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December 08, 2016
Doing Business Abroad? How to Overcome the Language Barrier

If you are a company looking to do business in a foreign market, finding a reliable agency to translate your…

December 06, 2016
How to Learn Slavic Languages when English Is Your Native

Slavic languages are beautiful. They sound melodic and soft, so it often seems as if these people are generous and…

December 02, 2016
7 Important Skills Every Translator Should Have

Being a translator isn’t just about how many qualifications you have or how many words you know in two, three,…

November 29, 2016
Studies Indicate That It’s Smarter to Use Medical Interpreters in Hospitals

Language barriers blocking the proper in-person communication of medical treatment and diagnoses at a U.S. hospital or clinic are a…

November 24, 2016
How to Localize Your Website the Right Way

If you’re sitting down to design your website, and you’re thinking about appealing to international clients, then you’ll need to…

November 23, 2016
The Rich History Behind The Thanksgiving Celebration

The first Thanksgiving that took place in what is now the United States was organized by the pilgrims of Plymouth…

November 18, 2016
The Potential and Benefits of Language Localization in India

India’s great diversity in languages has made it difficult for multinational businesses to penetrate the market. For a long time,…

November 16, 2016
6 Tips to Doing Business in the Middle East

Westerners considering doing business with people of the Middle East and North African (MENA) markets would do well to learn…

November 15, 2016
The Difficulties of Legal Translations Explained

Translating consists of a lot more than simply taking a text written in a language and converting the text to…

November 11, 2016
Multilingual Melania Trump is the New First Lady of the United States

In what seemed to be a sure-fire victory for the Democrats, Republican candidate Donald Trump made history by emerging as…

November 10, 2016
7 Tips on How to Select the Right Translation Agency

If you’ve previously hired a translation agency to do work for you, then you will know how hard it is…

November 09, 2016
A Passion for Languages Makes Translation Work Easier

The American Translators Association (ATA) has 522 registered members while PROZ.com has 59,179 in its database, which consists of language…

July 17, 2015
Dating a Translator? You Better be Aware of These 7 Details

If you think there’s nothing intimidating about translators, you seriously got it all wrong. We’re not even talking about individual…

June 29, 2015
The Minions’ language is a combination of French, Spanish, English… and food references

The lovable characters from “Despicable Me” are finally having their spin off movie. We’re all anxiously waiting for the premiere,…

December 10, 2015
7 Things Every Interpreter Hates

Breaking down cultural barriers, helping people understand each other globally and aiding the preservation of languages throughout the world is…

October 21, 2014
The Top Ten Sexiest Languages in the World

Well ladies and gentlemen, our poll to find the world’s sexiest language has finally come to a close. So what…

May 23, 2015
What are the Highest Paying Translation Languages in the World?

Are you interested in translation work? Are you thinking of becoming a certified translator soon? Becoming a successful translator can…

January 13, 2016
5 Reasons Why You Need a Human Translator

There’s no denying the merit of Computer Assisted Translation (CAT) tools for aiding human translators, or for giving you a…

June 13, 2016
Top Tips on How to Improve Your Resume (For Translators)

This is a guest blog post by Juan Pablo Sans, author at ‘Traducir Y Divertirse’  and CEO at Juan Pablo…

March 22, 2016
How Long Does it Take to Become a U.S. Citizen?

When you’ve been granted a U.S. green card, you have two options: you can renew it regularly or you apply…

June 12, 2013
Aussie English 101: A few “need to know” Aboriginal phrases

There are 80 Aboriginal languages in the Australian continent and Aussies regularly use over 400 words derived from them in…

September 11, 2015
4 Reasons to Learn American Sign Language (ASL) to Advance in Any Career

American Sign Language or ASL is now one of the most studied modern or foreign languages in different colleges and…

March 25, 2014
The Most Difficult Dances in the World – Shall we dance?

There are certain dances that have captured the attention of many people because of their level of difficulty. In fact,…

September 29, 2016
Why Humor Is The Hardest Thing To Translate

What is it that makes us laugh and why? We all need a bit of humor in our lives. But…

October 20, 2016
5 Free Presentation Tools to Impress Your Audience

When you are pitching a presentation to your boss or an important client, you want your graphics to look slick…

August 11, 2016
The Internet Evolved: What is the “Internet of Things”?

