of pidgins, customs and bras (via Learn.Make.Think.)

Check out Jana’s reflection of Korean office politics, bra shopping across borders, and other pesky little differences that arise when we live outside our home culture.

What comes to your mind when people mention living abroad? Culture shock, creepy-looking food, funny-sounding language, brow-raising traditions? Well, I agree. Quite often, living in a foreign land is all that, and then some. But  if you're lucky enough, living far away from home makes it possible to return with stories like this one: Jordan read somewhere that in Korea, it's customary to bring little gifts to the office's administration staff, s … Read More

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