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Travel & Places
by Ethan Hunt
5 years ago
Warnings Before Moving to China or Hong Kong

An insight into what life is really like in Hong Kong and China. Say goodbye to the cliche Chinese cinema and discover the reality.

History
by SantiagoSon
6 years ago
Blood Money - The Wealthiest People in History

Enjoy a list of the top ten richest people of all time. Find out how they lived their lives, made their fortunes, and spent their money.

Travel & Places
by Maria M.
5 years ago
Bohol Tourism: Everything You Need to Know about Touring this Province in the Philippines

This article talks about touring Bohol, Philippines including all popular places you can visit.

History
by Marlando
6 years ago
Gold: The Great American Rush for Wealth

Gold: The Great American Rush for Wealth is an unexpected arm-chair, true adventure that unfolds an early American history that few are aware of. If you are a history buff as I am or just have an interest in our unpredictable humanism, you might even love this article. Hope so!

Lifestyle
by egdcltd
8 years ago
Bloody Kate Bender: Mystery Mistress

One of the great murder mysteries of all time involves the Kansas family of the late 19th century, "The Bloody Benders". In this group of cooperative killers was an enigmatic, attractive young woman, a self-professed Spiritualist with the alias "Kate Bender". The mystery is not about the family's murders, however; the mystery is what happened to the Benders after they were about to be discovered.

Lifestyle
by Brockett
8 years ago
The Disability Rights Movement

The Disability Rights Movement originated in the 1970's and remnants of it have continued into the 1990's. The movement was significant in the United States because it was the first time the disabled people were acknowledged as people who deserved to be treated equally as the rest of society. Before the Disability Rights Movement the disabled had minimal to rights.

Health
by egdcltd
7 years ago
Typhoid Mary Mallon

Life in the New York City slums was bad enough; for one Irish lass, Mary Mallon, her world turned into one of imprisonment, without benefit of trial, for an accident of biology.

History
by egdcltd
7 years ago
Jacob Riis: Crusading Chronicler of Misery Street

The earliest historians used words and drawings for underscoring any particular, observable, social condition.  Photojournalist Jacob Riis, in battling social inequity, used the adage “a picture is worth a thousand words” as a weapon. He turned history’s best technological advance in visual media – photography – into a bludgeon fomenting reform.

History
by crin
6 years ago
Was Dracula A Monster?

At the beginning of the seventies, I was working as a tour guide in Romania, for the only agency which was state-owned. It was a lot of fun, however at times there was a lot of work, and not enough hours to rest, but overall, it was not a bad experience. Here are some stories related to a tour whose main character was... Dracula

History
by egdcltd
7 years ago
Bad Man of the "Bounty" Mutiny, Fletcher Christian

History and pop culture can be at odds many times with respect to an event or a certain historic figure.  The name "Bligh" conjures up images of an abusive, megalomaniac British naval captain of the "Mutiny on the Bounty" infamy.  However, it was not Bligh, the commanding officer of "HMS Bounty", who was the wrongdoer in the events leading to the well-known mutiny.  It was the spoiled dilettante, Fletcher Christian, who was the true villain of the "Bounty" Mutiny.

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