Global Health Webinar

Global Health Webinar

I am going to welcome our speaker today with us here at the AANMC we have Dr. Sean Hesler who received his medical training from the Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine in Tempe Arizona he received he’s the recipient of the 2018 American Association of Naturopathic Physicians President’s Award and the 2011 SCNM Alumni Award […]

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The Dutch culture (shock)… How to deal with the Dutch?

The Dutch culture (shock)… How to deal with the Dutch?

I think what summarises for me the cultural shock is… how spontaneous Dutch people aren’t. I actually myself became a bit like Dutch. I am also very direct. But I know in Poland for example… especially towards people who you do not know… you shouldn’t sometimes say some things. In The Netherlands, there is no […]

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Hans-Hermann Hoppe in Moscow. feat. Mikhail Svetov

Hans-Hermann Hoppe in Moscow. feat. Mikhail Svetov

Greeting to Moscow! Greetings to the future free people! Unbelievable! When I was planning this event, I couldn’t imagine that 1500 people will show up to a philosophy lecture. It’s unprecedented not only for Russia, but for the world. when I’m told that Russians aren’t ready for freedom, I laugh. Clearly it’s not true. Russians […]

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Migrations: Latin American Cultural Vibrancy

Migrations: Latin American Cultural Vibrancy

[Music] I think that the contributions from Latin America are everywhere. There’s vibrancy of Latin American culture. It’s mixed with, it’s part of the U.S. culture, already. It’s not a separate thing anymore. We have a lot of common roots. A lot of countries in Latin America, have a very strong influence from African culture. […]

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Thoughts On Tipping Culture [UK/US + Worldwide]

So this is a video about tipping and just some thoughts I’m a Brit, I’m living in Turkey and I’ve just been out for dinner as you do and I went to a nice restaurant, I had some salmon it was very delicious yep, that was a salmon burp and I had a lovely meal […]

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Wang Dongling Demonstrates His Dynamic Calligraphy Style at Asia Society New York

Wang Dongling Demonstrates His Dynamic Calligraphy Style at Asia Society New York

I was born and raised in a small village. As I was growing up, China went through the Cultural Revolution and later implemented the reform and opening policy in 1979. After 1979, China opened its doors, we were able to see many new things introduced to the country. Therefore I had the opportunity to study […]

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How to say HELLO! How are you? Greet Americans! English Pronunciation

How to say HELLO! How are you? Greet Americans! English Pronunciation

In this American English pronunciation video, we’re going to go over how to greet Americans. As some of you know, last time I was here in LA, at the YouTube Space, I made a video on introducing yourself to people. At the time, I didn’t know anybody. Now, I’m back again with all the same […]

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Haruomi Hosono on India, Van Dyke Parks and Pop Culture | Red Bull Music Academy

Haruomi Hosono on India, Van Dyke Parks and Pop Culture | Red Bull Music Academy

The song was “Mon Oncle”, from a French film. I watched the film by Jacques Tati in the fifth grade. The music impressed me, so I rushed to the record shop, and I bought a record of “Mon Oncle” sung by a Japanese singer. That was the first record I bought. Understand? You know well. […]

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Part 2 • Reza Aslan Interview on Popular Culture & Muslims

Sahil Badruddin: In the past decade, especially, Muslims, have engaged in robust outreach initiatives to help correct the perception of Islam in the West. You often mention, one solution to transform the negative perception is through popular culture (e.g. stories, movies, TV, fiction, art, literature, etc.). However, if as a barometer parameter of success of […]

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