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What Did You Take for Granted Until Living Abroad?

“We shall not cease from exploration, and the end of all our exploring will be to arrive where we started and...
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How a Football Coach Influenced a Culture

On a warm Autumn’s day after wandering aimlessly around Seoul Forest taking pictures, I decided to have a cup...
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Whitewater Kayaking in South Korea

Greetings! Today, I will take you on another splendid journey through time. You have the honor of accompanying me a...
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Hot New Sports! Come Read All About It!

This month, I Dig Culture is celebrating Sports, a rather exciting topic to tackle. Here is an opportunity to cover...
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Blood, Sweat and Tears: the Power of Sport

Sport is a key part of both the past and present worlds. Along with music, literature and dance, it’s something t...
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Is English a Threat to Linguistic Traditions?

As a native speaker of English, I revel in a fantastic luxury when I travel. Wherever I go, I can assume that the l...
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French Historical Conversations: Pope Edition

Sometimes people believe that walking under a ladder is bad luck. Sometimes people think that swallowing a watermel...
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Does Religion Equal Spirituality?

  Does Religion Equal Spirituality? I want to ask what it means to be spiritual in today’s world. Are be...
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Awaken Your Spirituality

What does spirituality look like? Happy Calm Peaceful Strength Courage Soulful Confident Clean Slate Prayer Gentle ...
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Why Atheists celebrate Christmas

I must have been 5 or 6 years old when my best friend told me during gym class that Sinterklaas (the Dutch version ...