Richmond goes all out with Christmas lights. Someone compiles the most extravagant displays online as the Tacky Light Tour . Those who deck their lawns like this willingly submit their homes to tour buses of twenty-somethings who have had a little too much to drink and caravans of young families. 206 more words
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I’m writing to exorcise a demon before I go to bed tonight. Not a literal demon of course. What I mean is I feel the need to make a confession before I can sleep. 746 more words
Good news, at last !!!
” Japan and the European Union wrapped up negotiations Friday (Decembre 8, 2017) on a far-reaching economic partnership agreement that would encompass about 40% of the value of global trade. 171 more words
I have been feeling quite ambivalent lately about the value of my experience gained working overseas. I get the feeling that perhaps Australia is lagging a little behind in appreciating the value of an employee’s exposure to other cultures, work environments and challenges. 261 more words
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We talk a lot about cultural differences; identifying them, observing them, trying to work around them. Trying to discover common ground and to use these as a basis for a working relationship can often be a more positive approach in a cross-cultural environment.