The Internet of Things (IoT) is the latest buzz-phrase to catch the world by storm. What exactly are these “things”…

June 24, 2016
Summer Camp Kids Will Travel to China this Summer

Local Non­Profit, ReDefiners, offers Mandarin Lessons to Summer Camp Participants ReDefiners World Languages, Inc. (RDWL) launched its all new Passport…

June 22, 2016
How to Speak Fluent British in Just One Day

You might think you speak English. You may hold a Harvard degree in English and be familiar with the Cambridge…

June 16, 2016
Petition: Worldwide Protection for Translators and Interpreters

In crisis situations involving people and nations with language differences, the role of interpreters and translators cannot be discounted. These…

October 29, 2015
European Migration Crisis: Helping Children Cope with Language Barrier

For ordinary immigrants, dealing with the language barrier problem is not easy. Communicating with people who speak a different language…

July 23, 2015
8 Untranslatable Spanish Words to Improve Your Social Interactions

When you learn a new language, you’ll notice that there are some specific words and phrases that can’t simply be…

July 10, 2015
11 Advantages of Learning a Different Language

In today’s interconnected and globalized world, knowing other languages and embracing different cultures is practically necessary. We interact with different…

July 02, 2015
The Language of Love: What to do when you don’t speak the same language as your lover

What to do when you and your lover don´t share the same native language. At this very moment, there are…

May 19, 2015
Making Sense of Body Language in the Courtroom

In the courts of law, the action does not only revolve around the hifalutin legalese and the charged statements of…

May 15, 2015
Different Perspectives on Body Language in the Courtroom

In a courtroom, everyone should be mindful of each other’s body language. Even mere spectators can benefit from the ability…

May 05, 2015
5 Essential Expressions You Must Learn in Any Foreign Language

If you’re going to travel to foreign places, you’ll have basic needs to communicate with people who use different languages….

November 23, 2016
The Rich History Behind The Thanksgiving Celebration

The first Thanksgiving that took place in what is now the United States was organized by the pilgrims of Plymouth…

November 16, 2016
6 Tips to Doing Business in the Middle East

Westerners considering doing business with people of the Middle East and North African (MENA) markets would do well to learn…

October 27, 2016
The History of Halloween and Costume Wearing

Halloween is a holiday with deep folk roots. It can be traced back to the Day of the Dead autumn…

October 17, 2016
6 Facts About Latin America You Should Know About

Latin America is a diverse, multicultural region that has plenty to offer its inhabitants and visitors alike. Rich in history,…

August 18, 2015
The Art and Romance of Paris

Known for being the most romantic city in the world and for its art, cuisine, culture, architecture, history and fashion,…

August 14, 2015
Seoul – Its Technological and K-ultural Dominance

The capital of South Korea, Seoul, officially known as Seoul Special City, is a rising global metropolis that has become…

August 11, 2015
Cusco – The Mystical City of the Incas

Cusco, the capital of the Peruvian department that bears the same name is home to more than 300,000 people. Tourism…

August 04, 2015
The Alluring Smiles of Bangkok, a City where Cultures Collide

Thais are known to be very warm hearted and friendly, and always have a ready smile on their faces, that…

July 31, 2015
The Surreal Beauty of Barcelona

Considered as a leading smart city in Europe and a major global city, Barcelona is a world leader in terms…

July 28, 2015
Buenos Aires, a City Tinged with European Flair

With a heritage deeply influenced by European roots, Buenos Aires has often been referred to as the “Paris of South…

July 23, 2015
Madrid – A Perfect Balance of Modernity, Royalty, and Historic Culture

Spain’s capital, Madrid, is not only the largest city, but it is also the cultural, economic, and political center of…

February 25, 2015
Black History Month – Recalling the Linguistic Contributions of African-Americans to American English

Black History Month is an annual celebration in the United States, which recalls the many contributions African-Americans made to American…

August 13, 2014
The History Behind Player Numbers on Sports Jerseys

In the history of sport, player numbers have always been present and as it turned out there is a history…

February 27, 2014
Ensuring Safe Travel Through Modern Air-Ground Communication

The communication between the pilot and air traffic controllers is very important. Traffic controllers provide pilots with signals if it…

February 24, 2014
Choosing an Official Language in Timor Leste

The issue of the official language used in Timor Leste (East Timor) is a hotly contested issue even until today….

