Taking fashion far from home

Africa has been known for it's unique culture and now Kenneth Ize, a Nigerian fashion designer and finalist for this year's prestigious LVMH prize has created a collection of cloth lines now available internationally. His inspiration came from the ancient craft of aso oke hand weaving of the Yoruba people of south-western Nigeria. The term, … Continue reading Taking fashion far from home

Diver saves a manta ray in Western Australia

An incident occurred recently by a freediving group exploring Ningaloo Reef off Australia’s north west coast. A giant manta ray, locally known as Freckles approached one of the divers, Jake Wilton who’s a snorkelling guide to help remove fish hooks from her right eye. Wilton, who works in the area for Ningaloo Marine Interactions, a … Continue reading Diver saves a manta ray in Western Australia

The remains of Native Americans in the United States

Although Christopher Columbus is credited in discovering America and it's nearby islands in 1492, the real founders were the Native Americans or American Indians as dubbed by Christopher. They are also known as indigenous people who were the first people to settle there. Christopher was an Italian explorer, navigator and colonist. After bringing captives to … Continue reading The remains of Native Americans in the United States

Depression and loneliness in our society

Due to the material advancement of the world, the young generation tend to be more and more independent. Not having time for family and depending on social media rather than face-to-face interactions can isolate one from developing real relationships. Depression and loneliness go hand in hand. One doesn’t need to be physically alone to feel … Continue reading Depression and loneliness in our society