Latest Posts in Tag: culture

2 weeks ago

The best places to celebrate Dutch carnival!

The weeks before Easter, a large part of the Netherlands is already in the festive mood, it's CARNIVAL! Carnival has been a popular festival for centuries, which in […]
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4 weeks ago

Why You Should Have Morocco on Your Bucket List

Morocco, a country I visit nearly every summer. The nostalgia that hits as soon as I step foot on Moroccan soil, instantly makes me feel at home. The sizzling Moroccan mint tea in tiny […]
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1 month ago

4 reasons to write, even when you think you’re not talented

I won’t tell you lies: not everyone can write! I, myself, don’t want to pretend I do. It brings me enjoyment for the selfish reason that it frees […]
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2 months ago

The gift (not a curse) of being bilingual

Walking on our international campus, you can hear many beautiful languages from all around the world, mixed with the familiar sound of Dutch. Being in a multilingual environment has taught me […]
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7 months ago

USA Culture Wise: My American experience

At Breda University of Applied Sciences, we believe that one of the most thrilling opportunities in life is being able to visit new places, meet new people, and […]
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7 months ago

What Internationals Find Surprising About the Netherlands

As someone born and raised in the Netherlands, Dutch culture is completely normal to me. It wasn’t until I started meeting more internationals that I realised some things […]
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September 28, 2020

Basque people: a language not related to any other European one

The ancient Basque culture has survived against the odds. Their ethnic group is located in a region between southwest France and northwest Spain. They call themselves Euskal Herria, […]
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September 21, 2020

Zapotec people: an isolated culture in Mexico

Cloud people. That is how the people of the Southern highlands of central Mesoamerica were called when they inhabited the place from about 500 BCE – 900 BCE. […]
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September 4, 2020

Origami: the ancient art of paper that turned into symbolism.

Do you remember as a young child folding paper into a hat, boat or crane? What about that game where you determine how many children your friends would […]
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August 27, 2020

Banana Soup: the Unknown Carribbean Soup that has Conquered the Locals’ Heart.

Diversity. It is important. Not only in society, but also in creativity! Therefore, article will be different from others, as we will be listening to one of BUAS’ […]
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August 26, 2020

Dream Catchers: a Story of Tribes and Spiderwebs

They make sure you will not experience nightmares. Most people who own them hang them above their bed, but there is a possibility you have seen them hanging […]
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August 25, 2020

Indigenous Australian art: the Oldest Unbroken Tradition of Art in the World

The Indigenous culture dates back as far as between 60.000 and 80.000 years. Due to the Indigenous people not using a written language, they were bound to use […]
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