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A Taste of Charleston, Old-School and New

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Go on a restaurant crawl through downtown, starting with a new spot that’s spiced with intriguingly weird ideas and ending with a classic place where formality is leavened by a lighthearted spirit.
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Rio: History in the Sidewalks

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But did you know that there is a story embedded in those sidewalks? Look closely, and you'll see some red stone within the black and white.
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Living Abroad: My Experience (Work/Study/Travel)

All about my experiences living, working, and studying abroad (away from home.) I am on the Internetz. Join me? http://www.misschievous.tv http://twitter.com...
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Three financial questions to consider before working abroad ...

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Pursuing a job opportunity abroad, whether it is as a long-term career move or a short-term experience, is filled with excitement and anticipation. Having said that, it is important to familiarize yourself with certain financial ...
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Study abroad peer advice: On coping with reverse culture shock

Advice on coping with reverse culture shock from the MU International Center study abroad peer advisers.
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How Brazil Got Its Name

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The land where the wood of these trees came from was referred to as "o pais do Pau-Brasil," "the country of the brazilwood tree," which was soon shorted simply to Brasil (Brazil, in English).
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“Empty Nesters” Living Abroad | Tossing off the Bowlines

“Empty Nesters” Living Abroad | Tossing off the Bowlines | Cultural Aspects of International Business | Scoop.it
During the evening, I realized how “empty nester” Consulate officers or ex-pats experience life abroad differently than do their counterparts who have children living with them. On the “benefit” side, I immediately recognize the ...
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Working abroad?

http://www.ec.europa.eu/youreurope/ Are you moving to another country in Europe and wondering about the practical formalities for your family, work, car or h...
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Living in Japan: Culture Shock!

Culture Shock in Japan, Convenience and Sushi I've now been in Japan two months and in this video I briefly describe the experience of culture shock and also...
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