Category: Reverse Gear

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The Peanut Man

We all know that peanut is rich in energy and consists of a good list of nutrient profiles. However, that plain brown shell, not only has amazing nutritional powers, it also comprises of things that...






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The Beijing Massacre

Twenty five years ago, on June 4th 1989, Chinese government, under martial law, deployed 20,000 troops to Beijing’s Tiananmen Square to forcefully remove the pro-democracy protestors. As the tanks rolled into the Square, the demonstrations...






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The Origin Point of Civilization

What do we really mean when we utter the word ‘civilized society’? We often use this term about a past, evolved human society, which has heavily influenced to the way we live. But, what exactly...






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English in British Curriculum

  The moment we think of education in Great Britain, only two names cross our mind, at once; The oldest University of the English-speaking world, Oxford and the University of Cambridge, the second oldest. Until...






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A Language on Foot: English to England

      It would be interesting to know that English did not originate in England; like many of us might think (I did for a while, if not you!). English is a flower though...






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A Brief History of Corn

A typical supermarket store may at least contain 10,000 items, and it is said that, not less than 30% items of the 10,000 might commonly use the single source product: Corn. It is used in...






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The Extraordinary Voyages of Polynesians – II

Geographically, the Polynesians’ homeland was considered to be located, somewhere in the Pacific coast of South America. However, their languages share many words with the languages of South East Asians (especially the languages of Malaysia...






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The Extraordinary Voyages of Polynesians – I

‘Polynesia’ – the word itself makes us picture something exotic. However, we need a larger world map to pin point the ‘Polynesian Islands.’ Situated in the middle of Pacific Ocean, these islands would look like...