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10 things you need to know about St. Patrick’s Day

On March 17, everyone’s a little Irish. Even though St. Patrick’s Day is only a public holiday in a handful of places ...

Is “flow” the secret to happiness?

Can you think of a time when you’ve been so engrossed doing something that everything else melted away? You didn’t che...

12 expressions about spring from around the world

This time of year soaks us with new beginnings, bird songs and chocolate bunnies. The Germans have named it “Frühlings...

6 Valentine’s traditions from around the world that we love

Ah, romance. Nothing gets the heart fluttering like candlelight, flowers and the sound of sweet nothings. We love it s...

5 things to know about working life in London

It’s no surprise that many people (especially students) want to work in London. The British capital is not only a hub ...

10 reasons to love Auckland

A nature-first city packed with beaches, harbors, islands, and 48 dormant volcanoes? It could only be Auckland. Long ...

10 things you should know before moving to Seoul

Whether you’re drawn in by technology, culture, or by a desire to learn the language, you’ll not be the first expat wh...

How to help a student with homesickness: 7 tips for host families

The key to a student having a fantastic, enriching study-abroad experience is embracing all the new experiences and th...

50 unbelievable facts about the world

Have you ever sat around the table with friends or family, enjoying a perfectly acceptable lunch or dinner, and listen...

10 hidden gems in Honolulu

On the island of O’ahu, AKA ‘The Gathering Place’, Honolulu has long drawn international visitors with promises of sun...

10 reasons to love Eastbourne

One of England’s most popular coastal towns, Eastbourne is up there with the likes of Brighton and Bournemouth when it...

How to celebrate Christmas in the Southern Hemisphere (and why everyone should experience it once)

Far from snuggling up in warm winter jackets, come December the Southern Hemisphere’s residents are down to their shor...