Tag Archives: africa

Gagnam style world tour

So, have you seen this “gagnam style” trend? I don’t really get it, but about once a week someone else posts on facebook a link to some kind of video with “gagnam style” music and some other style of dance. … Continue reading

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Click this link!

I know I’ve been going a bit heavy on the links lately, but there are some great ones out there! When other people are saying what’s on my mind, I figure we’d better listen to them. So today… which African … Continue reading

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Blasting stereotypes of Africa

I just came across this video. It’s funny, ridiculous, absurd, sad, and more true than I care to admit. I love how the chief tells her that they put the silliest answers possible on the survey because they thought it … Continue reading

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Monday Mining: Culturtwining on the Web

Every Monday on CulturTwined, I’m hoping to have a number of interesting links to articles I’ve seen in the past week about culturtwining around the world. Do you have some good links? Put them in the comments section and I’ll … Continue reading

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