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Turkish teenager culture

Posted by on October 24, 2014 – 11:58 am

Turkish teenager culture

New Turkish TV show gives teenage videographers a platform © UNICEF/2007/Schuepp A OneMinutesJr. Video workshop participant shooting on the streets of Istanbul, Turkey. By Chris Schuepp ISTANBUL, Turkey, 12 April 2007 – A five-day OneMinutesJr. video workshop hosted last week by Turkish National Television (TRT) will enable youths aged 12 to 20 to produce personal video stories about their dreams, passions and expectations – but also about their fears and sometimes very real problems at home or at school. A TRT teen-oriented programme – ‘1dakika…

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Engagement in Turkish culture

Posted by on October 22, 2014 – 11:41 am

Engagement in Turkish culture

Dissident U.S. Officials, Issuing 20 Volume Compilation, Ask Pardon of U.S. Victims By Edward S. Herman THIS IS SATIRE The Japanese, Germans, and Russians have long been pressed to acknowledge and apologize for their past sins and ask pardon of their victims. They have all done this, although the Japanese are currently under sharp attack for the flabbiness of their apologies and failure to offer reparations. It is of course only proper that these countries should make some kind of amends, given their heinous past behavior. It is one of the wondrous…

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Turkish culture business etiquette with women

Posted by on October 21, 2014 – 11:40 am

Turkish culture business etiquette with women

Welcome to our guide to Germany. This is useful for anyone researching German culture, customs, manners, etiquette, values and wanting to understand the people better. You may be going to Germany on business, for a visit or even hosting German colleagues or clients in your own country. Remember this is only a very basic level introduction and is not meant to stereotype all German people you may meet! Facts and Statistics Location: Central Europe, bordering Austria 784 km, Belgium 167 km, Czech Republic 646 km, Denmark 68 km, France 451 km, Luxembourg…

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Unique Turkish culture

Posted by on October 17, 2014 – 10:52 am

Unique Turkish culture

Intercultural Exchange Trips to Turkiye Turkish Cultural Center Institute organizes intercultural cultural trips to Trkiye as just one of their efforts to build bridges and strengthen friendships among Turkish-Americans and their neighbors. Though hailing from different cultural backgrounds, travelers and hosts are provided an opportunity find common ground. New Hamshirites are invited to share meals, meet families, visit exciting and historic sites throughout Trkiye, and perhaps to forge lifelong connections. The purpose of the trips is to further…

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Marriage in Turkish culture

Posted by on October 13, 2014 – 10:02 am

Marriage in Turkish culture

Usually the family of the groom is the ones that usually pick the bride. It can be anyone that the groom’s family sees fit for the groom. After both sides agree to marry, the bride has an engagement party and the families give the bride gifts such as jewelry. The day before the wedding ceremony, the families celebrate as the two moves their things into their new home. Both families give the families things they will need for their home (source1). The night before the wedding is called the henna night. The brides friends come together to eat and…

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Understanding Turkish culture

Posted by on October 12, 2014 – 09:59 am

Understanding Turkish culture

There is no Terrorist Organization Called Al Qaida Great terrorist attacks are experienced, which are forcing to change and shaking the balances, relationships even way of life, understanding and culture of the world. Al Qaida is the responsible of all these attacks. The attacks of that organization did not have a concrete aim or demand. How could an organization exist without being found? Nee Dzel from Radikal (a Turkish newspaper) asked this question and more on Al Qaida to Mahir Kaynak, a former academic and a former intelligence officerStudy…

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Turkish culture Western influence

Posted by on October 8, 2014 – 09:01 am

Turkish culture Western influence

Trends of fashion have changed drastically in Pakistan in the previous few years. These changes are however greatly influenced by styles and fashion of Hollywood. Ironically Pakistani Fashion Industry (PDI) has multitudes of extraordinarily gifted designers who without any doubt have the abilities to compete and give tough competition to their competitors from all over the world. Yet all major brands in Pakistan and even designers are putting forward apparels and accessories that are highly influenced by western trends. Pakistani culture itself…

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Turkish Cultural Foundation Gulen

Posted by on October 5, 2014 – 08:55 am

Turkish Cultural Foundation Gulen

Promotes and preserves Turkish culture and heritage worldwide, and places special emphasis on education for disadvantaged students in Turkey and abroad. Created in 2, the Foundation seeks to help build cultural bridges between Turkey and other countries in order to support a better understanding and appreciation of Turkish cultural heritage. To do this, the Foundation coordinates a series of people-to-people cultural exchanges, educational programs, and websites promoting Turkish music, art, and cuisine. As a US tax-exempt public charitable organization…

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