for you to select a pipe that will provide you with the right expe... (read more)

Author: Kevin Smith

6. 7 Reasons Coffee Is Good For You
March 09, 2017

That first coffee in the morning is more than just a treat – it’s become a deeply ingrained ritual and many of us can’t imagine how we’d start the day without it. From soy lattes to long blacks, coffee expenditure in the average Australian household has increased from sixty cents per week in the mid-seventies to $5.77 per week between 2009-10. While the price of coffee has increased during this time there’s no doubting that Australian’s love affair with coffee is more than just a fling. We’ve listed seven reasons below that will help you keep your coffee dream alive - and... (read more)

Author: Zoe Gordon

7. Pest Control Companies in Peekskill, NY Keep the Bugs Out
February 19, 2017

Your alarm goes off. You hit the snooze button. It goes off again 10 minutes later. You hit the snooze button again. This morning ritual of, “just 10 more minutes,” has been your habit for years. You finally sit up in bed and rub your eyes. You have a meeting first thing; you’d better get moving. You trudge downstairs and into the kitchen. You flip on the light. What just ran out of sight? You shrug and grab your coffee mug to fill it with your first cup. You get ready and leave for work. When you get home tonight, you won’t have any electricity. Pest control companies in Peekskill, NY could’v... (read more)

Author: Kevin Smith

8. Essential traditions in a Sikh wedding
February 01, 2017

A joyful and colourful event. That’s how all Sikh wedding attendants would describe it. Far from western weddings, this event in Sikh culture is colourful not only because of the stunning outfits the groom and bride are wearing, but also because of all the customs involved and because of their significance. The passage ritual for the young new couple is a stunning event, and the assistance of a Guru is a necessity, offering guidance in the life of a married couple. However, for all people having to attend a Sikh destination wedding and not knowing what to expect from it, below are have a few i... (read more)

Author: Fabiola Groshan

9. After Abuse as a Girl, UN Albinism Expert Aims to End Ritual Murders
November 16, 2016

When Ikponwosa Ero was five years old, she couldn't walk down the street in Nigeria without being abused for having albinism — a lack of pigmentation in the skin, hair and eyes. "[In] five minutes, almost 50 people have said something, pulled your skin, pulled your hair or sung [abusive songs] to you," the United Nations' first independent expert on albinism said in an interview with Reuters. "I was wondering why was I born? ... How will I get to my adult years and...... (read more)

10. Suicide Bomber Claims More Lives in Baghdad
October 16, 2016

A suicide bomber struck a Shi'ite Muslim religious observance Sunday in Baghdad, killing at least two people and wounding four. There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the attack, but it is similar to other assaults carried out by the Islamic State. Another suicide bomber in Baghdad killed more than 35 people and wounded 50 others Monday observing the same Muslim ritual. A tweet sent in the name of the Islamic State group claimed responsibility for Saturday's...... (read more)

11. Modern Singapore Practices Ancient Ritual of Female Genital Mutilation
October 12, 2016

Medical clinics in Singapore are carrying out female genital cutting on babies, according to people with first-hand knowledge, despite growing global condemnation of the practice, which world leaders have pledged to eradicate. The ancient ritual, more commonly associated with rural communities in a swath of African countries, is observed by most Muslim Malays in Singapore where it is legal but largely hidden, said Filzah Sumartono of women’s rights group AWARE. Worldwide, more than 200...... (read more)

12. Scientists: Soap Operas Could Help End Female Genital Cutting
October 12, 2016

Soap operas could be a powerful new tool in changing attitudes around female genital cutting, researchers said Wednesday, following a study in Sudan where the ritual remains deeply entrenched. The social scientists said their findings suggest that using popular entertainment could be an effective alternative to harsher approaches like criminalization in persuading communities to abandon the harmful practice. "[Our results] show that entertainment can be used to change cultural...... (read more)

13. Shi'ite Muslims Commemorate Ashura in Nabatieh
October 12, 2016

Shi'ite Muslims around the world commemorate Ashura and mourn the death of Hussein, the Prophet Muhammad’s grandson. A small minority in Lebanon practices ritual bloodletting to mark the event.... (read more)

14. Lebanese City's Shia Mark Holy Day With Ritual Bloodletting
October 12, 2016

As streams of blood trickled down the streets of the southern Lebanese town of Nabatieh, Shi'ite muslims commemorating the holy day of Ashura gathered to reflect on the roots of their faith. Across the world, millions of Shi'ites on Wednesday the Prophet Muhammad's grandson Hussein, whose death in battle in 680 marked a schism in Islam that has persisted to this day. Likewise, believers across Lebanon took to the streets, dressed in black as a sign of mourning. Numbers...... (read more)

15. History of Slavery in NY Examined Through Runaways Notices
September 26, 2016

They were field hands, cooks, musicians and blacksmiths. Some were “well made,” others lame. A few showed ritual tribal scarring from their native Africa, others bore scars inflicted by their masters. All of them — some 600-plus men and women — were black slaves who bolted for freedom in upstate New York in the 1700s and early 1800s. The details of their escapes are included in a new book by two upstate historians who examine slavery in the Hudson Valley through a century of newspaper...... (read more)

