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While emoji is a much more frequently used term these days, let’s not forget about where it all began with the original emoticon. :) We are excited to bring you a three-part series on the evolution from emoticon to emoji and beyond!

Moroccan tiles - Arabic patterns - Instant Download - Set of 12 Paper - 12x12 inch - Digital Paper Pack - Scrapbook, Web design, Card making

Today's youth is more accepting of different cultures, nationalities and race. They accept different views from people with different beliefs which is a contrast to our history where discrimination was more frequent against religion than it is now.

Eskimos get to be defined as “members of an indigenous people of Greenland, northern Canada, Alaska and northeastern Siberia, characterized by short, stocky build and light-brown complexion.”

thirdw0rld: kissingrivers: Maasai girls, Maasai Mara National Park, Kenya my mom and i were reading about Maasai people today

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39 Great Tips For Avoiding Culture Shock When Travelling #Infographic

Dying life of the tribe: Spectacular pictures by British photographer capture the people who are in danger of disappearing forever

In Polynesian mythology (Tuamotus), Faumea is a Polynesian ocean goddess. Tangaroa and Faumea had two sons together: Tu-Nui-Ka-Rere and Turi-A-Faumea. Later, Turi-A-Faumea's wife Hina-Arau-Riki was kidnapped by the octopus-demon Rogo-Tumu-Here. Faumea helped Tangaroa and their sons rescue Hina by withdrawing the opposing winds into the sweat of her armpit and then releasing them to power the heroes' canoes.