Child Poverty

Anthropology: The Prevalance of Child Poverty in Glasgow, Scotland and Sociocultural Implications

Glasgow is the biggest and the most populous city in Scotland. The city is situated along both banks of the River Clyde. Glasgow occupies much of the lower Clyde valley, and its suburbs extend into surrounding districts. Today, Glasgow’s population … Continue reading Anthropology: The Prevalance of Child Poverty in Glasgow, Scotland and Sociocultural Implications

The big advantage of the London Eye is that the visibility is up to 40km, you can see other landmarks.

Travel Guide: Explore the United Kingdom and its History and Culture

The United Kingdom, the full name known as The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, consisted of four countries including England, Wales, Scotland, and Northern Ireland. Moreover, an interesting fact is that the British are always talking about … Continue reading Travel Guide: Explore the United Kingdom and its History and Culture

The representation of the devil seducing a woman.

Scotland’s Most Intriguing Historical Witchcraft Confessions in the County Town of Fofar

The unnoticed county town of Forfar was the stage of the most scandalous event the town had ever experienced. In 1660-61, during a national panic (a massive witch purge), more than twenty accused witches were put to death. Nowadays, there … Continue reading Scotland’s Most Intriguing Historical Witchcraft Confessions in the County Town of Fofar

The traditional costume for Highland Dance

Anthropology: A Wonderful Look at Scottish Culture through Scotland’s Traditional Dances

Scotland is a land that fascinates. Its legends, landscapes and history can make you wish to discover this land and never leave it. When arriving in Scotland, there are plenty of activities you can try. The best ones are those … Continue reading Anthropology: A Wonderful Look at Scottish Culture through Scotland’s Traditional Dances