Surprise: some of the world's sharpest minds have had less than flattering things to say about nationalism. Let's have a look at their wise words.
The Finnish people. We're a sauna bathing, ice hole swimming, metal music loving and often very gloomy group. Is there more to the mentality of a Finn? Really dissecting the customs and habits of the Finnish people, we discovered some interesting building stones to their mentality, ones you won't read about in Monocle.
No one has a bigger opinion of Donald Trump than Donald Trump. The Internet is on a mission to change that. How? Using the magic of Photoshop, of course. The premise is simple: take a photo of Trump and shrink him down to the size of a small toddler. The result is a series of masterpieces that perfectly sum up how a huge portion of the world views the new President: childish, petulant, and small.
Our forefathers have sometimes named places really off-putting and downright scary names. Let's have a look at some of the Finnish ones.
As a rule, Finns are sincere, humble, trustworthy and funny. However, one thing that can be difficult for visitors to know is what makes them happy, being that they often exude a Spock-like calm in all situations. With this in mind, I’ve put together a handy guide, gained from 13 years experience, of seven sure-fire ways to put a spring in any Finn’s step.
Some people might be celebrating Donald Trump's Presidential win this week -- we, however, think that there are countless other orange things that are worthy of celebration. Let's take a look at 19 of them that deserve a little recognition too.
Finnish Cristmas is supposed to be a lot of things, involving family and relatives. We explore what it can feel like to be left out of these festivities.
Finland celebrates independence day on December 6 by watching a stuffy ball on TV. Read on for some more weird independence day traditions around the world.
To get a grasp of the UK's garbage media landscape an outsider need look no further than The Daily Mail. Founded in 1886 for the newly literate lower-middle class, it's now a foghorn for daily blasts of xenophobia, racism and sexism.