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Because you live in a wonderful multicultural country, it is a pleasure to want to understand cultures other than your own. There are several ways to do this, but the most important thing is to remember that we are all just people trying to do the best we can. If this helps: You have to embrace cultural so differences You need to learn how to understand cultural differencesYou want to learn how to talk to…

COVID-19 One year after the official announcement of a global epidemic, how did the novel Corona Virus reshape the Asia-Pacific region? One year ago, on March 11, 2020, the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a global epidemic. Since it exploded into headlines in Wuhan, China, the virus has infected more than 118 million people worldwide and killed 2.6 million. Beyond that, however, linked locks have destroyed economies and shaken established political orders – or strengthened…

Wednesday, April 14 Sinhalese New Year 2021 in Sri Lanka At the end of the harvest season, when the sun moves from Pisces to Aries, the long-awaited “New Year” year in Sri Lanka is celebrate in many homes, mainly by Buddhists and Hindus. From a list of customs to delicious mouthfuls of sweets and fun activities, this year offers an opportunity for all Sri Lankans to celebrate as one family. Sinhala and Tamil New Year…

Love is something that shout be celebrate every day, and we have a day dedicated to Valentine’s Day for that. Every year on February 14th, Valentine’s Day is a day that has a special meaning for respecting and lovingly caring for true love. Spreading love and joy is Valentine’s Day. Some people plan a romantic fancy day or spend time with their loved ones in long love. But perhaps the most special way to express…

Asia has a somewhat romantic-hate relationship with Valentine’s Day. Some countries have embraced the Western holiday, and have even made their unique turn for it – other countries are not so keen on the concept. February 14 Let’s find out what that means across Asia. Sri Lanka ranked 8th globally in Valentine’s Day popularity Colombo, Feb 14 (Xinhua) – Sri Lanka has been ranked eighth in the world in a global study of places where…

Historians divide history into large and small units to explain history to themselves and students. It is important to remember that any historical period is a construction and a simplification. In Asia, due to its large land area and diverse cultures, there are several overlapping timelines. Also, for the same reason, different regions have different histories, but they are all interconnected at different points in history. Here are some important basics to get you started.…

What is this Ceylon? Ceylon is a small island in the Indian Ocean. It is a beautiful country with many different religions, arts, and cultures. The specialty here is the are so many places to visit and it is so beautiful. Sri Lankan Buddhism The country’s trade in luxury goods and spices attracted traders of many nations, creating Sri Lanka’s diverse population. It also spans 3,000 years of ancient Sri Lanka history. So, there…

ANURADHAPURA The is a popular city and was once the capital of the Buddhists. Anuradhapura is now in ruins but the ruins of the ancient city still bring a fascinating picture of ancient Sri Lankan civilization to tourists. I have seen that the ancient ruins of Anuradhapura, which are of great interest to tourists, have won the hearts of many tourists. I have seen small sun-dried bricks, temples, sculptures, palaces and ‘Stupas’ made of ancient…

Malaysia By writing this blog I hope to bring you not only the culture of Sri Lanka but also the culture of different countries in Asia. I know that talking only about the culture of Sri Lanka diminishes the taste of this blog. That is why I am talking to you today about Malaysia, one of the most beautiful countries in Asia. Malaysia Malaysia is experiencing rapid growth as a government interested in diversification develops…

Traditional New Year food items Aasmi is a traditional Sri Lankan deep fried dessert that is served on New Year / Puthandu (Sinhala / Tamil New Year), weddings and birthdays. It is made from a mixture of rice flour and coconut milk and deep fried in coconut oil mixed with the juice obtained from dole cinnamon leaves (cinnamon leaves). Okra juice is often used as a substitute for cinnamon. Allow to rest for a few…