Most may know Gal Gadot from “Wonder Woman,” Gisele from the “Fast and Furious” franchise or the new hit star of Netflix’s “Red Notice,” but she has a lot more talent under her belt.
This year’s Asian World Film Festival will open with a Korean movie and close with a Chinese one.
At some point in the 1960s, the Oscar that was awarded to Hattie McDaniel for her best supporting role in 1939’s “Gone With The Wind” disappeared from Howard University’s drama department.
A U.K.-based company that makes an interactive Muslim prayer mat will be showcasing it this coming weekend at the 2023 New York Toy Fair in New York City, U.S.A.
The Art of Living Foundation, organizer of the semiannual World Culture Festival, says more than 450,000 people have registered for this weekend’s event on the National Mall in Washington, D.C.
Sports can help break down prejudice, preconceptions, cultural differences, ignorance, intolerance and injustice by encouraging communication and overcoming differences.
Drue Kataoka is an artist who pushes the bounds of art and technology by combing them. She’s known for her interactive pieces and political commentary through her art.
When traveling to foreign places, one of the things that sticks out is how different the food is, especially depending on where you are.
Educators in the United States have known for years that black boys are overrepresented in special education (SPED) classes and underrepresented in gifted and talented education (GATE) ones.
More than 66,000 Military B.R.A.T.s are enrolled in 160 schools located in 11 foreign countries, seven U.S. states and two territories. Additionally, more than 8,000 educators teach these students.