Issue Number - 16
Month - January 2015
NEW YEAR RITUALS AROUND THE GLOBE
Many of us celebrate the New Year with free-flowing drinks, dancing, and being in the presence of loved ones when the clock strikes midnight. But, how rest of the world celebrates the New Year? January 1st may be the original beginning of the New Year in the Western hemisphere, but some cultures believe that the New Year takes place at a different time altogether.
The Chinese celebrate the New Year in late January or early February, Rosh Hashanah - the Jewish New Year - is in autumn, and some cultures follow the Julian lunar calendar and celebrate it in mid-January. How people begin their New Year varies locally from country to country - though most tend to have the customary fireworks display on New Year’s Eve. Let’s look at some of the New Year’s rituals around the world.
8 HIDDEN BEACHES OF THE WORLD
Even for die-hard swimmers,surfers,and sunbathers, sometimes a day at the beach is anything but a welcome relief. With today’s fast track life, we do not get not enough tranquillity to enjoy the majesty of blue skies and white-crested waves.
The good news is that there are still undiscovered beaches out there.Here is a list of 8 hidden beaches around the world:
- Grand Haven, Michigan with a 2.5-mile harbour-front boardwalk, and 2 19th-century red lighthouses.
FOOD TRENDS OF 2015
With the arrival of New Year, the first few days are stocked with the reports of the latest trends around the world. One section which is loved by all is Food. There is no group which is more obsessed with “The Next Big Thing” conversation than food people. Let’s have a look at the food trends that will make 2015 a very special year for food lovers.
- “Fresh Food Delivery has arrived” - Grocery delivery tests will give way to far improved services.
- “Embracing the Alternative Proteins” - Cricket flour and meat, and cheese made from plants will gain more fans.
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