Category Culture

Liminal spaces “A journey to the edges of reality.”

Liminal spaces are those weird, atmospheric, and sometimes-eerie places that look like the gateway to another realm. The place where you find yourself now is so vast, empty of any presence… as if everything there was set there just for you. You might feel free to do as you please or finally find serenity outside […]

Tunisian wedding

Tunisia is a wealthy country culturally because of its strategic position between the eastern world and the occidental world, represented by the European nations located very close to the country. However, some of the country’s cultural traditions have stayed until today, which gives even more charm to this country that offers so much culture and […]

Not Only Blood

The movie industry wasn’t the same after the Cannes Film Festival of ’94 when one of the best movies ever made was introduced to the public: Pulp Fiction by the best movie director of all times, Quentin Tarantino. Everyone in that premier knew that changes in the movie industry would start happening, and that movie […]

Volunteering in a Spanish village that even Google can’t find

What is “Agres”? Do you mean “Sagres”? No, Mr. Google, it’s Agres, trust me. A village is resting on a peaceful mountain that is ever so present in the narrow streets that feel more vertical than horizontal. A bundle of houses squashed together – a place where everything is close, and the people are even […]

Folk horror: a sub-genre of horror that draws on the roots of our cultures

Witches, demons and ancient gods… Folk horror feeds on the oldest popular myths and legends of our history, sources of fascination and deep fear buried in each of us. Imbued with enchantment and occultism forgotten in our modern society, lose yourself on a short journey into the heart of the folk horror mysteries. Before we […]

The fascinating Catalan Culture

Catalunya is located in Spain. It has a population of 7.5 million people. It is rich in culture and tradition, unique food, language, and special festive days. You might have heard something about Catalan culture before, but if you haven’t, these are some examples of the most common festive traditions that you should know. Correfoc  […]

Waterworld may no longer be a sci-fi scenario

The United Nations has recently approved a project called “Oceanix City”, which develops a floating city for the seas off Busan in South Korea to pioneer a new mode of living amid sea-level rises. Let’s give an overview. On 18th November of this year, the city government of Busan signed an agreement with Oceanix, a […]

Be ready for Ready Player One ! 

The term “metaverse” was coined and described for the first time in 1992 by Neal Stephenson, an American sci-fi writer, in his novel “Snow Crash.” Decades later, this concept has been translated into reality, so much so that it applies to different applications such as video games, musical events, or professional meetings. How is the state of […]

3D-Printed houses may announce the big revolution ever in construction

According to its semi-annual report published by the IDC (International Data Corporation) on the 8th of January 2019, 3D printing (or three-dimensional printing) industry has steadily developed over the past few years. It has gradually opened up new fields of application. What are the different 3D printers that exist today? What can these technologies offer […]

Inflation is hitting hard across the globe

The spectre of the covid pandemic has often been feared, but as the time goes by, its effects are increasingly visible. A significant part of the world faces a severe inflation and no one can really predict how long it will last. What are the causes and the characteristics of this inflation? Here are parts […]

Into the Wildfires

Hard scorchers, no rain – during the last weeks, many woods lighted up. Especially Greece and Turkey, but also parts of Macedonia, were hit by the wildfires. Many people lost their houses and properties, some even their highest property – their life. Wildfires seem to become more frequent and stronger every year, so it’s high […]