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What is Black Friday and How Did it Start?

In the US, Black Friday is popularly known as the Friday following Thanksgiving, typically on the fourth Friday of November, which marks the start of the ...

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A Guide on Traditional Japanese Tattoos

Japanese tattoos have become a popular tattoo style recognized all over the world. The eye-catching vibrant colors and bold designs perfectly depict the ...

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Traditions To Expect at a Mexican Wedding

Mexican weddings are huge family affairs that are often reunions and can have up to 200 guests. You don’t need to be related to the couple to be considered ...

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A Guide on Traditional American Tattoos

Want to try a bold and striking tattoo on your body? The traditional American tattoo style is a great choice for you!   Also known as ‘old ...

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9 Most Popular Scottish Wedding Traditions

Weddings are the celebration of a union between two people. Each culture has its different variations of it and the customs they tend to practice when one ...

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What Are the Religions in Vietnam? A List

Each country has a population that perceives religion differently than others. While some countries have a separation of religion and State, others use faith ...

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4 Common Religions in Japan Explained

All around the world, there are different groups of people that have different beliefs. As such, each country has prominent organized religions that coexist ...

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List of Religions in China – What You Need to Know

With so many people in the world, it’s only natural for us to divide into different groups, with each group based on different religious beliefs and desires. ...

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10 Chinese Wedding Traditions

Chinese weddings can be described as a mixture between traditional and modern. Granted, they vary according to the wealth of the newlyweds and their families, ...

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10 Christmas Traditions with a German Twist

One often forgets that the same holidays can be celebrated quite differently around the world, and Christmas is one such festivity. Each country has its own ...

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