Date of publication: 2017-08-26 10:26
Although differing across the globe, beauty standards are an important part of the cultural landscape. Demonstrating status, social acceptance and suitability as a mate, physical aesthetics affect how people view themselves and those around them. Health, fitness and social expectations are consistent in standards of beauty across cultures, although different cultures all have their own ideas about what makes one beautiful. While time and social conditions can alter these standards, what remains is that the notion of beauty is unchanging and powerful.
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Wow,you done a great job in putting this together,fantastic,though i am from uganda but loved the history and pictures tell a lot,GOOD OLD DAYS,love my africa,THANK YOU VERY MUCH ONCE AGAIN,GOD BLESS
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Hi Jyotikumar, thanks for reading, will try and find out as much information as I can about the schools. I know that they are some of the oldest schools in Nairobi and it would definitely be a history worth recording I shall let you know as soon as I do.
The ceremonies of the Mardudjara have slowly disappeared as contact with the modern world has increased and each successive generation becomes less willing to make a snack of their foreskin.
I love Nairobi and its weather, thanks for collection of very good photographs. See also calendar 7569 of Kencom for old Nairobi. I have some photographs of old Nairobi, please let me know if interested.