To Survive In Japan - AniDub Forum
Postings have been prepared on the basis of those stories, who lives in Japan and interviews with Japanese. Used materials of the podcast "Japanese policemen", interview with Yuki-San, Takeru-San, Yuriko-San,…

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Landmarks of South Korea
War memorial of Korea, despite its name established not only as a tribute of respect to the fallen in wars for the country. It is a huge Museum complex with…

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Sexual traditions of the peoples of the world – Funny pictures, photos of girls free video, photo fun, humor

Sexual and gender vzaimootnoshenia and customs of different peoples is very different.Even in Europe,in the era of freedom and globalism,sexual differences are very great: first lose their virginity in Iceland – a 15 and a half years. Later do the Germans – before the sixteenth birthday and the Swedes with the Danes – 16 with a small. The “morally upright” Europeans were the Italians. In that country where anciently the girls kept a host of aunts, parted with innocence usually by the age of 18.

Though many believe the US liberated,Horny and depraved country America has not occupied the top spot. Such experience the youth gets there in almost 17 years. The latest offensive of the sexual life in India – on the eve of the twentieth anniversary. At about the same age, decided to engage in intimate relationships in South-East Asia: Vietnam, Indonesia, Malaysia, Taiwan.

Australian natives – war, instead of our customary handshake, friendliness demonstrate a slightly different gesture, namely — touching the dick of his companion.

Northern Kamchatka

Still deaf in the villages of Northern Kamchatka persisted centuries-old tradition of the guest copulation with the wife of the owner of the house. Moreover, the consent of the guest for the woman Continue reading

Family traditions: Korea


For millennia, the hanbok is a traditional clothing of Koreans. The beauty and elegance of Korean culture is perfectly captured by the photos of Korean women dressed in hanbok. Before the advent in Korea clothes Western style about 100 years ago, hanbok was everyday clothing of Koreans. Men wore Chogori (jacket) and paji (pants), clothing the women were cohorns chima (skirt). Nowadays, the hanbok is worn only on solemn and celebratory days such as wedding day, Sollal (Lunar New year) or it’s thanksgiving (harvest Day).

Despite the recent changes, the traditional Confucian structure of social relations still largely determines the behavior of Koreans. Age and social position are of great importance. It is believed that the younger one standing or lower social position are obliged to follow the wishes of senior without objection. Therefore, in Korea, people often ask the age, marital status of a person in order to determine their position in relation to that person. These questions are asked not out of idle curiosity. However, you may not answer them if you don’t want.

The most common Korean surnames are: Kim (21 % of all Koreans), Lee (14%), Park (8%), Choi (or choe), Jeong, Jang, Han, lim, etc. a Korean name consists Continue reading

V. A. Balkanski Tea – a delicate matter

In Japan, it is assimilated to the deity, in China included on the list eight items that must have every Chinese. Tea – it is not only a drink, it is part of the national culture. About Lipetsk well-known writer and popularizer of tea Balkanski Valentin told in his new book about the Eastern tea “Tea – a delicate matter” . After reading it, the reader learns a lot about tea traditions, and about the people for whom tea is not just a beverage to quench thirst, and the East fork of hospitality and attitude.

“Working on the book, I not only became acquainted with Oriental tea, but also like a new saw and what they live with these people. And credit to those true patriots of their native land, who, taking an opportunity, became a kind of guides and showed all the best and interesting that I want to show the dear guests”, – with sincere respect for the author notes.

Valentin Balkanski convinced that “tea is a drink that brings people together regardless of nationality and religion” . so the output of this book is now very relevant. In its creation took part the people living in different countries and speak different languages, which are United by a love of tea.

The book tells about the tradition of tea drinking in different parts of the world: Russia, Continue reading