We all know that cultural curiosity drives cultural awareness. But what’s cultural awareness? The dictionary definition describes it as “the understanding of the differences between us and people from other countries or other backgrounds, especially in the differences in attitudes and values.” Extending from that theory, cultural curiosity is nothing but the desire or eagerness to learn and understand those values and appreciate their heritage and how that shapes them as individuals or a community. It helps us to develop a new perspective on the world, makes us more sensitive to other cultures, and accepting of change and newness. And
Month: March 2023
7-Day “Blue Zone” Culinary Cycling Tour of Sardinia
Welcome to Sardinia, a fascinating island where the land is rich in history, culture, and culinary delights. Tourissimo is thrilled to present a 7-day “Blue Zone” culinary cycling tour of Sardinia hosted by the renowned Chef Gabrielle Hamilton. This culinary tour is designed for those who want to discover the authentic tastes of Sardinia while enjoying scenic and traffic-free roads.
Sardinia is a magical place that many travelers describe as being a continent unto itself, with each area and town having diverse landscapes and local traditions. The food and wine of Sardinia are just as varied and unique as the
The Woman Wondering If Her New Man Is Toxic
Photo-Illustration: by Marylu Herrera
New York Magazine’s Sex Diaries series asks anonymous city dwellers to record a week in their sex lives — with comic, tragic, often sexy, and always revealing results. The column, which began in 2007, is the basis of a new docuseries on HBO.
This week, a woman worries that the finance guy she’s seeing has a bad reputation: 28, single, Brooklyn.
7:20 a.m. It’s Saturday morning. I wake up in M’s bed very, VERY hungover. He’s still asleep. We’re both naked. I feel like dog shit. We went out until 4 a.m., so I
Peru: Mummy found in man’s food delivery bag in Peru
A pre-Hispanic mummy, estimated to be between 600 to 800 years old, was discovered in a food delivery cooler bag by Peruvian police over the weekend.
Police told CNN that the mummified remains were found with three men who were drinking in a deserted park in the Peruvian city of Puno on Saturday afternoon.
“A 26-year-old man had a delivery bag labeled ‘Pedidos Ya.’ Inside they found a mummy,” senior agent Marco Antonio Ortega, who is a spokesperson for Puno region’s National Police, told CNN. Pedidos Ya is a Latin American food delivery app.
Images of the discovery
stocks, data, news and earnings
Santander exec chair: Value creation in banking will now move to Europe; shares up 4.7%
Santander Executive Chair Ana Botin told CNBC that value creation would be moving to Europe after the U.S. and Brazil have created “huge value” for its customers in previous years.
“Diversification is very valuable to shareholders and customers,” Botin said, as she reflected on Santander’s announcement that it would raise its return on tangible equity ration (ROTE) for 2023 to 2025.
“The value of the group is very evident,” Botin added.
Botin was keen to emphasize that the
H-Mart to open second Austin location on Burnet Road next spring
Asian supermarket goods and food court offerings are coming to Burnet Road with the opening of Austin’s second H-Mart location.
A representative for the grocery store on Monday told the American-Statesman that the new location will sit at 5222 Burnet Road. The exact opening date has not been determined, but the store could be open by the end of the year or next year, according to the representative.
The store’s location will be in the same center as Chi’lantro and Austin Diner. That’s less than a mile away from the H-E-B at Burnet Road and Allandale Road, and it’s about