Skipper Sam Show Rochester Ny
The Skipper Sam Show is a local children’s TV show in which children perform musical and dance routines, sometimes to the point of unplanned hilariousness.
Bast shoes – woven bast shoes with wooden soles to facilitate walking in the countryside.
Now it is customary to wear them as office or casual shoes, but bast shoes are still used as work shoes, although they no longer come into contact with the ground.
Chucha – a stuffed pig, named after Chuchein, a character in Bazhov’s tales.
Black sideburns are curly hair, by which married women were recognized in some provinces of Mongolia.
Steppe hawks are experienced hardened hunters who, as a rule, did not wear any identification marks.
They carried a huge knife with them, which they hid in the top of their boots.
The wolf head is a symbol of diplomacy, which was depicted on the shields of many Mongol khans.
Handmade also includes the concept of “handmade products” – manufactured goods made by hand or to order.
Meat pie (tungur) is a traditional Mongolian sweet made from flour, eggs, cottage cheese, sugar and jam.
Fen is one of the most common tourist spots in Mongolia.
Shaolin is one of the most famous Taoist monasteries in China, based on the birthplace of Bodhidharma, the hero of the Tao Te Ching myth.
His followers study meditation and martial arts, as well as practice the “Buddha Self-Sacrifice” technique.
Author: Valeria Kryukova