Tags » Country Of Origin

Unavoidingly Familiar

We are at the breaking-away season. Fall, is what I’d like to call its early stage. When all the leaves are browning on the branches of trees and gracefully flying and whirling all around.   550 more words

Hello from Kazakhstan

“Better to see something once, than to hear about it a thousand times” Asian Proverb

Many times people ask me: “Where do you come from?”

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New country of origin food labelling from 1 July

Businesses that sell food in retail stores in Australia need to know about the new country of origin food labelling laws which will apply from 1 July 2016. 318 more words

Business Law

I love the sound of my students snoring - Ich höre meine Schüler gern schnarchen

Nachdem wir nun die am meisten benutzten Buchstaben im Deutschen durchgenommen haben, wenden wir uns Buchstabenkombinationen zu. Der erste Laut, den wir durchnehmen, ist CH… 509 more words


Costa Coffee: Country of origin effects

Costa Coffee, the UK’s favourite coffee shop (if you believe one of their more memorable advertising campaigns), is a British company which plays upon its Italian heritage. 561 more words


COO: There's More to the Story

When I studied abroad in Florence, Italy, I remember imagining how sweet it would be to come back to the States toting a new Italian handbag: made in Italy, and purchased while living in Italy (you can’t get much more Italian than that). 1,056 more words


Artifact Spotlight: March 1866 Nominal Roll

QOR museum volunteer Alex Meyers recently graduated from the University of Western Ontario with a Master’s degree in Public History.  He has worked on the City of Toronto’s “Great War Attic” project, researched historical plaques for Heritage Toronto, served as a Curatorial Assistant at London’s Fanshaw Pioneer Village, and a Historical Interpreter at Toronto’s Pioneer Village. 1,170 more words