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The Symbol of the Tiger in Korean Culture

The Symbol of the Tiger in Korean Culture

  The symbol of the tiger has been greatly revered - maybe equally besmirched -  and respected by the people of Korea for what seems like the whole of time.  The tiger, through the ages, has weaved itself throughout folklore and tradition and continues to be a powerful and mystical figure today. The Tiger is strong, wise and resilient. The Tiger demands respect and a little breathing room. The Tiger protects.

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Symbology in American Society

Symbology in American Society

The amount of power a simple symbol can hold is truly extraordinary. For 30,000 years, it’s been used to convey language, intention, and power. While its place throughout the course of human history cannot be understated, its influence today is arguably more substantial than at any other point since its creation.

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Anti Columbus Day, Pro Indigenous People’s Day

Anti Columbus Day, Pro Indigenous People’s Day

Before there was the New World, there was the Pre-New World. These cultures within Pre-New World include western cultures and civilizations that survived and prospered before Christopher Columbus came upon the shores in 1492.

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