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Kuala Lumpur: What to See, Where to Shop, and What to Eat

Written by Anaanya Dagar
Kuala Lumpur is the urban capital of Malaysia and a must-visit city for every traveler. This well developed and well-maintained city is a combination of colonial buildings, skyscrapers, small streets, multi-lane highways, multi-story malls, and street shopping. I’d say, Kuala Lumpur Read More

Amsterdam: Where Attractions and Sights Meet Sustainable Development Goals

Written by Lilit Mkrtchyan
“This city is like no other city in the world. It is brilliant but it is bloated, and I've never called it home” - Jessie Burton about Amsterdam As a capital of the land of cheese, windmills and tulips, Amsterdam has a chance to be called as one of the most sustainable capita Read More

Blue and White of Mark Twain

Samuel Langhorne Clemens otherwise Mark Twain was born in Florida, Missouri in 1835. As a story teller, he has greater variety and a steadier outlook on life; with greater force and intensity at his best if less poignancy. His nom-de- plume came to him while as a pilot he was working on the Mississi Read More

Lithuania as a Tender Echo in My Soul

Written by Lilit Mkrtchyan
It’s been a long time ago, a whole lot of ages have passed… So long that it seems as if it happened in the past life. Lithuania arose in my thoughts while working on a group project during my studies in Wageningen, The Netherlands. And this beautiful Baltic country instilled a sens Read More

Should You Visit Thailand's Phuket or Koh Samui?

Written by SodaCoffee Staff
Thailand is one of the most unique tropical destinations in the world with its numerous natural and cultural attractions. Whether it be the multiple world-class beaches (with their unique rock formations), temperate climate, great food, or the perfect snorkeling opportunities, Thailand is Read More

Subscope

Let's call it SubScope, the  "below-looker", as opposed to "above-looker" or PeriScope. It follows the same principle, though. Using prisms and/or mirrors, the light is bent through the tube so as to transfer the point of view. There are more sophisticated means to do Read More

Does the Media Fulfill or Fail Its Functions?

Written by Rebekah O Reilly
The functions of the media are to inform, educate, and entertain the general public.  The question might be posed, however: does the media fulfill or fail these functions? Well, personally I believe that the media only partially fulfills its functions. From my knowledge, I would th Read More

Child Marriage In Nigeria And How To Stop It

Written by Ojingiri Hannah
Child marriage in Nigeria has been an intense order of the day which is indisputable in one particular region of Nigeria. This act is mirrored vividly and immensely in the Northern part of Nigeria and probably the subsampled communities in Nigeria which age rate is known to be below 18 or hiterto wh Read More

Tips to Becoming a Professional and Successful Photographer

Written by SodaCoffee Staff
Becoming a professional photographer is not as easy as buying a camera, taking up a photography course, and clicking pictures. Like any other profession, you need to posses the right attitude clubbed with appropriate skills in order to be a successful photographer. If you foresee yourself as a p Read More

How To Be Best Friends For Ever……

FRIENDSHIP DAY is celebrated on the first Sunday in the month of August. Friend is a word which we know from our childhood days. Schools & Colleges create a great space for friends &friendship. Friends are made in every walk of life and many continue with us from the school days and last lon Read More

Living Current Times With Limited Resources And Self Reliant

Written by Ekoja Okewu
“With Covid-19, I believe its Gods way of telling us only Humans can save Humans with Humanity”-Somya Kedia As a result of the economic crisis created by the pandemic, almost 1.6 billion informal economy workers representing the most vulnerable in the labour market out of a world-wide Read More

Magnesium oil Help to Get The Energy Back

Written by Salt Laboratory
Work out with daily activity; make the body perfect. The most important elements of the frames need- oxygen, water and basic food, magnesium. The overall body structures contain heart health, bone health and mental function. magnesium oil; as it is the most popular mineral for the human body which h Read More