As the sun stoops beneath the desert’s enflamed sand blanket, Uluru presents a magnifying beauty; it strikingly protrudes as a natural lightbulb, illuminating Australia’s vast dry landscape with a soft glow. Uluru is a large sandstone formation located in the … Continue reading Anthropology: Cultural Significance of Uluru and the Tourist Gaze
Whenever you think of East Africa, you see prodigious wildlife in your mind’s eyes, but without knowing Maasai culture and tradition, your trip will not be fulfilled as it gives the place a distinctive essence of culture and customs. Before … Continue reading Anthropology of Maasai Culture: Their Journey from Past to Future
In my opinion, a trip is never complete without knowing the cultural and historical milieu of the place. Therefore, I am taking you to Taiwan, a nation with an intriguing history and cultural environment as Taiwan’s culture is far greater … Continue reading Anthropology: A Historical and Cultural Trip to Taiwan
What is National Sorry Day? National Sorry Day brings Australians together to commemorate the survivors of a dark time in Australian History. Officially known as the National Day of Healing, this holiday allows everyone to discuss the experiences of members … Continue reading How does National Sorry Day Reflect the Reality of Australian Aboriginal People’s Lives?
A Venture To the Land Down Under Australia, also known as ‘The Land Down Under’ or ‘Oz’ is the oldest continent on Earth. Being the oldest landmass, life has had more time to adapt much differently than anywhere else on … Continue reading Travel Guide: Australia and the Wonders in the Land Down Under
The Australian Aboriginals; Culture, Traditions and Basics about the First people of australia and the oldest civilisation in the world. Continue reading Australian Aboriginal People: Overview of Their Tradition and Culture