How to make “brigadero” and “pão de queijo” – Brazilian desserts!

I could write a million things about Brazil or my experience here, but one thing that I think most people want to know, or at least should know is how to make “brigadeiro“, so here is the receipe. It’s really easy and you will spend about 25 minutes to make it. Ingredients: 1 can of Read more…

Chimarrão!

Chimarrão

The chimarrão (or mate) is a characteristic drink of the culture of southern South America. Is a legacy of the first nations Guaraní. The term mate is used in Castilian language countries (Uruguai, Argentina, Chile…); the term “chimarrão” is used in Brazil, although it is a term derived from the spanish word cimarrón, which means Read more…

La Copa del Rey (The King Cup)

CSLI Student Ecio Rivas from Venezuela

La Copa del Rey is one of the most important Soccer Championships from Spain and also is the most older soccer tournament in the country since April 6 of 1903 with a total of 111 editions. The team who won more trophies until now in this competition is F.C. Barcelona 26 in total. This Year is Read more…

Japanese traditional clothing: KIMONO!

CSLI Student Ai from Japan

Everyone knows Samurai wears kimono. I will introduce especially girls’ kimono. Kimono is Japanese traditional clothing. The word “kimono” means “wear thing”. Kimono has been used by many languages. Kimono has straight – lined robes and it talls to the ankles, with attached collars and long wide sleeves. Females wear kimono always with right side Read more…