Cultural traditions include events, rituals and customs that a society shares. Read about the wide variety of cultural traditions in these articles.
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March 8, International Women's Day, has been celebrated around the world for more than a century. This year's theme is "Embrace Equity."
In the Netherlands, children get gifts from St. Nicholas, who's accompanied by his servant Zwarte Pieten (Black Pete), always wearing blackface. Many Dutch denounce him as racist while others claim it's just part of the culture.
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Halloween is fast approaching, and with it comes a number of traditions. From carving a jack-o-lantern to donning costumes, bobbing for apples and handing out candy to neighborhood kids. But there is one Halloween tradition that does not get enough attention, and that is the annual All Hallow’s Eve prank. Yes, each October 31st pranksters […] The post 10 Halloween Pranks That Went Horribly and Tragically Wrong appeared first on Goliath.
By Jack Sackman
Reading facial expressions can be tough enough, but what happens when you throw cultural differences and traditions into the mix?