Throughout the coronavirus pandemic the effectiveness of masks has been under debate, but Icelandic designer Yrurari’s knitted face coverings aren’t so much to stop airborne droplets as to keep people at a distance by displaying scary tongues or fangs. The sometimes bizarre creations were inspired by the films and TV shows Yr Johannsdottir, the designer’s […]
In the Philippines, we celebrate Christmas by attending “Simbang Gabi” or “Misa de Gallo” (dawn mass) for nine consecutive days from December 16 to 24 or by preparing your Pinoy food favorites for Nochebuena. But have you ever wondered how the countries on the other side of this planet celebrate the season of giving? Do […]
Meeting new people, learning about different cultures, tasting new food, such experiences will help you in broadening your view of the world. Local and international travel has become much more accessible lately, thanks to the growing number of travel agencies who come up with great packages that enables one’s travel dreams to come true. The […]
Half the people inside the stadium have both arms raised above their heads, as if performing some choreography. None of the arms are moving, all of them pointed skyward like tree branches. Then a couple of loud drumbeats reverberate throughout the stadium signals the start of the chant. The hands then come together for a […]
For 3 months, the successful applicant and a friend will move to Iceland and use it as a base to travel to 38 destinations.
Iceland started the year with a solid step towards closing the gender wage gap by making it illegal for companies to pay men more than women for the same work. The country has become the first in the world to legalize equal pay. The new law which came into effect on January 1 states that companies […]