• Top 10 Celebrity Halloween Costumes

    Top 10 Celebrity Halloween Costumes2

    Halloween is one of the traditional celebrations that is held on the night of October 31. Many people wear strange and unusual clothes on this night, and children go to other people’s houses to collect candies and nuts. Halloween is more common in America, Ireland, Scotland and Canada. Irish and Scottish immigrants brought this celebration

  • The Most Influential Women In UAE

    The Most Influential Women In UAE1

    Muslim women make up more than 750 million people, which is about 10% of the world’s population; Naturally, they can play a prominent role in the developments and development of countries, especially Islamic countries. Every human society naturally consists of men and women who have mutual social relations and mutual dependence on each other. These

  • Table Manners

    Table Manners0

    Table manners are the rules of etiquette used while eating, which may also include the use of utensils. Napkin Etiquette Place the napkin in your lap as soon as you sit down at a casual meal. Wait for the hostess to remove her napkin from the table and unfold it in her lap before unfolding

  • Proper Table Setting Guide

    Proper Table Setting Guide0

    Table settings make a big impression on your guests and customers, and most restaurants follow standard table setting etiquettes so that customers know what to expect when they sit down to eat. As a restaurateur or caterer, you’ll want to know how to properly set your tables for all dining occasions. The following guide provides

  • This ancient festival is a celebration of springtime—and a brand-new year

    This ancient festival is a celebration of springtime—and a brand-new year0

    Nowruz, also known as Persian New Year, has been observed for more than 3,000 years as the victory of spring over darkness. March 20 is the first day of spring in the Northern Hemisphere. But it’s also the start of a new year for 300 million people around the world. Nowruz, which means “new day,”