Are you unable to make conversation with Danes? Or are you not able to make friendship with them? Well, it is not the difficult task at all. Why not? Read this in the second post of my blog series ‘How to befriend with Danes’
Are you unable to make conversation with Danes? Or are you not able to make friendship with them? Well, it is not the difficult task at all. Why not? Read this in my blog series
How MOOC can be helpful in integration of immigrants? Read it in this interview of Ramon Talavera Franco taken by as part of my effort of bringing enthusiastic MOOC learners all across the world.
Storytelling in the context of ancient China: My observations!
In one of my previous blog post, I have tried to present my observations about Zhu Ge-Liang, one of the popular figures in Chinese history. Since then, I happened to […]
My curious journey of knowing more about the significance of ‘Fire’ in both Indian and Chinese culture.
My observations about the ancient Chinese traveler Xuanzhang (Hvensang) and what we can learn from him.
Zhuge Liang is a very prominent person in Chinese history, with lot of people gave him high respect for his command over many different skills. So, what was the reason due to which he became multi-tasking? I have tried for the first time my imagination, knowledge of history and own thoughts to understand it.
Well, gaining multiple skills is an art and it is only a gift to some people. Until few years, I used to think the same though reading a lot about history and understanding our ancient world has totally changed my view point. Read the first article in my series of article describing multiple tasking Chinese people.
Every city in the world has some sense of unique identity developed over the period of time. It can be ancient style of architecture, newly created buildings or innovative usage of space. These identities define the cities and their residents. Think about Shanghai- What comes in your mind?