All In The Language Family: The Sino-Tibetan Languages
As the world’s 2nd largest language group, how did Sino-Tibetan languages evolve?
Does ‘Love’ Mean The Same Thing In Every Language?
In the English language, ‘love’ is a catch-all term for many different kinds of feelings. This is only partly why English speakers are so comfortable slinging it around.
8 Things You Didn’t Know About The Lunar New Year
Here are just a few facts about the massive celebration that is Chinese New Year, which is celebrated by over a billion people around the world.
Introducing Can Xue’s ‘Love In The New Millennium’
Love is all around! As well as paranoia. And informants. And magical herbal medicine. And people who sing like cicadas.
Which Languages Are Spoken In China?
If you thought Chinese was a language on its own or even believed there were but a few, prepare to have your mind blown.
Which Countries Speak The Least English?
Are you an ambitious language learner who wants to travel to places where you won’t be able to use English as a crutch? Take note.
These Adorable NYC Kids Will School You In Multiple Languages
At the International Academy of New York, kids are immersed in English, Mandarin and Spanish — as well as a lived commitment to diversity.
Around The World In 19 Cups Of Tea
What’s the tea on tea in other countries? Here’s a look at how 19 nations take their tea.
We Tried 6 Hot Drinks From Around The World
Sure, what you can get from Starbucks or Dunkin Donuts is fine, but why not try out some new drinks to warm your mind and body this year?
Death Cleaning And Other Decluttering Traditions Around The World
What do feng shui, the KonMari method, and Swedish death cleaning all have in common? They’re not just trendy — they also reveal something about the cultures they came from.
Quiz: Tell Us What You Like To Eat, We’ll Tell You Which Country To Visit
You’re hungry, and the whole world is your oyster (or a different food if you don’t like oysters).