Tipping has often-overlooked consequences for food service workers. The industry should turn its attention to underlying issues if it wants to ensure a sustainable future.
We should remember him as just another ordinary human being who did extraordinary things.
New analysis of Anglo-Saxon skulls suggests that being an Anglo-Saxon was a matter of language and culture, and not genetics.
Indonesia needs to learn from China's economic success, especially when Indonesia-China's relations are mainly based on economics.
Ground-penetrating radar located the remains of 215 First Nations children in a mass unmarked grave, revealing a macabre part of Canada’s hidden history.
Government plans to defund arts higher education are detrimental to both the UK’s economy and its future.
The Senegalese culture of discretion, called “sutura”, inhibits survivors of sexual violence from publicly denouncing perpetrators.
Loudly proclaiming your dislikes isn’t snobbery. There can be a power and poetry to putrescence.
Depictions of Indian life in cinema and soap operas have found particular affinity with communities in Northern Ghana.
The French government, by prioritizing only “essential” sectors during the Covid-19 pandemic, is ignoring the importance of its culture and cultural assets.
Festivals in Ghana are evolving as tourist attractions.
Men are increasingly expected to share housework and spend time with their partners and children.
What role does culture play when it comes to disasters?
The word, which roughly translates to considering the needs of society above your own, has become a buzzword in Denmark.
Although society portrays a woman who earns a living as free and empowered, outdated values and stereotypes still promote discrimination against female breadwinners.
We surveyed 1461 Australians and discovered many are museum regulars — but it’s family history that has broad appeal.
The amount going to arts and culture is a pimple to a pumpkin compared to what’s being pumped into the economy as a whole.
Cambodia found the strength to rebuild itself
through art after the 1979 genocide. While the context is different, this example suggests the importance of art in navigating COVID-19.
The state-sponsored pop cultural renaissance of Korea shows how language isn’t an obstacle to world domination.
Ko tā te kāwanatanga Kōrea whakahou i te ahurea o te marea, kei te whakaatu kāore te reo e aukati ana i tō angitu i te pae matawhānui o te ao.