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English Is The Language Of International Communication


From the point of view of Educational Commission, English has become the “language of international communication”, therefore, the rising generation of French people should be fluent in French in written and oral forms. This suggests that the format of the educational systems of different countries is drastically revised, and bets are placed on the in-depth study of the English language. This decision of the French government and representatives of the French educational sector is also caused by disappointing statistic data: France ranks the last among the other European countries by to the level of English proficiency among students, and prospects to move in this direction are disappointing, grim, after analysis, the French concluded that even Spaniards, previously considered to be the most backward European nation in terms of language knowledge and proficiency in English, have overtaken the French people in the context of the overall “Anglicization”.

Teaching English is conditioned by the need to meet global standards, that would control the run of the global trend towards generally accepted civilization standards. Globalization of the world community in all areas of development requires the active use of the English language in all areas of cooperation between countries. Active exchange of students, migration flow of labour migrants indicate to establishment of single and convenient communication between all nations, diplomats, religions. The English language firmly established itself in educational, scientific and cultural development of the whole mankind.

For some time past, the greater part of the world community was convinced that the past Franco-English language war ended half a century ago – after the World War II, when […]

The Importance of Learning Chinese As a Second Language


There is a growing desire world-wide to understand the sometimes misunderstood country of China and benefit from studying the most widely spoken language in the world. More and more people both young and old are learning the language to increase business opportunities and for personal reasons. In fact, quite a few prominent individuals have decided to learn Chinese and broaden their horizons. Among them are former Australian Prime minister, Kevin Rudd; the U.S. President Obama’s daughter, Malia Obama and the successful entrepreneur, Mark Zuckerberg. They all chose to study Chinese as their second language. The study of the language opens the doorway to a variety of important fields including Chinese politics, history, economy and other business opportunities.

In 2010, 750,000 people from around the world took the Official Chinese Proficiency Test. The individuals who began studying the language were very diverse, varying in both industries and backgrounds. There is a huge growth worldwide in the number of non-Chinese, heritage people learning Mandarin. In fact, recently President Obama announced a new initiative aimed at having 1 million American school children learn Mandarin Chinese over the next five years. The Chinese economy is quickly becoming the world’s largest economy once again, which makes it crucial for Westerners to better understand Chinese culture, and prepare American students to deal with China in future jobs.

Obama announced the new initiative while standing aside Chinese President Xi Jinping, who said 2016 “will be a year of tourism between China and the United States.” He said 50,000 students will participate in an exchange program between the two countries within the next […]

How to Avoid Sugary Wrinkles


Spending your lifetime eating too much sugar can form wrinkles in your skin. In this article we will discuss how wrinkles are formed and how can you eat right and keep a beautiful skin.

Glycation is at blame of forming wrinkles. It is a natural process in which sugar in your blood directly (non enzymatic) binds to proteins to form harmful new molecules called Advanced Glycation End products (AGEs). Glycation can occur outside the body , and AGEs are typically formed when sugar is heated (cooked) with proteins or fats, they are then ingested and absorbed by the body.

Browning reactions are evidence of pre-formed glycations, and sugars are added to products like french fries and bakes to enhance browning.

Many products contain AGEs like those with significant browning, or with directly added AGEs as flavors or colorants.Some of foods with very high exogenous AGEs are Donuts, barbecued meats, cakes and dark colored soda pop, just to name a few.

The aging process starts at about age of 35 and increase rapidly after that, according to a study published in the British Journal of Dermatology. Skin ( and blood arteries) aging occurs when AGEs hit Collagen and Elastin protein fibers that keep skin (and arteries) firm

and elastic. Once damaged, springy and resilient collagen and elastin become dry and brittle, leading to wrinkles and sagging.

Collagen in your skin is present in three types Collagen type-I, Collagen type-II, ANDCollagen type-III with type-III being the most stable and longest lasting, another factor in how resistant skin is to wrinkling. Glycation transforms type III collagen into type I, which is more […]

A Case Study of Lincoln Electric


Nine out of ten new businesses fail within their first year. This is an alarming statistic that may in fact be more of a myth than truth. However, recent data suggests the same trend just not as extreme. According to Brian Headd and data from the U.S. Census, a more realistic figure suggests that 62% of businesses close within the first six years of operation (Headd 2). This raises the question of: What makes a successful business? By analyzing and dissecting the intricacies of Lincoln Electric’s consistently stellar performance as well as paying close attention to several interesting financial pitfalls an answer can be found.

Value in the Individual

An organization at its core is made up of individuals and equipment. Now which of these has the most influence over the success of that organization? Most emphasis must be placed on the individual because he is the one that can be creative, motivated, skilled, efficient, and responsive. The proper function of management is to draw out these characteristics and encourage their growth in a productive setting. A large portion of Lincoln Electric’s (LE) success can be attributed to this unique and effective management style which ultimately leads to a competitive advantage. No matter the economies of scale a huge corporation such as GE can offer, the increased productivity level of a properly motivated individual production worker can easily compensate for it. This management style is further fostered through a combination of structural, strategic, and cultural norms within LE.

