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Surviving a Long-Haul Flight – An Olympic Coach’s Tips

A 12-hour flight can make you feel like you’ve gone 12 rounds with a mixed martial artist. That’s a problem if you’re anxious to hit the slopes or the waves on your adventure holiday. So we asked 3-time Olympic volleyball coach Gary Sato for his tips on how elite athletes survive a long-haul flight. As

U.S. Universities Fear Losing International Students

Students from abroad have become a rich revenue source for many state colleges and their towns. What happens if the Trump administration’s anti-immigration sentiment and policies drive them away? BY ALAN GREENBLATT | MAY 2017 The University of Illinois has one of the nation’s largest populations of foreign students, with more than 5,000 from China

Thailand: The Land of Smiles Look north to Burma and Laos. East to Cambodia, and south to Malaysia. To the southeast you’ll find Vietnam, and southwest, Indonesia and India. Thailand is certainly not lacking for interesting company, and is itself in no shortage of remarkable people, history, and culture. In Good Company Thailand is the

Expat’s Q & A’s of Being an English Teacher

With China’s seemingly insatiable demand to learn English, it’s no small wonder that so many expats come here looking for work as ESL teachers. While many of us are able to find teaching positions that bring in a decent wage, allowing us to live a comfortable lifestyle and learn a bit about the local culture,

Breaking Your Contract in China: New Consequences for Pulling a “Midnight Run”

Anyone who has lived in China, especially those in the ESL field, might recognize this scenario: You show up to work ready to start the day but notice your boss in a frenzy, frantically dialing digits on the phone hoping to get a response from your co-worker who just so happens did not show up

Partying in Pyongyang North Korea: New Year’s Eve 2016/2017

I’ve spent December 31st in Tokyo mega clubs, Laos jungles and the Australian bush, but nothing compares to spending New Years Eve surrounded by thousands of Koreans watching the fireworks over the Taedong River as my new favourite new years anthem, “May Snow Fall On New Years Day”, blares over the speakers in Kim Il Sung

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