The present Doodle, illustrated by Amsterdam, Netherlands-based guest artist Jessica Coppet, praises the 125th birthday celebration of Martinican-French author Paulette Nardal. She is generally viewed as one of the organizers of Négritude, a scholarly development created by Black specialists and authors who participated in fortitude to advocate their cultural heritageRead More →

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The present Doodle, illustrated by Aosta, Italy-based guest artist Andrea Serio, praises the 125th birthday celebration of Italian writer, pundit, and translator Eugenio Montale. Famous for his masterful ability to capture human emotion, he is generally viewed as perhaps the best artist of contemporary history. Born on this day inRead More →

Pearls are the natural world’s just gemstone framed in a living creature. Out of the 54 nations on the continent of Africa, there is just a single natural gem known as the “Pearl of Africa”—Uganda. The East African country became a self-governing country on this day in 1962, a anniversaryRead More →

In Korea, residents and researchers the same invest heavily in their unique writing script known as Hangul. To such an extent, indeed, that there is a yearly holiday in its honor! The present Doodle, outlined by Seoul, South Korea-based guest craftsman Soman, honors Korea’s Hangul Day (한글날), the main holidayRead More →

In 1970s Australian kitchens, no different cookbooks were more normal than those created by darling Scottish-conceived Australian food writer and journalist Margaret Fulton. The present Doodle celebrates Fulton’s 97th birthday celebration and her legacy of brightening up the Australian palate with global cuisine. Born on this day in 1924 inRead More →

The present Doodle celebrates American actor, director, author, and humanitarian Christopher Reeve, who is most popular for his spinal cord research advocacy work close by his leading role in four “Superman” feature films. Christopher D’Olier Reeve was brought into the world on this day in 1952 in New York City.Read More →

Situated in the mountainous, Caucasus region where the Asian and European landmasses combine, Armenia commends its Independence Day on the 1991 anniversary of the nation voting in a countrywide referendum for sway. The present Doodle praises this public holiday, otherwise called Ankakhutyun, with a portrayal of the national tricolor flag.Read More →

The present Doodle, shown by Seoul, South Korea-based guest artist Kim Jam, observes Chuseok, a three-day, harvest festival observed across the Korean peninsula. As one of the three most significant holidays on the Korean lunar calendar, Chuseok is a period for families to meet up and show gratitude for aRead More →