Forest Graveyard an Eerie Sight

Rusting away in the forests of Southern Belgium, the Chatillon car graveyard is one of the largest car burial sites in the world. Now a gathering place for tourists, collectors, and photographers, Chatillon is an eerie snapshot of a dark time in our planet’s history....

Sole Use of MT Can Impact Accuracy

Machine Translation (MT) usage is on the rise and the technology and algorithms behind it are advancing everyday. More than 200 million people all over the world use Google Translate on a daily basis. It would be silly to disregard the improvements that machine...

Yelapa: The Land That Time Forgot

Yelapa is a small beach town in Cabo Corrientes, Jalisco, Mexico. It lies in the southernmost cove of the world’s seventh largest bay, Bahía de Banderas. The history of Yelapa has much to do with the reason it has baby-stepped its way into the 21st century, it only...

Did You Know: Red Crab Migration

Christmas Island, Australia is the location of the great crab migration occurring every October and November. Many people, who are interested in seeing this natural wonder, visit Christmas Island as tourists. Fortunately,  there are lots of foreign language...

Events Gave Rise to Swiss Cheese Mafia

The origins of cheese fondue come from a place of war. After WWI, much of Europe was destroyed. Switzerland, however, still had cows and the Swiss cheese makers were still making cheese. In fact, they had too much cheese. As a result, the Swiss cheese makers decided...

Spain Hopes to Boost Housing Market

Spain is one of the European countries hit hardest by the recent recession and housing crisis. Property and homes remain unsold and vacant after the building bubble burst and the entire real estate industry is in shambles. In order to combat this recent housing...