Prescient Native

Native is Prescient’s window on the world.
It’s one way we share the little and big things we notice about life.
Diversity, detail, drama, people.
This is Native: the stuff of life.

Smells Bad! Looks Bad! Tastes Great!

In 2013, UNESCO designated kimchi and kimjang, an ‘intangible cultural heritage of humanity.' The reason is simple. Kimjang and kimchi are a celebration of tradition and identity.

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Can Starbucks conquer Italy?

47 years after Starbucks first opened its doors to the world, the brand has unveiled its first ever store in the homeland of coffee: Italy

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Transport for Muscat

Before the Sultan Qaboos bin Said ruling, Oman only had around six miles of well surfaced roads.  Today the figure is stretches to nearer 18,000 miles, and roads are mostly packed with 4x4’s....

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Mazi Farm in Greece

Disillusioned by the standard 9-5, we are seeing a generation of environmentally conscious young people looking for a meaningful answer to our world’s sustainability problems, and they are finding that answer in agriculture

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An American in Sweden

Our American blogger lives in London and after living in the UK for a few years, identifies herself as an “other”- definitely not British but not extremely American in her mannerisms, a chameleon perhaps…her partner (from Sweden) disagrees...

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Cuba's wait for Wi-Fi

Cuba is in the midst of a social, political and cultural evolution. Our guest blogger looks at the recent introduction of the internet and Wi-Fi

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Serbia's EXIT Festival

In the year 2000, in Serbia, a country ravaged by war, a group of students came up with an idea that would unite all and bring peace and harmony to the broken nation – a creative initiative in the form of the EXIT festival.

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Japan's Face Masks

Our guest blogger from Japan looks at the face mask trend

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Temperatures Rising in Rio

It is the morning of the 18th of April 2016 and less than ten hours ago, the Lower House of the Brazilian Congress approved the impeachment motion against current president Dilma Rousseff from the Workers Party (PT).

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