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Why Novak and Serena Are Australian Open Winners, But Also Losers…

February 4, 2015 |

The weekend’s climax to the Australian Open saw victories for two players that had looked down and out during periods of their finals.

Despite visibly battling a virus, Serena Williams powered through impressively to beat Maria Sharapova in straight sets; … Read More

New Year New Home?

January 14, 2015 |

That’s another Christmas done and dusted. Your weight in turkey eaten; presents bought, wrapped, unwrapped (and in some cases taken back to the shops); dodgy Christmas TV watched. Ever think you’d like to do it differently one year? Maybe this … Read More

Things to Consider Before Job Hunting Abroad

January 12, 2015 |

Working overseas tends to be an attractive prospect for many jobseekers (especially if that thought coincides with a rainy day in England). You might have worked at overseas locations as part of your UK-based job and got a taste for … Read More

A List of Financial Terms for Every Expat

January 6, 2015 |

The more globalized the world has become, the more important it is for expatriates to have a basic understanding of international financial issues. The special considerations expats should take into account can help expatriates avoid scams, lose money, or avoid … Read More

Spending Christmas Abroad?

December 19, 2014 |

With just a few weeks to go until Christmas, preparations are well underway. Finishing off the Christmas shopping (or if you’re me, only just thinking about starting), putting up the tree, watching mindless but oh-so-satisfying films on the TV, getting … Read More

Letters from the Atlantic: The Non-Designer Christmas Tree

December 17, 2014 |

We are often told that “design is everything” and it is certainly true that if a product is appealing to the eye, functional and works as intended, sales may react accordingly. Black Friday, Cyber Monday and all the other pre-Christmas … Read More

Not Happy With Your Life? Change it!

December 15, 2014 |

The wind and rain rattled the warped windows of the old pub making the weather forecast hard to hear. “Good news” the forecaster said optimistically, “there’s going to be less rain than yesterday.”

I thought of my sparkling, … Read More

Love was my Catalyst for Teaching Internationally

December 12, 2014 |

Ian Robertson is a Mathematics teacher from Glasgow, Scotland. He has just started his second year of teaching at Harrow International School in Beijing.

Here Ian talks about his experiences teaching internationally and what led him to Beijing:

“I’d often … Read More

Drinking Foggy Water

December 10, 2014 |

I have always been a little cynical about the value of bottled water. It always irritates me when a waiter tries to palm me off with an expensive bottle of ‘French Mountain Spring’ water, when there are perfectly good … Read More

Migration Agent Cancelled Over Fees from PNG miners

December 8, 2014 |

Migration agents are being warned to act lawfully following the cancellation of the registration of a migration agent who refused to refund the fees of sacked foreign miners working in Western Australia, Assistant Minister for Immigration and Border Protection, Senator … Read More