March 11 will mark seven year recognition of World Day of Muslim Culture, Peace, Dialogue and Film created by writer-producer Javaid Mohammed.
Changing the mindset of how we view Black History Month- as recognition of those who broke barriers, strove for equality, and fought against injustices- will have a profound impact of being culturally savvy.
From exchanging love spoons to kissing in the capital, lovebirds around the world express their sentiments with unique customs.
Whether you attended or watched the inauguration, we are called to be civil to one another as the new administration takes office. Keep these tips in mind when engaging in post-inauguration discussion to encourage diverse perspectives
Whether you’re preparing to voyage internationally, managing a multicultural team, or simply want to gain insight into global cultures, these six tips will help you develop a deeper comprehension of diverse perspectives and a powerful appreciation of traditions worldwide.
Mentors can come in many forms, and offer indispensable support during times of change and transition. If you’re called to fill this pivotal role in someone’s life, follow these six tips to ensure that you are providing the guidance and insight they deserve.
As we raise our flags to half-mast on Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day, let us remember those who have died, and learn from the examples of empathy and reconciliation set by President Obama and Japanese Prime Minister Abe.
While most people believe that their age or schedule prevents them from embarking upon language learning, the time and energy invested in this empowering endeavor are worth every second.
There are countless joys of cultural immersion: learning a different language, finding yourself comfortable within your new surroundings, and making friends from a myriad of backgrounds.
From Bonsai to bullet trains, and tea ceremonies to tanshifunin postings, Japan is a country of contrasts in which the ancient and the ultramodern are seamlessly blended.