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Five types of foreigner you'll meet in Japan

Japan attracts all kinds of people from all over the world. Some come to work, others come to play, and thanks to its relatively low crime levels, high standard of living and abundance of delicious food, Japan is a very easy place to call home for a while.  1,382 more words


They are human.

I’ve started writing this blog many times, and quite frankly I’m finding it hard to type anything that can cover the utter horror of the situation that the world is looking at right now. 897 more words

Post 103: A Good Soaking

Do you ever wonder what Craigslist is like in other countries? We get a nice peek at Canada thanks to Ninja Chow and Lou Stool, but what about England? 222 more words

Collector's Item

Abantu bokufika nengcindezi kuleli..

Ningangizwa kabi. Angivumelani neXenophobia noma ukucwaswa kwabantu bokufika , kodwa ngithi mangiphawule ngesibalo sabantu bokufika esiya ngokunyuka ezweni lakithi kanje nezingqinamba ezidaleka ngenxa yalokho.

Kukwankunz’edlemini la emzansi. 290 more words


The hardest thing about living alone, miles away from your family is the constant longing. So when someone finally comes over you realize how much of ‘home’ you actually miss & then it becomes your hardest goodbyes… bc that familiarity disintegrates, the little of ‘home’ you finally had to yourself leaves & then you forced to return to your life in reality. 166 more words

Goodbyes, Waling Away, Life Goes On

Uncle’s kind act in Singapore Train

Just Google “Singapore Uncle in Train” and you will realise that the top posts are mostly of uncles fighting or shouting at each other over reserved seats or other trival matters such as staring incidents. 313 more words

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