Ramadan, Chinese New Year, St Patrick’s Day, Hanukah… Every race has its own set of holidays and celebrations. A source of national pride and cultural identity, these events illuminate the rich history of the world’s diverse ethnic groups.
Mother’s Day is the second Sunday in May. Learn about its history and show your mother how much you love her with this non-commercial guide.
In the spirit of St. Patrick’s Day we thought we’d give you a little lesson on how to pour the perfect pint of Guinness. Ask any Irish person and they’ll tell you that getting a pint of ‘The Black Stuff’ just right is not just about grabbing a glass and pouring, it’s an art form! …
Making a set of Chinese paper lanterns is an easy way to get your kids into the spirit of the Chinese New Year and expose them to one of the world’s richest cultures.
Making a flying lantern is an exciting way to participate in the festivities of the Chinese New Year. This easy guide shows you how.
Chinese New Year begins on February 14th and we’re ringing in the Year of the Tiger by pigging out on some fortune cookies. Here’s how we made ours! Ingredients 2 large egg whites ½ teaspoon of pure vanilla extract ½ teaspoon of pure almond extract 3 tablespoons of vegetable oil 8 tablespoons of all-purpose flour …
The 15th day of the lunar calendar marks the end of the Chinese New Year, a day that has traditionally been celebrated with a lantern festival during which people gather together to enjoy a display of brightly coloured lanterns, entertainment and festive food.