16. Congress Faces Friday Deadline to Extend US Government Funding
September 25, 2016

Time is running out for Congress to keep the U.S. government open and fully functioning. Federal spending authority expires at midnight Friday and, so far, Democrats and Republicans have been unable to agree on a temporary funding extension, much less yearlong appropriations for the new fiscal year that begins October 1. In what has become an annual Washington ritual, lawmakers are squabbling as a partial government shutdown looms.  The immediate goal: a stopgap spending bill, or...... (read more)

17. Muslims Mark Most Important Day of Hajj in Saudi Arabia
September 11, 2016

The most important day in the annual five-day Hajj was celebrated by the nearly 2 million Muslims who have converged on some of Islam's most revered sites in Saudi Arabia. Worshippers gathered from sunrise Sunday on a stony hill and a vast surrounding plain known as Mount Arafat, about 15 kilometers from Mecca. The faithful recited ritual incantations, prayed and read from the Quran on the first day of the Hajj. Muslims believe the Prophet Muhammad gave his last sermon at the...... (read more)

18. Meat Prices Spike as Pakistan Prepares to Celebrate Eid
September 09, 2016

Eid ul Adha is one of the two holiest festivals for Muslims around the world. The signature ritual of the festival is sacrificing animals, in memory of Abraham’s willingness to sacrifice his son at God’s command, according to Muslim belief. Huge cattle markets spring up before the festival in many Muslim countries, offering customers a wide range of animals to choose from. One of the biggest cattle markets in Asia is held in Pakistan’s largest city Karachi.... (read more)

19. Budding US Artists Strive to Shoot for Stars
August 23, 2016

Summer camp between the school year is a ritual for many American kids. A unique camp in the Washington area offers an opportunity to some aspiring teenage artists to get a taste of what it takes to make it on Broadway. VOA June Soh has more on Young Artists of American’s musical theater intensive summer camp. Carol Pearson narrates.... (read more)

20. Japanese PM Again Skips Visit to Controversial War Shrine
August 15, 2016

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe sent a ritual offering to a controversial shrine honoring the country's fallen soldiers from World War II, avoiding a personal visit in order not to anger rivals China and South Korea. Abe sent the offering to the Yasukuni Shrine Monday as the leader of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party, not as prime minister, as Japan marked the 71st anniversary of its defeat at the hands of Allied forces.  In addition to millions of war dead, Yasukuni...... (read more)

21. 15 Things You Didn't Know about Tobacco
July 28, 2016

Smoking has come a long way throughout the years. What once started out as a religious and social ritual has now become a billion-dollar industry. Whether you enjoy rolling your own cigarettes or looking for interesting water pipes for sale in Denver, Colorado, take a look at a few interesting facts about one of America’s most famous industries. Cigarettes are traded more than anything else. Globally, there are more than 1 trillion cigarettes being sold between countries each year. This totals over $400 billion dollars in sales. The cork tip on the end of cigarettes was invented in 1925. A... (read more)

Author: Cleo Gib

22. Arrest of Malawi's 'Hyena' Man Highlights Clash of Ritual, Health and Women's Rights
July 27, 2016

BLANTYRE— Malawi police have arrested a man who practices the custom of deflowering young girls who have reached puberty.  It is a ritual observed in some remote southern regions of the country as a form of "cleansing."  But there is concern the paid sex worker, referred to as a "hyena," may have infected girls with the virus that causes AIDS.  There are many like him in his remote village in Nsanje district in southern Malawi, but Eric Aniva is considered the best.   He is a "hyena," the traditional title given to a man paid by famili... (read more)

23. Baton Rouge Mourns Slain Officer With Vigil
July 19, 2016

A community in the southern U.S. state of Louisiana held a vigil Monday night honoring one of three police officers killed by a former U.S. Marine. Hundreds of people gathered at a church in Baton Rouge for what has become a familiar ritual of grief and support both there and in other places across the country. "You know the person that perpetrated the events on Sunday was not even from our community here in Baton Rouge or from the state of Louisiana so I think our community is very strong, we're very united, doesn't mean we don't have problems, we'll address thos... (read more)

24. Glass teapot and Glass tea set for your daily morning ritual!
July 07, 2016

Getting up in the morning and having a craving for caffeine is something many of us recognises! Caffeine has become an important part of our lives and it’s a great way to kick start a busy, work filled day. It’s not that all of us are only fond of coffee, there is a larger base of tea lovers who are ardent fans of brewing tea in different styles and enjoying their cup of tea in different ways each morning. If you are a tea lover too, you already know how important it is to prepare the tea early in the morning with just the right amount you need. But doesn’t the whole process get too boring eve... (read more)

Author: Vikram kumar

25. Why Handicraft Gifts are counted as Perfect Returning Gifts for Wedding
June 30, 2016

How come Indian Handicrafts Are Extremely Appreciated as Wedding Go back Products Indian handicrafts are a beautiful option to be presented as wedding come back gifts. Since, these come back gifts are deeply stuck in the Indian culture, they can be becoming the first choice of millions as return gifts for wedding events. The trend is not new; rather it will take us back to the ancient times, where it was performed as a ritual in the various parts of India. Nevertheless during those times popular for using those works of art was at its top, currently also, it keeps the fun. Handicraft... (read more)

Author: James Roberts

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