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Welcome to the New Cross Culture's Daily Curation where we bring you some amazing posts from members across communities of different cultures, focusing on but not limited to bilingual posts.

The Cross Culture community, was created by @whatamidoing.

It is a community that supports authors who make posts that share the realities of different cultures first hand, as well as different perspectives and experiences. We look for ways in which cultures can become crosscrossed and enlightening while going beyond stereotypes associated with certain culture.

The authors whose articles have been chosen for this week are all writing content of high quality, which focus on the various topics:

  • All bilingual posts
  • Posts in regional communities or tags
  • Posts related to language or culture
  • Posts in our cross culture community

Cross Culture's daily bulletin aims to bring to light all authors whose articles would otherwise remain unnoticed and lost in the platform, therefore we tend to reward authors who create quality posts, giving them a fair chance to establish themselves on the platform.

Howbeit, that's only the half of it!!!

After careful selections, our curators which come from diverse cultures will single out the most outstanding articles among all those curated to create a weekly shout out to the authors from the Top posts of the week.

📌Therefore, here are this week's awesome authors and their posts:

Cross Cultural Marriage: A Nigerian Experience by @salvadornkpara


Mr. Temple Gimbe an indigene of Lewe in Gokana local government area of Rivers State, Nigeria traveled to Indonesia to study, in the process met one Miss. Christine who was also a student. Love they said is a beautiful thing and also blind. Although not all love is blind. They became so madly in love. There's a Nigerian adage that says 'as you go to the University learn everything' this include love. This Ogoni (Ogoni is an ethnic group in Nigeria) man asked her hand in marriage and she accepted.



The Oba of Benin is a top traditional ruler and the custodian of the culture of the Edo people of Nigeria. Wikipedia shares that the palace was built in the heart of the City of Benin by Oba Ewedo which was later rebuilt by Oba Eweka II after it was destroyed during the 1897 war with the British. This palace tops the list of the prestigious places in Edo State and it's popular for being a tourist attraction to foreigners, curators, historians and archaologists.

Spreading Peace and Maintaining Culture in "Nyadran Perdamaian" agenda in Central Java (Indonesia) by @nnurdiani


I just remembered that before the covid-19 pandemic, where I worked there were cultural activities. This agenda is in collaboration with the surrounding community. The agenda is "Nyadran Perdamaian". This agenda is held in Central Java. Precisely in Krecek village - Gletuk village. In fact, Nyadran's agenda comes from the culture of the Hindu community. So, the Nyadran agenda has indeed become the culture and culture of the Hindu community.

Railway Line in East Java, 1910 by @fotosedjarah


Just as the United States built railways to connect the East and West coasts, the Dutch East Indies government also built railways to connect cities on the islands of Java and Sumatra. The Dutch East Indies government first built railway in Java in 1864, making Indonesia the second country to have railway in Asia after India. The railways built by the Dutch East Indies government later became the foundation for the railways in Indonesia today.

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