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10 ऐसे स्कूल नियम जो आपको कही नहीं मिलेंगे |Top 10 Weirdest School Rules From Around The World

10 ऐसे स्कूल नियम जो आपको कही नहीं मिलेंगे | Top 10 Weirdest School Rules From Around The World
in this video Mysterious Dunia will tell you about some amazing school rules from around the world.
Every school has a long list of rules you need to obey. Most are there to keep us safe. However, some, who knows what the point of them is? Here are our top 10 weirdest school rules from around the world.

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South Koreans are checking themselves into prison to relax

People are paying to go to prison in South Korea because life is too stressful.

A fake prison called “Prison Inside Me” has become a retreat for harried South Koreans looking for a clean break from the daily demands of their careers. Paying visitors are issued a standard blue uniform and must follow the facility’s strict rules. Prisoner guest can even spent time in solitary confinement. Time in this prison is an escape from modern life.

Prison Inside Me in Seoul has hosted a few thousand visitors in the past few years. Many of them are seeking temporary solace from the stress in this resort disguised as a jail.

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30 Unique Things That Only Happen in Saudi Arabia

Did you ever think you could serve jail time for a selfie? Well, there’s no country quite like Saudi Arabia, and while it definitely has a colorful culture, some of its traditions and rules are fascinating…. And some are just plain weird!

For example, birth control is often accessible only for married women. Some pharmacies can ask for a marriage certificate before selling contraceptives! If you're a Saudi man, giving flowers to your sweetheart is also not a good idea. Here, women can only receive flowers from other women. And there are no cinemas in Saudi Arabia. The government believes that movies may give men and women inappropriate ideas. Can you imagine that?

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- Saudi Arabia is located on the Arabian Peninsula. Just so you know, this is the world’s largest peninsula. And even though Saudi Arabia is the 13th largest country in the world, it still has no river! Considering the fact that it’s mostly deserts, this is a real bummer for everybody.
- Despite its desert climate, snow, rain, and hail are never out of the picture. Especially, if you live in areas like Tabuk.
- Also, don’t be surprised if you see a Saudi family enjoying their meals on the floor.
- Saudi people take naming their child pretty seriously. They usually choose names that somehow reflect their kid’s heritage, the clan they’re from, or their extended family.
- Not that long ago, the women of Saudi Arabia weren’t allowed to drive cars or even ride bicycles. However, they could easily fly planes if they wanted to. Seems logical! Thankfully, in 2018, this ban was lifted.
- Universities are also packed with women. According to statistics, about 52 percent of students pursuing a bachelor’s degree are, in fact, women.
- Valentine’s Day in Saudi Arabia also comes with a set of rules. Flower shops can’t sell red roses, gift shops avoid selling heart-shaped products, and girls are prohibited from wearing red to school. And if you're a Saudi man, giving flowers to your sweetheart is also not a good idea. Here, women can only receive flowers from other women.
- Saudi wedding ceremonies are also not as fun as you might think. Believe it or not, they’re often held separately for the bride and the groom! The newlyweds get together only near the end of it.
- Music classes are also kinda banned in public schools. Sure, the Saudi music industry is pretty dynamic, but all Saudi musicians either taught themselves how to play instruments or had to hire a tutor.
- If you live in Saudi Arabia, you should also forget about crazy birthday parties. Public gatherings of any kind are completely prohibited, so your best option is having a piece of cake at home in your favorite pajamas.
- When the rest of the world obsesses over oil, Saudi people know what’s good. Here, fresh water is way more expensive and valuable. However, that’s probably because all the oil in Saudi Arabia can easily fill more than 4.7 million Olympic-size swimming pools!

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20 Things Can’t Be Seen Anywhere But in Japan

Elements from Japanese culture are in our lives right now: many people watch anime and Japanese TV series, they eat wok and sushi, and they listen to songs by Japanese singers. And even such a seemingly ordinary thing as karaoke actually originated in Japan. However, there are still some things that can only be seen in the Land of the Rising Sun.

Really, Japan is a unique country, different from the rest of the world. Wanna have Pringles soup when in Japan? Here you go. In the mood for dinner with a huge plush Moomin in a Japanese cafe? Not a problem at all. Here are some cultural things can’t be seen anywhere but in Japan.

