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  • ESPANA 

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    Pinterest, the new addiction

    Hands up who is not addicted to any social network. Nobody, right? Social networks are part of our day to day and we use them to communicate with our loved ones, for reasons of work…the possibilities are endless. As a […]

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  • UK 

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    How to roll a sushi

    Sushi is the most famous Japanese dish and one of the most eating subcultures developed outside of Japan, great alternative to leafy salads. I, now showing you how to roll a home made sushi using the basic of ingredients, it […]

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  • FILIPINE 

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    Illustrators of the Youth: 20 Years

    It’s been more than a decade since I last read children’s books. Recently I have encountered them again since I wanted to buy them as gifts for my own nieces and nephews. Instantly, I was transported back to the days […]

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  • MEXICO 

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    Hidden piece of art

    Once upon a time there was a very talented painter who didn’t consider himself an artist. Besides, he thought he was crazy and if people found out they would lock him up in an asylum. So he painted. He made […]

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  • RUSSIA 

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    Let’s get acquainted!

    Hello! I, Max Kiryanov, in January 2012 became an official blogger of United Blogs of Benetton in Russia.In order for you to know me better, I’ll write a little about myself. I have received professional training in educational institutions in […]

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  • TURKEY 

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    Turcopedia: a guide to knowing Turkey intimately

    If two Belgians, Antoine Rolin and Grégoire d’Oultremont meet a Turk, Tolga Tuna Turcopedia comes into being. If we analyze the subject further, we see that their aim is to provide interesting, puzzling, entertaining and informative popular culture context inspired […]

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  • FRANCE 

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    World fabrics & artisans

    The beginning of 2012 is starting on a productive and enthusiastic note! I invite you to discover the Fabrics & Crafts of the World project , a web-documentary to follow online, about a journey to document textile artisans and techniques […]

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  • TURKEY 

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    And this is my Soho

    Karaköy: 1st – The port neighborhood where, using its rundown pier, I go to Kadıköy. Weekdays, including Fridays, the last boat is at 11 P.M. 2nd – The healing therapy room in which I get rid of my hang-over with […]

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  • UK 

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    A new year and a new green start…

    Hello and Happy 2012! How was your festive holidays? I am currently on a 2 month long vacation in my motherland in Hong Kong to explore my culture that I haven’t yet discovered – old and new towns, food, shops […]

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  • FILIPINE 

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    Body spelling

    One of the most interesting forms of visual art in the Philippines is called “Letras Y Figuras”. I’m sure the idea of spelling out names by using body forms is not new; many of you have probably done it at […]

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  • UK 

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    Hackney City Farm

    As a keen long distance walker and have yet to visit a place or area where I haven’t explored previously, take Hackney City Farm for an example. I discovered the farm 4 years ago whilst I was training for half […]

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  • MEXICO 

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    Granny’s magazines when they were not grannies

    Little had changed in fashion magazines… in many, many years. In the beginning, Cosmopolitan felt proud of talking openly about sex, but at the same time, in the 80’s they gave advice like “don’t invite your gay friends to your […]

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