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After several recent decades of war and political upheaval, Colombia has emerged as a thriving country boasting a beat and energy all of its own.
The massive landscape of North America has fostered a diverse array of Indigenous communities, each with their own unique story.
While there are some similarities between Mexico’s Day of the Dead and Halloween, don’t let the skeletons fool you — Día de los Muertos has its own unique history and cultural traditions.
With the largest economy in Europe, Germany is one of the world’s top three exporters — making German a business language that’s tough to beat in terms of benefits, opportunity, and profitability.
What scares you? The answer to this question may depend on where you live and the culture in which you grew up!
The written word can convey new ideas, inspire movements, and amplify otherwise unheard voices. It is for these reasons, among others, that certain books have sparked passionate debates throughout history.
History, culture, family, tradition — no matter where you are from, cultures around the world set aside special days to observe, remember, and be thankful for the important things in life.
Emerging markets in Latin America, a trade partnership with Mexico, and a growing Spanish-speaking population makes Spanish one of the most lucrative business languages to learn.
Across continents and cultures one thing is pretty clear — humans love to throw food at each other. Discover some of the biggest food fights from around the world, starting with La Tomatina.
Aloha is the word used to say both ‘hello’ and ‘goodbye’ in Hawaiian, but it means much more than just a simple salutation — aloha is a way of life.
Learn to communicate in a global economy with our cross-cultural conference call series, starting with Mandarin Chinese — the language of one of the largest economies in the world.
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