Eco-tourism vacation represents a form of sustainable travel that focuses on conserving and appreciating natural environments and supporting local communities. This type of tourism seeks to minimize the impact on the environment, promote environmental awareness, and provide direct financial benefits for conservation and community development. Eco-tourism often involves traveling to natural areas and engaging in … Read more
Party planning is the process of planning and organizing a party. Party planning aims to ensure that all preparations are taken care of and that the party succeeds. It involves a lot of logistics, such as choosing a venue, setting a budget, preparing food, and decorating. It also requires managing guests and ensuring everyone has … Read more
Event management; how to learn? “What kind of work do you do?” is a common question when meeting someone for the first time. If your answer is, “I’m in event management,” you’re probably getting a follow-up on what precisely that means. You may be asked if you are a party or meeting planner. In the … Read more
Makeup for blondes, properties, and leading accents of the make-up. How to make makeup for blondes: day, evening, wedding, summer, and winter. Useful tips. Light make-up is make-up for women with light curls that suit them perfectly. To look gorgeous, a girl needs to choose the right tones and a way to apply cosmetics. Consider … Read more
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YAYOI Kusama is Japan’s most prominent female contemporary artist. Renowned for her unmissable repeating dot patterns, she has been living voluntarily in a psychiatric institution since 1977, and her experiences have influenced her work.