Valentine's Day and the symbols of Love
Cupid: the Roman God of Love, equivalent to the Greek God Eros, always represented boyish because love is irrational. His symbols are the arrow and torch, "because love wounds and inflames the hear...
, 14/02/2015 00:00
The Cheese Tourteau from Poitou
Do you know this regional specialty: the famous “Cheese cake” from Poitou (different from the American one)? It’s a dessert that has always intrigued me and I wanted to try for a long time.
, 12/02/2015 08:37
Valentin Valentin by Pascal Thomas
The film opens with the discovery of Valentin’s dead body (Vincent Rottiers) in a park in an eastern suburb of Paris. Valentin was living alone in an apartment building filled with an assortment of...
, 11/02/2015 08:42
The best crêpes in Melbourne
Have you ever found yourself wandering about Melbourne suddenly salivating for a little something French? Well, we’ve been preparing for such a day, and we’d very much like to help you curb your cr...
, 06/02/2015 09:59
Waitangi Day-New Zealand Day!
On February 6th 1840, 500 Maori Chiefs and members of the British crown signed the Treaty of Waitangi, which is considered to be the New Zealand’s founding document.
, 06/02/2015 00:00