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Video On Traditions

An ancient Japanese technique that preserves wood for one 100 years!

"Shou sugi ban" is a Japanese technique to which natural wood is subjected to obtain a finish that is aesthetically striking, beautiful, and unique which can last up to 100 years!  The surface of…

Exciting Spinning Top Competitions in Taiwan!

In Taiwan, the spinning top is not just a child's toy that no one plays with anymore!  In fact, in Taiwan, there are important teams that compete against each other by producing the most incredible and…

An old Spanish tradition regarding bulls gets an update!

In 2016, in different Spanish-speaking countries where the tradition of bullfighting is still strong (La Puebla del Río, Palomares del Río) people have organized versions of the so-called "running of…

This traditional Carnival sweet is fantastic! Eating is believing! :)

In the month of February, more than in any other month, people give in to their sweet tooth! Indeed, it is really hard to resist the temptation to eat one of the most famous traditional Italian cuisine…

"Zeppole" a famous and absolutely delicious Italian treat! Mamma Mia! ;)

Each tradition that celebrates the arrival of the Carnival season involves the preparation of sweets; and in the Italian tradition, in addition to "chiacchiere" (Carnival fritters) and castagnole (Damselfish),…

"Filindeu" the rarest pasta in the world is Sardinian!

The Italian pasta named "filindeu" is a typical local pasta made in Nuoro, a city found on the magnificent island of Sardegna! In keeping with the ancient tradition, this pasta is completely made by…

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