Brazil Brazilians seem to be sambaing into the hearts of expats: 60% of survey respondents in Brazil who are in a committed
In the past, Vietnam did not really celebrate Christmas except for the country's Catholic minority population. December 25th
After a lazy morning spent in our pajamas opening presents around the tree, the requisite Christmas aprons were distributed
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In Swiss cities, foreigners find it difficult to settle in, with Basel ranking last in the Ease of Settling In Index and
Frankfurt Number One for Working Abroad Eight out of the ten most popular cities for working abroad are located in Germany
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Trump is possibly one of the worst options for the United States. Just because I do not live there does not mean I am not heartbroken. In fact, I'm more than heartbroken, I'm also embarrassed.
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