About 2.8 billion trips are made across China in what is known as the world’s largest annual migration, as Chinese people are getting on a journey home to celebrate the holiday.
Harvard Business School topped The Financial Times’ Global MBA Ranking for year 2014. For this business school it is the second victory in a row and the fifth victory since The Financial Times began ranking full-time MBA programs in 1999.
Valentine's Day one of the most famous holidays among youngsters. it's bringing one special atmosphere, decorations around the town, inventive theme-parties and many more. And there is a town which is definitely one step ahead when it comes to celebration of the most romantic day in the year.
The annual Reporters Without Borders report highlights the worldwide deterioration in freedom of information in last year. Beset by wars, the growing threat from non-state operatives, violence during demonstrations and the economic crisis, media freedom is in retreat on all five continents.
While Europe is still in the winter mode in the month of February, Brazil is getting ready for Carnaval. Unfortunately drought and shortage of funds has cities and towns across the country cancelling the biggest celebration of the year.
In multiple countries around the world more women study journalism than men, yet majority of the journalism jobs still go to men. This is according to a recent research “Women and Journalism” from the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism at Oxford University in the United Kingdom.
Girls Coding Kosova is one of the latest initiative coming up from Kosovo. The group have the aim to gather women excited about programming.
The slaughter of civilians and a weak international response are among the key notes in the latest annual review by Human Rights Watch.
The last day of January was a really special one for the Balkan youth and Balkans Let's Get Up!, one regional program which brought young people together and helped them to make a change in their society in a very inventive way. Energetic alumni and organizers of BLGU! program expressed their desire to make a joint action and do something interesting in their surroundings, and in a same time, spread the word about the Organization which had such a big influence on them. Youth from seven cities came up with different ideas for mini-projects which they developed on 31. of January.
Researches at Columbia University examined more than three dozen participants. They asked one half of them to drink a chocolate, high-flavanol beverage every day for three months and the other half to drink a chocolate beverage without flavanol. They found out that apart from being irresistibly delicious, chocolate has many health benefits.