Travel Guide: Top Things to Do in Perth, Australia (The Most Isolated City in the World)

Ah Perth. The capital city of Western Australia, Perth, holds the title of the ‘most isolated city on the globe.’ For decades, Perth residents have held a grudge against the small city’s seclusion … domestic and international flights being far more … Continue reading Travel Guide: Top Things to Do in Perth, Australia (The Most Isolated City in the World)

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Chavín Domestication of Quinoa and its Affects on Civilization

The Chavín civilization flourished in the vertically stratified terrain of present-day Peru. Archaeological evidence suggests that the Chavín experienced a shift from a mobile lifestyle to a more sedentary lifestyle for a dependable food supply. They domesticated crops, such as … Continue reading Chavín Domestication of Quinoa and its Affects on Civilization

Anthropology: Evidence of South Africa’s Diverse Culture Through Its Cuisine

South Africa, also known as RSA, is renowned for being a rainbow nation. It is recognised as such because of its wide range of ethnicities all over the country. Most of this is the result of Apartheid and colonization. South … Continue reading Anthropology: Evidence of South Africa’s Diverse Culture Through Its Cuisine

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Nutritional Value Adjustments Resulting from Globalization Processes

Globalization, or the process by which goods, services, and ideas develop international influence, has undoubtedly affected the nutritional values of food globally. In the realm of nutrition, globalization influences supply chains and available food products. Migration and the global expansion … Continue reading Nutritional Value Adjustments Resulting from Globalization Processes

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Humanity on the Rise: How Bread Influenced the Growth of Civilization

For almost 30,000 years, bread has been an active part of humanity, and has influenced humanity’s growth. As people were experimenting with flour to make a paste, or gruel of sorts, they might have accidentally invented bread. Bread, as we … Continue reading Humanity on the Rise: How Bread Influenced the Growth of Civilization

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How Cultural Influences Impacted the Spread and Growth of Soy Sauce in China and Japan

From sushi restaurants to your local Chinese take-out, soy sauce is a mandatory part of any Japanese, Chinese, and even Korean meal. If you don’t normally eat out, you probably have a bottle of Kikkoman in your pantry, or at … Continue reading How Cultural Influences Impacted the Spread and Growth of Soy Sauce in China and Japan