The rapid and intensive pace of modern life inexplicably affects the already fleeting time, accelerating it. Seemingly only over a series of new year holidays, as soon as autumn it’s time to start preparations for the upcoming winter festivities.
Modern cooking is different in different countries and the widespread eclecticism of interpenetration. As a result of world cuisine enriched, it would seem, is not peculiar traditions, become more interesting and respectable.
In turn, modern Christmas table absolutely not similar to a festive table of our childhood, our parents organized the resulting battle over the deficit. Today we have access to previously unimaginable products, of which a good housewife is simply a sin not to prepare an original Christmas table for your friends and loved ones using proven as time and people amazing traditional Christmas meals different countries.
For example, the British from dried wheat bread, different varieties of raisins, cherries, apples, almonds and candied peel are preparing a Christmas plum-pudding. It adds lemons, oranges, ginger, cinnamon, cloves and star anise. It is remarkable that this prudish people created from feed dishes a whole new year’s ritual – the pudding doused with a mixture Continue reading
The history of martial arts in Korea two thousand years, beginning with the era of Three States (1-pack centuries), when the territory of the Korean Peninsula, there were three kingdoms — Goguryeo, Baekje and Silla. Each one had their own system of combat training. On the formation and development of Korean martial arts were greatly influenced by Chinese tradition. It is no coincidence that the complex Korean martial arts termed “QUANBO”, similar to Chinese “chuanfa” (“pugilism”).
Some Korean martial arts:
Charac of the most interesting and mysterious of the martial art, now almost lost. Its founders are considered to be mountain hermits “Sonin”. The same characters in Chinese read “jenjen” and in Japanese “yamabushi” and means “perfect man.” In the system of spiritual and physical perfection of these hermits was the concept of unity of man and nature. In an effort to realize such unity, a hermit retired to the mountains, where his whole existence was subordinated to the natural rhythms and laws. The hermit slept on the grass in summer, and in winter on the snow, he served as housing wicker hut that protected only from rain and snow, clothing, skins of wild animals. Harsh living conditions combined with intense Continue reading