Structurally, Lincoln Electric aims […]

The Study of the Gothic Element of Double in Poe’s Selected Works


The Study of Doubles in Poe’s Works

General Background


An important and innovative re-interpreter of the Gothic in the literary world was Edgar Allan Poe (1809-1849) who asserted ‘that terror is not of Germany, but of the soul’. His stature as a major figure in world literature is primarily based on his highly acclaimed short stories, poems, and critical theories, which established an influential rationale for the short form in both poetry and fiction. Poe is also famous for his Gothic style of writing. Fisher affirms that: “Few would hazard a challenge to long-standing opinion that Poe was a master of the Gothic horror tale, although many might not as readily be aware that he did not invent Gothic fiction” (p.72). Indeed Poe turned the Gothic fiction of the eighteenth-century to the internal cries and desires of human being. Aside from a common theoretical basis, there is a psychological intensity that is characteristic of Poe’s writings, especially the tales of horror that comprise his best and best-known works.


A significant element of Gothic genre is the theme of double. In Gothic (1996), Fred Botting writes that “at the end of nineteenth century familiar Gothic figures-the double and the vampire-reemerged in new shapes with a different intensity and anxious investments as objects of terror”(p.135). It seems so terrible when one looks at everywhere and sees his own image and likeness. The presence of the double, thus, could be interpreted as an explanation for the alienation of human being in the modern world. Botting expresses that “the loss of human identity and the alienation of self from both […]

Language Learning and Career Prospects


Why do people study new languages?

For many of us, it’s a career move. Gaining facility in a new vernacular simply allows us to expand our horizon, opening up doors that aren’t available to just anybody else. This is especially important if you’re traveling to a new country in order to further your career prospects. Going to Germany and not learning the local tongue is akin to snuffing out any chance you have of building a meaningful career.

Local Opportunities

Even when you’re not angling after an international career, there are plenty of local opportunities for individuals who gain facility in a second language. Learning English, for one, is a particularly valuable skill in many countries both in Asia and Europe, where you can serve as a translator, a language instructor, a professional consultant or any other sort of specialized job.

Many companies with international clients would love to have an employee on board who can speak a foreign tongue fluently, immediately putting you in a position of potentially high value to the organization. Given the choice between two equal job candidates, after all, would you go for someone with skill in another language or one without?

Learning A Language

While the benefits of gaining facility in a second language certainly seem tempting, the work going there is frequently not as attractive. Mastery of a new language, after all, will require you to invest plenty of energy and time. Whether you’re taking a class or studying with the help of a language software, the path is similar: you’ll have to bust your ass to get results. For that reason, […]

The Clash of the Brahmins


The Ayyars and Ayyangars tug of war.

The word Brahmin involves all those of uppermost caste people in India, who claim that they re the chosen of God. If anyone worship a Brahmin, he is not worshiping a human being; instead he is worshipping God incarnate. Should anyone serve or offer alms to a Brahmin then he is doing them to God himself. These are the beliefs that are in calculated in the minds of all other people, especially, in the lower caste people. So that, 5% of the Indian population have mentally enslaved the entire Hindu population.

Who are the Brahmins?

The Brahmins are the “Aryan” invaders of India, thousands of years before. They were the first known invaders of India as recorded in the history of India. Nowhere in the world had the invaders enslaved the people of a country for such a long time and continue to dominate all other people until today.

The divisions among the Brahmins

The main divisions among the Brahmins are the Ayyars and the Ayyangars. A thorough study of these two groups will give the reader the correct knowledge of their gods, writings, families, culture and above all the century old concealed rivalries between them to attain power and influence.

The racial differences

Ayyars are by physical composition more direct descendants of Aryans invaders than the Ayyangars. The former have fair complexions, long noses and the physical features of Aryan race similar to that of Germans, Iranians, etc.

Ayyar Brahmins claim racial superiority over all other people in the world like Hitler and the Nazis of Germany did. The Ayyars are fire worshippers […]

Special Post-Grad Scholarships and Fellowships – Fulbright, Watson, and Rhodes Programs


After graduating from college, many young people take the chance to explore the world. Imagine if you could explore the world on a travel grant while adding a prestigious line to your resume!

International exchange and travel programs like the Fulbright Program, Watson Fellowships, and Rhodes Scholarships make this possible for a small number of outstanding college graduates. A variety of smaller programs also provide grant money for travel, education, and service projects abroad.

Fulbright Program – Every year, more than 1,400 B.A. graduates, students, young professionals, and artists receive a Fulbright grant to study, teach, or conduct research abroad in more than 140 countries. The Fulbright Program offers grants for international educational exchange for students to undertake graduate study, traditionally in European countries. Options now extend to the rest of the world.

Fulbright grants for recent college graduates and graduate students are administered by the Institute of International Education. Fulbright-Hays grants, including grants for doctoral and post-doctoral research, are sponsored by the U.S. Department of Education. The Fulbright Program offers regular grants; supplemental travel grants to Germany, Hungary, and Italy; business grants; ESL student teaching assistantships abroad; and special programs. More information:

Thomas J. Watson Fellowship – The Thomas J. Watson Fellowship provides a $25,000 stipend ($35,000 for Fellows traveling with a spouse) for graduating seniors to pursue a year of independent study outside the U.S. Projects are not academically orientated, as the program is intended to encourage exploration rather than formal research. Watson fellows are prohibited from reentering the U.S. and their home countries, taking paid work, or becoming involved in organized volunteer projects […]