BOOKS & LITERATURE

Ancient capital city Datong launches cultural feast with Yungang series tourism activities

Datong of north China’s Shanxi province recently kicked off its classical Datong Yungang culture and tourism series, showing the world with profound historical and cultural vitality of the ancient Chinese capital and also a gesture to honor the 70th anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China (PRC). Read More Source- Prnewswire

By Varun Yadav, ago
ART & DESIGN

SoCultures Magazine March-April 2019

SoCultures presents again a very precious and informative issue.  This issue explores our beautiful world and gets inspiration from cultures and incredible culture curators from the world over. There are stories of excellence and innovation in different fields of creativity- art, music, heritage, architecture etc. As someone has said, “Everything Read more…

By So Cultures, ago
BOOKS & LITERATURE

Meet 13 years old Ananya Kamboj, who has been chosen as a Good Will Ambassador of BRICS Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BRICS CCI) .

BRICS Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BRICS CCI) in partnership with the Russian Embassy in New Delhi hosted a cross-cultural event, where they felicitated and invited Ananya Kamboj at the Embassy of Russian Federation to read some chapters of her book, “My Journey from Mohali to St. Petersburg”. The event took place Read more…

By So Cultures, ago
BOOKS & LITERATURE

These wordsmiths are definiely creating a buzz in 2018 I SoCultures

The 2018 edition of CBC Books‘ annual writers to watch list is here. These emerging writers from different genres and fields are set to leave their mark on the literary scene. Their writing styles are attracting the attention what with interesting topics ranging from monstrous creatures to Russian Spies, unapologetically Indigenous and queer political, cultural Read more…

By So Cultures, ago
BOOKS & LITERATURE

“Feast” by Anissa Helou. The book has 300 recipes all from the far-flung parts of the world where Islam spread.I SoCultures

When Anissa Helou was sitting at a dinner party in London, she realized the paucity of Lebanese cookbooks.  From 1975 to 1990, due to the country’s civil war, the entire generation of Lebanese people had been uprooted and had also lost access to the food of their homeland. Her ninth cookbook, “Feast: Read more…

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