Jason, our contributor from the US (West Coast), writes about his experiences living in Bolivia, including a visit to the Witches’ Market in La Paz: The La Paz.
We stopped at one shop and a middle-aged woman looked at us as if sizing us up. […] She sat behind a table that displayed toad talismans, coco leaves, amulets, soaps, many different types of plants, owl feathers, totems, candles and dried snakes.
Jenna, our contributor from Poland, writes about a visit to an historical Jewish cemetery in Wroclaw in A Walk Through History
In halting Polish, I explain that I want to walk around the cemetery. Nodding, he pulls a map of the cemetery from a pile of pamphlets, strikes a pose with a pencil, and begins jabbing and pointing and tracing a narrative of the city’s pre-war Jewish history.
Sean, our contributor from the US (Midwest), writes about cultural values in Canada today on Navigating Cultures: Blog
Some say that this delicate balance between individual freedom and collective responsibility is the major defining cultural value of Canadians.
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