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- Most people know that a sure sign they CAN cross the road is the little, lit-up green man, right? Well, not in Japan! There, you should wait for a green rabbit called Miffy.
- In Japan, they grow square watermelons. Nope, it's not a slip of the tongue. In Kagawa prefecture, they produce a couple hundred square watermelons a year.
- When you buy Pringles in Japan, you don't get a tube of potato chips; you get noodles!
- In Japan, if you come to a cafe alone, you get a massive plush Moomin as your lunch companion so that you don't feel sad!
- A Holiday meal means tons of tasty food and, of course, a big roast turkey! But if you ever celebrate the Holidays while in Japan, don't get surprised to be treated with KFC instead of more traditional food.
- In the Ginza district of Tokyo, there’s an unusual stationery store which rises 12 floors!
- There are more than 50 million vending machines in Japan, and that means they’re literally everywhere!
- If you're in Japan and wondering what souvenirs you can get for your family and friends, try Japan-limited Kit-Kats!
- Suffering from the cold in the winter? Just get yourself one of these one-use pocket-heaters that are so popular in Japan! It's called kairo, and nowadays, you just need to open it for the chemical reaction to begin.
- Do you love unusual forms of art? Then how about rice paddy art? People plant rice of different colors and types to create breathtaking images in paddy fields.
- Imagine returning home after a long and crazy day at work. The Japanese have found a solution for this problem - and that's a subway chin rest!

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Best Japanese HOTEL Ever! 「字幕付き」

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This is an amazing tour of one of the nicest, vibrant and crazy love hotels in Tokyo Japan. For anyone who has ever dreamed of visiting a love hotel while in Japan, I highly recommend Love Hotel Sara.
With a variety of themes, free drinks, snacks, amenities, cosplay rental and VOD, you can't go wrong. And compared to other average looking love hotels the price is almost the same.

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Every day for the last 37 years, Master Ayub has been teaching poor children from the slums of Islamabad, Pakistan FOR FREE in a public park.

It started with one kid, then two came, then hundreds, and now he has educated tens of thousands of kids by HIMSELF. Master Ayub's kind heart and dedication has landed him many awards in Pakistan and beyond, including one from Queen Elizabeth herself, and he does not plan to stop teaching until he dies.

This man is a class act who has a heart of gold. He has sacrificed his life so much that he moved his home to the neighboring slum just to be at the kids' service 24/7. Can you imagine how much better the world would be if everyone was like Master Ayub?

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We bought ramen instant noodles from around the world and giving them all a try to see which one is the best.

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Change your life in 2020 (Motivation + Steps) / In this video I'll share the steps you can take this year to live a life of travel.

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I'm thrilled to be back in Africa where I will be spending the remaining 3 months of the year! Many of you probably haven’t heard of Eritrea before and that’s because it’s a relatively new country and it’s notoriously difficult to enter (top 5 in the world). After 48 hours of roaming around the capital of Asmara and the ancient port city of Massawa, I’ve really enjoyed my time here.

I’m getting flashbacks to when I was in Ethiopia, yet also touches of Yemen Somaliland and Italy. Yes - ITALY! Eritrea is a former Italian colony and their influence is remarkably well-preserved in the form of giant cathedrals, pizza parlors, gelato shops, old Italian cars, appertivos and many people can still speak fluent Italiano.

The capital of Asmara is VERY safe, with kind hearted people and surprisingly the weather is cold here (2,400 meters high). Unfortunately due to WiFi issues, I haven't been able to upload anything until now, but there’s no hurry, because life is wonderful here! More to come soon ????????

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World's Most Confusing Currency? (IRANIAN RIAL)

One of my favorite things to do whenever I enter a new country (like Iran) is analyzed their currency situation, exchange rate and how these things affect their economy.

I’ve handled many inflated currencies -- such as the Indonesian RUPIAH and Vietnamese DONG — but here in Iran, the RIAL gets a lot more confusing than inflation.

Iran has 2 different systems to count their money. The first is RIALS (the official Iranian currency), and the second is TUMAN (which is like the Rial, without the last zero). As a traveler, you don’t know which price is listed unless you ask. $1 USD = 50,000 Rials and that same $1 dollar = 5,000 Tuman. Sound confusing? ... It is!

