Student sells jewelry made from green stone to share his Maori culture

Moananui Kadarmia, a junior in biochemistry from New Zealand, sells jewelry made from Maori green stone as a part of his own side business, which he started to share his culture with others.

Jade in the world market

Jade is often called “the stone of heaven”, as it is believed that it has the role of protection and against evil, says the New York Times.

Diamonds aren't always a girl's best friend

The scene is set. Underneath a swaying palm tree, the boyfriend bends down on one knee, and with a smile, he pulls out a little black box. Opening it and asking a few words, the girlfriend replies yes, and he puts the ring on her finger.

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