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The U.N. Arabic Language Day is celebrated on Dec. 18 every year, the following 3 reasons will not only inform you, but encourage you to consider learning Arabic in 2018.
While business trips come with new protocol and unspoken rules, enjoy them with these 10 travel tips.
On January 28th, 2017, families worldwide will celebrate the new year with traditions rooted in ancient myth and historic practice.
From slamming doors and smashing plates, to eating soja noodles and midnight meals, people worldwide welcome the New Year with spectacular gusto! Countries celebrate with traditional customs. These 10 are just a few of the many unique ways to usher in a new year:
There are countless joys of cultural immersion: learning a different language, finding yourself comfortable within your new surroundings, and making friends from a myriad of backgrounds.
Airbnb comes with its own set of manners. Here are five quick tips to help both you and your host have a great Airbnb experience.