Moreover, the only way to get money in Iran as a tourist is by bringing lots of cash (USD or Euros is preferred) and then exchanging it for Iranian Rials when you arrive. The reason is because there are no ATMs in Iran that cater to foreign banks.

If you are as confused reading this as I am typing it out, then this video will explain the confusing world of the Iranian Rial a little better.

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The theme of the 2018 Manila Pride march was “Rise Up Together”. The event was held at the Marikina Sports Complex in Marikina City.

The march looks to empower the LGBT community and create a safe space for its members that includes gender equality and same-sex marriage.

This year, the annual celebration drew a crowd of 20,000 to 25,000 people.

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Most Craziest and Colourful Festivals Around The World

The world is full of fun and crazy people, and these festivals are solid proof. This list features some of the craziest, messiest or most colorful festivals and events ever, which have gathered millions of people from all around the world.

Pingxi Sky Lantern Festival,Taiwan
The Sky Lantern Festival is said to originate over 2000 years ago during Xing dynasty, when local watchmen used the lanterns to send a signal to the village residents who fled from groups of bandits to the mountains that it was safe to go home. Today, releasing the lanterns represents the end of Chinese New Year period. People also participate in this festival by writing their wishes on the lantern and release them into the night sky.

Boryeong Mud Festival, South Korea
Get yourself dirty at the Boryeong Mud Festival, an annual summer event that takes place in the coastal town of Boryeong (also known as Daejeon). The festival was first held in 1996 to promote a new range of cosmetics which uses the Boryeong mud and to allow people to experience the mud themselves.

Cooper’s Hill Cheese-Rolling and Wake, England
The Cooper’s Hill Cheese-Rolling and Wake is a wacky event held on the Spring Bank Holiday every year at Cooper’s Hill, near Gloucester, where contestants battle one another in a cheese chase. Traditionally, the competition is held for the local villagers, but as news travelled far more people from all over the world flock in to take part

Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta, USA
This hot air balloon festival takes places annually in Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA, usually in early October. Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta is the largest hot air balloon festival in the world and is also said to be the world’s most photographed event

Lantern Floating Ceremony, Hawaii
Every year, the residents of Hawaii remember their loved ones they lost by sending off illuminated lanterns into the sunset. This solemn ceremony was established by the head priest of Shinnyo-en temple so people can pay respect to the lost loved ones and be comforted by one another, as well as to create a connection between the Buddhist and Western cultures.

International Kite Festival, India
Regarded as one of the biggest festivals in Gujarat, the International Kite Festival (or Uttarayan) marks the end of cold winter and the approaching harvest season according to the Hindu calendar. During the festival week, kites of all shapes, sizes and colours fill the sky as most cities organize kite flying competitions, and local food is served to the crowd.

King’s Day, Amsterdam
n Netherlands, the king’s birthday is celebrated on a different scale. King’s Day, or Koningsdag, is national holiday that takes place annually on April 27, which is King Willem-Alexander’s birthday. During this event, people dressed up in orange flood the streets of Amsterdam to celebrate, drink, dance and party. On this day, the city becomes one big flea market as the streets are lined with people selling their old treasures and homemade delicacies while chatting up with everyone.

Yokote Kamakura Festival, Japan
Yokote Kamakura Snow Festival is a famous winter tradition of Akita prefecture held between January and February in Yokote city. The igloo-like houses called kamakura, which are built to worship the Shinto water gods are the main attractions for this festival.

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Village Food in West Africa - BEST FUFU and EXTREME Hospitality in Rural Ghana!

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It was about a three hour drive from Accra to get to the village. The village was somewhere in the central Cape Coast region of Ghana (however no near to the coast, but much inland). The people from the village were so incredibly friendly, and it was one of the most genuinely hospitable and friendly villages I’ve ever visited. It was an honor and privilege to spend time at the village.

As we arrived, they had already started cooking some Ghanaian food specialties. One the menu, we had banku with okra soup, fufu (a staple of West African food) with palm nut soup, and finally fried plantains with beans. All the food was incredibly good, and it was one of the best bowls of fufu I ate during my entire time in Ghana.

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Eat Your Sushi: Earthquake in Japan

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