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  • Hanoi: Chu Dong Tu Festival: from 7 to 9 March 2009  By : Michele De Capitani
    According to the Vietnamese tradition, Chu Dong Tu is an immortal god, which is celebrated every year between the 10th and the 12th day of the lunar calendar. This year celebrations will take place between the 7th and the 9th March in various cities, but they are particularly important in Da Hoa and Da Trach, few kilometres from Hanoi, where there are also some temples dedicated to the god.
  • A Hot Ghetto Mess: Escaping the hood  By : Mario Ford
    Escaping Proverty through mental focus
  • Why People Should Join Courses In Building  By : Trent04 Trent04
    Know More about the Building Courses

    There are many professional courses which help the real estate professionals to excel in their field. Accredited training courses are available in the field of real estate and one who has chosen a career in real estate will be highly benefited from these building courses. Some of the subjects that are dealt in these courses include rural property sales, property management and property consulting.
  • What's so great about an African hunting safari?  By : ChrisDanes
    Discover the adventure that an African hunting safari can bring, and the things that make it so incredible.
  • Las Supersticiones en los Casinos  By : Jack Reider
    Las supersticiones en los casinos son parte de la cultura de muchos jugadores. Si eres un jugador de casino, probablemente tendrás tus propias creencias, supersticiones y rituales que te ayudan a ganar.
  • Working Out The Meanings Of Coats of Arms  By : Jazmin Begbie
    Coats of arms have been used to define and describe families and nations from ancient times. Now many people look back on their coats of arms to trace their genealogy. A close look at the symbols on coats of arms reveals the meanings that they signify. Here are some of the more common elements in many coats of arms.
  • Family Christmas Traditions from Germany  By : Jane Roseen
    German legend says that, on Christmas Eve, all the rivers turn to wine, the animals speak to each other and to humans, trees bear fruit, church bells ring from the sea, and gems pour forth from the mountains.
  • History of Oktoberfest  By : Jane Roseen
    The first Oktoberfest was held on Ocotber 12, 1810, in Munich to celebrate the wedding of Prince Ludwig I of Bavaria and princess Maria Teresa of Saxony-Hildburghausen on what was to become known as Theresienwieses - Theresa's fields.
  • To Grandma With Love  By : Jaci Rae
    For those who love their Grandma. As I gaze out the window at my Grandmother walking swiftly up the path in her backyard, I sit in awe and amazement of her.
  • Traditions Learned of the Irish  By : Dana Smith
    Traditions of the Irish came into my family as a result of marriage. From My wife to my Son-in-law, we now recognize these more than before.


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