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What is Vietnam really like?

Ask an Expat: Living in Vietnam (Ho Chi Minh City)

What is Vietnam really like?

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Want To Move To Germany? Here’s How I Did It

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What to know before visiting Dubai? How Dubai really looks like? Is everything prohibited?Let's talk about common Dubai myths.

Can I drink alcohol in Dubai? Can I wear a bikini? What to know before visiting Dubai, UAE

What to know before visiting Dubai? How Dubai really looks like? Is everything prohibited?Let's talk about common Dubai myths.

Saya shares her experiences and advice on life as an expat in Guanajuato, Mexico.

Saya shares her experiences and advice on life as an expat in Guanajuato, Mexico.

relationships-in-japan culture series- Often times in America we expect to have what is known as either a vertical or horizontal relationship with other people. In our culture, a relationship between boss and employee would be an instance of vertical, while a relationship between classmates would be considered horizontal. In Japanese culture, a vertical ranking in human relationships has developed to the extent of having a strong seniority system known as Sempai and Kohai.

Relationships in Japan

relationships-in-japan culture series- Often times in America we expect to have what is known as either a vertical or horizontal relationship with other people. In our culture, a relationship between boss and employee would be an instance of vertical, while a relationship between classmates would be considered horizontal. In Japanese culture, a vertical ranking in human relationships has developed to the extent of having a strong seniority system known as Sempai and Kohai.

In Japan the Do (‘dough’) spirit exhibits distinct Japanese cultural values as well as their unique way of learning. A form of Japanese apprenticeship.

Japanese Apprenticeship

In Japan the Do (‘dough’) spirit exhibits distinct Japanese cultural values as well as their unique way of learning. A form of Japanese apprenticeship.

Travel the world on a budget as a housesitter. Housesitting is a win for your pets and your home. No worries about your furbabies or issues with the house.  via @https://www.pinterest.com/xyuandbeyond/

Housesitting: A Guide for Newbies

Travel the world on a budget as a housesitter. Housesitting is a win for your pets and your home. No worries about your furbabies or issues with the house. via @https://www.pinterest.com/xyuandbeyond/

Getting Surgery in a Foreign Country with a Socialized Medical System; when life dealt me a blow and I had to get surgery in Italy, where a socialized medical system is in place, I was scared. I was used to my comfortable (but expensive) medical care. Would Italy be able to provide me the same?

Getting Surgery in a Foreign Country with a Socialized Medical System

Getting Surgery in a Foreign Country with a Socialized Medical System; when life dealt me a blow and I had to get surgery in Italy, where a socialized medical system is in place, I was scared. I was used to my comfortable (but expensive) medical care. Would Italy be able to provide me the same?

World By Isa - World By Isa

World By Isa - World By Isa

5 Reasons why Traveling is important

5 Reasons why Traveling is important

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