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Girl's Day Hina doll a cultural legacy

Japanese Girl’s Day, or as it is known in Japan, Hina Festival, is celebrated with Hina dolls on March 3. Girl’s Day preserves Japanese tradition and is a significant festival that encourages unamarried girls to pray for growth and happiness. Hina dolls are Japanese cultural legacy and most homes with girls display them.

   

Be healthy, stay healthy: Observances promote health

Valentine’s Day is a couple of weeks old, but here’s something about February 14th that you may not have known.

 

Reality getting to you? Online relationships have some advantages

I was addicted. For a while, real life could not tear me away from the fantasy land of Emode.com.

 

 

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