People and Culture

A wise man said, ”The world is a book. Those who do not travel only read one page.” Last June, I heeded the soft whispers of a much anticipated Russian adventure. I set out, like thousands of sports revellers, for football’s biggest party – The Russia 2018 World Cup.  This is my story. Summertime is certainly the...

Located in the centre of the Chinese capital, Beijing – the forbidden city remains an iconic element in Chinese history. Built by an approximate 1 million labourers for 14 years from 1406 to 1420, consisting of 980 buildings, over 9000 rooms that cover 720,000 square meters making it the world’s largest imperial...

With just 10 days to  Russia2018- the biggest showdown of all things football related, it’s not too late time to improve your knowledge of the World Cup and renew the excitement that’s already enveloping the environment. Here are a few facts you need to know about the upcoming football fiesta- The 2018 World...

There’s that special something about mothers that makes them beyond remarkably special. Little wonder humanity chose a day to show appreciation for all the love, care, and sacrifice characteristic of every mother.However, dates differ across different countries. While some countries like the UK and Nigeria chose...

Imagine 1.4 billion people travelling together in a country for new year festivities? Well, welcome to China’s Spring Festival Rush.The Spring Festival Rush is an annual Chinese festival characterized by booked out trains, clogged transport system, and a seemingly endless hoard of travelers.  Traditionally, Spring...

Zimbabwe seats in between two major African rivers – Limpopo and the mighty Zambezi.  Just a few days ago, military seized power, ending the 37 years’ reign of President Robert Mugabe.    Here are quirky facts about Zimbabwe that could either leave you laughing or in complete shock.#1. All hail the world famous...