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Cambodian Culture for Kids: Celebrating Pchum Ben

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Autumn marks a festive time of year around the world whether you’re celebrating Samhain in Ireland, el Día de los Muertos in Mexico, or Halloween in North America. When it comes to Cambodian culture for kids, Pchum Ben or Ancestor’s Day represents another colorful fall …

Mexico for Kids: 3 Books Your Kids Will Adore

Mexico for kids

Mexico and the United States share a nearly 2,000-mile long border. They also share a rich history of cultural, artistic, and linguistic exchange—from food to music to literature. Your kids may already be familiar with some aspects of Mexico’s vibrant culture and traditions. But when …

Travel the World: Halloween Celebrations Around the Globe

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Halloween remains one of the oldest holidays in the world, celebrated around the globe in myriad ways from Dia de los Muertos in Mexico to Pangangaluluwâ in the Philippines. While the United States and Canada focus on costume parties, pranks, and trick-or-treating, celebrations vary widely …

Family Trip to Peru: Puno, the Folklore Capital

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While Lake Titicaca represents a popular tourist destination, nearby Puno is the capital of Peruvian folklore. It boasts more than 300 local dances as well as centuries-old music and art. Puno’s traditions remain vibrant and dramatic making it an amazing destination during a family trip …