The roots of Chinese paper cutting as an art form may date back to the time when paper was invented by Cai Lun of the Eastern Han Dynasty in China. This art form became popular as paper became more affordable. Traditionally, the paper cuts have been used to decorate windows and doors.
Imagine waking up on a remote island one fine morning and deciding to travel to Asia. Which direction would you choose to go?
Did you know that the New Year celebrations are among the oldest and most universally observed festivities in world cultures. At the heart of the celebrations is the remembrance of creation and life’s renewal.
Nuestro tercer segmento en celebración del mes de la herencia latina celebra la comida de las Américas. También le daremos información de algunos datos interesantes de estas comidas.
Our third part of the series celebrating Latino heritage month highlighting interesting things about Pre-Columbian America is dedicated to the wonderful foods of the Americas. We are also highlighting some of the unique qualities of these foods.
During the celebration of Latino Heritage Month, we'll be sharing a weekly post highlighting interesting facts from Pre-Columbian America. This second installment is dedicated to the interesting animals that roam the Americas from North to South.
Éste es el segundo artículo en nuestra serie dedicada a América precolombina, donde reconocemos los aportes de las civilizaciones que existían antes de la colonización europea en América.