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Health
by HLesley
2 years ago
Seven Reasons Why the Japanese May Have the World's Healthiest Diet

Discover why so many Japanese live long and healthy lives.

Travel & Places
by HLesley
2 years ago
Adventures in Eating: Breakfast in Japan

Enjoy sharing my travel experiences as I search for a western-style breakfast in Japan

Travel & Places
by HLesley
10 months ago
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Japan: Nature Calls

For women, a rarely discussed but vitally important aspect of international travel is answering the call of nature. This can offer fascinating cultural insights around the world, particularly in Japan.

Technology
by HLesley
1 year ago
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Geothermal Power in Iceland and Japan: A Study in Contrasts

At first glance it might be difficult to find two countries more different than Iceland and Japan. However, both countries have several things in common, including rich resources of geothermal power.

Lifestyle
by HLesley
2 years ago
Five Benefits of Learning a Second Language

According to experts, learning a foreign language provides many more benefits than you might think.

Travel & Places
by HLesley
1 year ago
Vancouver, Canada: A City For All Seasons

Vancouver, B.C is often referred to "Canada's banana belt" or "Lotus Land" because of its mild climate, and visitors come year-round to enjoy what the city has to offer.

Lifestyle
by HLesley
2 years ago
What is Noam Chomsky's Language Acquisition Device?

An overview of Noam Chomsky's theory about the unique ability of human children to learn to speak a language.

Entertainment
by HLesley
1 year ago
13 of the Best Movies Ever Made From Children's Books

Once in a rare while, when a movie is made from a children's book the quality of the original book and the production values of the movie come together in a perfect magical recipe.

Technology
by HLesley
1 year ago
Earthquake Prediction: Folklore and Science

Earthquakes happen suddenly and without warning, and can create horrendous devastation.  No wonder, then, that people throughout the ages have looked for warning signs, or precursors, that might alert them to impending disaster.

History
by HLesley
1 year ago
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The Columbus Hoax: Who Really Discovered America?

Columbus was not the first European to travel to North America. He may also have been preceded by travelers not only from Europe but also from other parts of the world. Save Save Save Save

Pets & Animals
by HLesley
1 year ago
Orcas: The Fascinating and Mysterious World of the Killer Whale

Considered one of the world's most intelligent species, these stunning black and white sea mammals were regarded as sacred by the ancient Nazca, and according to Pacific Northwest mythology they were wolves who became whales to sing the history of the Earth. 

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