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Welcome to the Crossculture's Weekly digest where we bring you up to date with 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 which supports authors who write articles that share the realities of different cultures first hand, as well as our different perspectives and experiences. We look for ways in which cultures can become crisscrossed and enlightening while moving 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 or posts in our cross culture community are eligible

Cross culture's weekly bulletin aims to bring to light all authors whose articles would otherwise remain unnoticed and lost in the platform, therefore we tend to reward all 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 of the Top posts of the week.
Therefore, here are this week's awesome authors and their posts.

1. A Letter To Nigeria || Happy Independence To You by @jizzyjoe


Hello Nigeria, its your independence day once more or should I say your birthday?, as it should be, you are supposed to grow, to excel, to shine, to succeed.

2. What's The Way Forward Now, Nigeria? By @olawalium


I can't believe that at sixty,
we lack more than six things,
and even find it difficult to grow with our siblings.

3. Fascinating Nature : Kencana Ungu [ Ruellia tuberosa ] by @ericha


When I was a child, I used to play in the garden near my house where there was a plant that is commonly called Purple Kencana in Indonesia.

4. SOS- SAVE THIS SINKIG SHIP || The State of Our Nation by @jearyjoe


All hands must be on deck to save this giant boat from sinking. We should all realize that when and if this ship is in trouble, we are all in trouble irrespective of who you are in the ship.

5. Is Facebook getting banned in the Philippines By @straykat


Majority of Filipinos use social media, particularly Facebook. In fact, Philippines has the most social media users in 2018, according to Digital Marketing Institute.

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