Nobody really knows the origins of Halloween, although some state it began in Ireland and not America as you would expect. It is sometimes referred to as All Hallows Eve or All Saints Eve is a celebration of the day before All Hallows Day on 1st November. There are contradictions in History that say it was a pagan festival originating from the Celts, whilst others will have you believe it started with Christianity as a festival to remember the dead. Either way it is now one of the most popular events around the world and is celebrated in many different ways, none more so that in Asia. Continue reading 5 Ways To Celebrate Halloween In Asia
A wedding is one of the most memorable events in a person’s life. This is the main reason why most couples try to look for the most unique theme for the event. If you and your partner are on the stage of planning for this momentous event, then here is a list of concepts you may want to consider:
A fantasy-based wedding never goes out of style and has been done a lot of times. You can up the level by looking for non-cliché motifs and splurge a bit more on lights and effects. Ask your guests to be in costume or wear something appropriate to the theme, but make sure they don’t outdo you. Continue reading The Weirdest Idea Is Your Wedding Theme
Cosplaying is a wonderful art of impersonating your favorite characters from fictional universes. It requires immense creativity, inspiration, and imagination. It is a perfect hobby for avid enthusiasts of video games, movies, books, and comics. There are a lot of steps to becoming a successful cosplayer; from creating a costume to roleplaying your character in person. Worry not: everyone can become a cosplayer as long as they are passionate about doing so.
The Bat’leth is a traditional crescent shaped sword used during Star Trek Klingon battles and ceremonies. Outside of the Star Trek galaxy, enthusiasts adorn Klingon warrior outfits to attend important Science Fiction conventions and the Batleth is a common scene at these proceedings.
Klingon battles must be fought and won honorably. Passed on from generation to generation, a Bat’leth represents more than just the warrior behind it. The family line is represented along with each and every honorable battle that they have fought. The Bat leth wielded by the formidable Worf had been in his family for 10 generations.
The first Bat’leth was forged by a lock of hair from Kahless the Unforgettable, or so the mythology goes. This story has been passed on from generation to generation and was never recorded on paper. Designed by a martial arts expert, the Bat’leth is an iconic part of Star Trek history and is recognizable in both their galaxy and ours. Continue reading The Relations of Klingon Culture and Bat’leth
Believe it or not, people detect your style from your attire. Instead of being a blind trend chaser, moderation seems like much more significant. Designs from world-wide brands may be really luxurious. But some of them can be also fashion no-no occasionally.
There is no hard-and-fast rule for fashion. However it’ s a reality lousy conceptions are replaced by new thoughts continuously. The mainstream may be set by a-list celebrities or designers. But your head-to-toe style is absolutely set by you. An ill-fitting dress hampers your personality. Therefore, please resist the temptation on logo and switch to a suit bringing a classy, and also a comfortable look. Continue reading Show Your Temperament to the World With a Cosplay Costume
Instead of working for months on end for your costume for the next comic or anime convention, why not invest in a cosplay store instead. We all know how enjoyable it is to be in someone else’s shoes, especially if that someone is a character you know well and love.
By purchasing your costume from a cosplay store, you will not only save time, you also get the best quality gear that is not available in most online stores. For those who do not have time to make their costumes, buying one is your next best option. Luckily for you, this cosplay store carries a wide array of costumes from different genres and fantasy lore. Continue reading Fantasy and Magic Combined With Reality
Trench coats have always been classy. They are one of those pieces of clothing that create a polished, professional appearance. Even better, trench coats are very effective in keeping you warm and protected when it’s raining or windy outside. There are all sorts of trench coats, from single chest to double-breasted and from cropped to full-length. If the trench coat you have in mind is something that fits your needs and personal style, continue reading for tips on selecting the best trench coat for you.
While choosing a new trench coat, one of the first considerations is the length. If you plan to use the coat mostly on rainy days, go for a longer coat as this kind offers more warmth and protection. Rain can fall anytime of the year, whether it’s autumn or summer. When raindrops fall from nearly all directions, you’re going to need a trench coat to keep yourself dry. Continue reading Tips on Selecting the Right Trench Coat for You
The boss of a friend recently gathered all his charges together for a ritual new year pep talk. “Each of you has the right to love your job,” he told them.
She thought this terrific and looked a bit dashed when I pointed out it was both dangerous and unrealistic. No one has the right to love their jobs. Not only that, most people hate them.
If you type into Google “my job is —” the search engine predicts the way your sentence is going: “so boring” or “making me suicidal” or “ making me miserable”. If you start “my boss is —”, Google offers: “lazy”, “ is bullying me” or (my favourite) “a cow”. Even more alarming, if you type “my job is stimulating”, it assumes you have made a typo and suggests what you must have meant “not stimulating”.
The internet has a way of whipping up bad feeling. Yet in this case workplace disaffection is real and growing. We are in the middle of what Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic, a professor at UCL in London, calls an “epidemic of disengagement”. Most surveys show less than a third of workers care for their jobs, and the long-term trend is getting worse. In the UK there is some evidence we like our jobs a good deal less than we did in the 1960s. Continue reading Why is work making us miserable?