Different cultures assign different symbolic meanings to colors and knowing the Chinese version will come in handy if you ever visit China or attend Chinese ceremonies. (Image: via  pixabay  /  CC0 1.0)

The Hidden Meaning of Color in China

Different cultures assign different symbolic meanings to colors. While in the West, wearing black is considered ideal during funerals, in Eastern countries white clothes are worn on such occasions. The Chinese have their own view of colors. Knowing them will…

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A team of researchers from Osaka University in Japan has created a technological breakthrough by sending quantum information to a quantum dot. The findings are expected to be of great…

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Slavery is said to be a system that belonged to the past. Countries across the world have condemned it and made slavery a punishable offense. But in China, slave labor…

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According to the 2018 Survey of States, only 17 of the 50 American states require high school students to be taught financial education. And according to a report by the Champlain…

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The Incredible Medicinal Properties of Bamboo

Bamboo is the tallest member of the grass family and is known to have several pharmacological uses. There are more than 1,600 species of bamboo across 120 genera. Bamboo shoots…

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When small, dense stars called white dwarfs explode, they produce bright, short-lived flares called Type Ia supernovae. These supernovae are informative cosmological markers for astronomers — for example, they were…