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Cultural Cooking: Rub Greens from Liberia

Cultural Cooking: Rub Greens from Liberia

This particular recipe is very important to Liberian culture because it has many nutrients. It helps build up our blood when it is very low, it is easy to prepare, and most of all it is loved by all Liberians. It is served at any time of day, but mostly during lunch and dinner meals. READ MORE>

PTPI Chapter Project Grant: Mongolia

PTPI Chapter Project Grant: Mongolia

PTPI provides Chapter Project Grants so that our global chapter network may carry out cultural, educational, and humanitarian projects that exemplify the mission of PTPI. The Niislel, Mongolia Chapter selected 10 single women without jobs and trained them to become hairdressers and beauticians. READ MORE>

PTPI Chapter Project Grant: Lilongwe, Malawi

PTPI Chapter Project Grant: Lilongwe, Malawi

Members of the Lilongwe Malawi Student Chapter went to meet fellow students at Dzaleka Refugee Camp on the 26th and 28th of September, 2013 with the aim of interacting with them. They sang songs, danced, share stories from their respective countries, made friendships and enjoyed drinks and snacks together. READ MORE>

Discussion Questions for The Light Between Oceans

Discussion Questions for The Light Between Oceans

Questions prepared by K. Saroja, Global Book Club Guest Reader
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Discussion Questions for The Light Between Oceans-Everyday Miracles

Discussion Questions for The Light Between Oceans-Everyday Miracles

Tom Sherbourne has strong work and moral ethics. What makes him to give in to Isabel’s interpretation that the baby was ‘God’s Gift’ to them and not discharge his duty as lighthouse keeper, informing the authorities about the boat with a dead man and a baby? READ MORE>

PTPI Chapter Project Grants: Kansas City, Missouri, USA

PTPI Chapter Project Grants: Kansas City, Missouri, USA

The Chapter reviewed the need for the event and potential impacts with the staff of the Command and General Staff College (CGSC). lt was determined that this event would provide lnternational Military Students at Ft. Leavenworth and their families with cultural, historic and educational insights about the U.S. as well as an opportunity to spend time with U.S. families.
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PTPI's Global Book Club-December Selection

PTPI's Global Book Club-December Selection

It is a pleasure to announce the 26th selection for PTPI’s Global Book Club, The Light Between Oceans, by M.L. Steadman. We are delighted to have a guest reader for this selection, longtime PTPI member and Global Book Club participant K. Saroja. READ MORE>