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  • 10 Unique Features of Malaysia

    Indians. The traditional Malay attire is the Baju Melayu, which is a loose tunic that worn over trousers and normally wore together with...

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  • A Case Study of Frenchmen s Creek in Or

    supervisors should be good at observing the new employees and find whether there is unusual atmosphere among them, and then the supervisor can have...

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  • Iban Festival

    Celebrated with enthusiasm across Sarawak both in cities and rural villages, Gawai Dayak is a multi-day festival to honor the indigenous...

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  • Festival Handbook

    2 This booklet was inspired by and written for participants in the Festival Encouragement Project (FEP), a program co-created in 2003 by the...

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  • Event Management

    3. Module Name: Festival and Events Industry 4. Assignment No: Assignment 2 5. Lecturer Name: Dr....

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    history, so no doubt that it will not pop in everyone’s mind. Chinese New Year is also one example of the great influence Chinese, it is one colorful...

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    conservative business suit with tie, especially in cities. Build a wardrobe based on classic lines (selecting suits with a traditional lapel...

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  • Significance of Chistmas.

    Most members of the Roman Catholic Church and followers of Protestantism celebrate Christmas on December 25, and many celebrate...

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  • Wonder of Modern Scince

    owing to the immigrants are German, Polish, Italian and Greek. American Clothing: In general terms, American clothing is diverse and predominantly...

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  • Eid Celebration and Poors

    many traditional celebrations throughout the world. There is Christmas, Thanksgiving, and Easter. Not everyone or every culture, so to speak...

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  • Religious Beliefs Unit 25 Task 2

    story of Jesus (Matthew, Mark, Luke and John); and the Letters (or epistles) - written by various Christian leaders to provide guidance for the...

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  • Hunnukah

    Hanukkah- Judaism Festival Part A: Festival Research- Historical Content- Hanukkah or Chanukkah which is a...

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  • New Microsoft Office Word Document 2

    Why is Christmas Day on the 25th December?  No one knows the real birthday of Jesus! No date is given in the Bible, so why do we celebrate it...

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    support system, ideas about relationships, simple family tree (3generations) Change with time in people residing together Family tree today...

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  • The Role of “Homowo” Festival of the Gas in the Promotion of Cultural Tourism in La

    CAPE COAST POLYTECHNIC DEPARTMENT OF TOURISM THE ROLE OF “HOMOWO” FESTIVAL OF THE GAS IN THE PROMOTION OF CULTURAL TOURISM IN LA BY...

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  • National culture

    in many parts of the country where various agricultural products, traditional handicrafts, toys, cosmetics, as well as various kinds...

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  • essay

    Topic 1: My Holiday Dear Mary, Thank you for your letter. I have just returned home from my holiday in Nha Trang. It is a great city by the...

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  • Ganesha

    Another tale explains why Ganesha is also known as the remover of obstacles and why he is always the first deity invoked in any Hindu ceremony or...

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    Zayed and is still enjoys the patronage of the current rulers of our country. It was originally staged in an informal setting, at weddings or...

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  • Jobsatisfaction

    income families to manage their budget in Ramadan and Eid. Eid is our religious festival which is give us the massage of prosperity, sacrifice...

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