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Travel: 10 Things To Do Before And During Your Trip To China

If anyone has not told you what to do before you embark to China here are some tips before you leave. These tips I wish I knew before I arrived in China. 1. Bank Card: Make sure your bank knows you are going overseas. Make sure your debit card can work in foreign ATM machines. Usually, if you get a debit card from a major bank like Bank of America,
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Lifestyle: Don’t You Know That You’re Toxic?

Toxic people, emotional vampires, we all have them in our lives.  They’re the people who leave that roller coaster feeling in the pit of your stomach.  The people who make you groan when you see them, or duck into a room when you see them coming down the hall. I have been dealing with some for a number of years now.  So I would like give you some coping tips
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Culture: Why The Purpose of Ramadan Is Trusting in Allah

Ramadan, which is the 9th month of the Muslim lunar calendar, is a month of fasting as prescribed for Muslims in the Qur’an. This sacred month for Muslims marks a time where Muslims around the globe partake in fasting, alms giving, late night prayers, and reading Qur’an. Ramadan is one of the 5 pillars of Islam. The word Ramadan comes from the Arabic root ramiḍa or ar-ramad which means scorching
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Rachel Dolezal: Black or White? The Issue Of Race and Self-Identity

After recently being outed by her own parents as being white, the  director of the Spokane, Washington chapter of the NAACP, Rachel Dolezal has sparked a new discussion race and cultural self-identity. Dolezal, who reportedly passed herself off as African-American for the last ten years, has become the subject of harsh criticism for proverbially “doing blackface” and racially misleading the African-American community about her face. With social media weighing in