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Kenyan Cultures

Kenya is a home for very many different people who have different cultural and ethnic believes. There are over forty tribes in Kenya. These form over seventy sub groups which have different tongues and cultural practises.

The Weather Patterns in Kenya

Kenya has an almost stable climatic condition all year round. Though due to global warming the conditions are changing, it is a country that receives fair weather all year round.

The Kikuyu

This is the largest community in Kenya. They are located in the central part of the country around the Mt. Kenya region.

Sweet Crude Oil

What is light sweet crude oil? You can discover the answer to this question when you read the content of this article. It talks about all about light sweet crude oil.

The Changing Times of the African Woman

‘A woman’s place is the kitchen’. This went without saying. Until recently, it was a taboo to find a woman working anywhere else but in the home taking care of her family. Even going to school for the girl child was unheard of. The first families to take there daughters to school were looked down upon and the girls sometimes did not find anyone to marry them.

Female Genital Mutilation

Traditionally, some communities in Kenya would circumcise not only the boys but the girls too. This was fully accepted and it was a shame if you were a girl and did not have the cut. Even today, some communities still practice it. With the on set of the western culture, people started getting enlightened on the dangers of this practice. Some communities dropped the practice completely.

Green Card Application Mistakes – 3 Things to Avoid

Many people think that a green card application through the normal routine would be too much of a hassle, and instead go for a shortcut – to marry a US citizen for the same. Although this might be true that the process is indeed faster, it is certainly not any easier, to the point that many realize after applying through marriage that they would have been better off doing it on an individual basis.

US and Israeli Warships Cross Suez Canal

According to a London based newspaper the U.S. and Israel have sent as many as twelve warships through the Suez Canal on Friday. This group of warships included a U.S. aircraft carrier as well as an Israeli warship. The news article did not elaborate on the exact nature or size of the Israeli warship at this time, but the report did mention the passage of the U.S. aircraft carrier and the fact that it was carrying armored vehicles, troops, and ammunition.

Bastille Day

Bastille Day is celebrated in France every year on the Fourteenth of July to commemorate the start of the great French Revolution of the eighteenth century which put an end to the French Aristocracy. The day was when the rebels stormed the fortress of Bastille Prison and broke out the inmates, and hence causing the initiation of the great revolution, which was later recognized as the foundation for the development of the great country of France.

Shortages in the Philippines

Lately there have been way too many outages in the Philippines, no soda, no smokes, no freaking electricity way too much of the time. Yet what we do have here is an abundance of love. If you’re considering the expat life style I have two words for you. Do it and do it in the Philippines.

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