February 17, 2014
Why Not Everyone Agrees on Celebrating Washington’s Day on 3rd Mondays of February

The 3rd Monday of February is a federal holiday to mark George Washington’s birthday. This day is celebrated in honor…

December 26, 2013
Why Penny Loafers are Called Penny Loafers

During the years that you were growing up until today, you might have gone through several pairs of leather shoes,…

December 18, 2013
Indus Valley Civilization: Its Wonders and Influences to the Modern World

Located in what is today known as the northeastern part of Afghanistan that stretches to Pakistan and northwestern part of…

November 07, 2013
Madagascar: Endemic Biodiversity Like Nowhere in the World

Let us explore Madagascar, an island country that sits in the Indian Ocean. The island is off Africa’s southeastern coast…

November 05, 2013
Holland Windmills: World Heritage Icons That Stood Through Time

  Why is Holland always associated with windmills? Why do windmills in the scenery background often symbolize Dutch landscape? Certainly,…

October 24, 2013
INDIA: Nourishing Back the Soil of Origin of Buddhism

History tells that Buddhism traces its roots to the northern part of India during the 5th century B.C.E. Siddhartha Gautama…

October 22, 2013
Egyptian Language from the Old to the New Age

The Egyptian language is the earliest known language in history. The most ancient written records show that they were written…

October 14, 2013
Happy Thanksgiving Day, Canada!

Canada celebrates Thanksgiving Day on the second Monday of October. It is a statutory holiday except in the Newfoundland and…

October 04, 2013
Yiddish Life Expectancy Extended with Recent Revival Efforts

Yiddish is not in any way a dead language. Millions still speak it, although the language does need a boost…

September 20, 2016
{Infographic} A Closer Look at India’s languages

“India is the cradle of the human race, the birthplace of human speech, the mother of history, the grandmother of…

July 28, 2016
[Infographic] How to Speak Fluent British in Just One Day

  Image credit: lightwise / 123RF

February 26, 2016
The Languages Spoken in the United States {Infographic}

There is a very interesting language fact in the United States. While (American) English is the dominant language spoken in…

February 11, 2016
20 Fascinating Facts About the Spanish Language [Infographic]

Spanish is one of the 5 romance languages and it is the second most spoken language in the world, next to…

March 04, 2015
Infographic – The Surge of Spanish Speakers in the US

The spread and importance of Spanish speakers in the US is perfectly illustrated by this infographic. Any social anthropologist worth…

June 11, 2014
Day Translations’ Infographics – Uruguay

While Luis Suárez, who underwent keyhole surgery on his knee last month, impressed observers at a training session yesterday, the…

June 11, 2014
Day Translations’ Infographics – USA

The United States could be forgiven for thinking an astrological alignment, or some other cosmic force, has influenced the course…

June 10, 2014
Day Translations’ Infographics – South Korea

We must admit that we did not identify any East Asian players in the Guardian’s list of the 100 greatest…

June 10, 2014
Day Translations’ Infographics – Switzerland

It only seems fair to focus upon Switzerland’s coach Ottmar Hitzfeld prior to Brasil 2014. With Switzerland since 2008, Hitzfeld…

June 09, 2014
Day Translations’ Infographics – Nigeria

Even though the team will struggle against the powerful Argentinians in Group F, the Nigerian Super Eagles was named by…

June 09, 2014
Day Translations’ Infographics – Portugal

The significance of playing in a Portuguese-speaking nation is not lost on Portugal’s captain Cristiano Ronaldo, who was named by…

June 09, 2014
Day Translations’ Infographics – Russia

The Guardian’s World Cup 2014 Expert’s Network consists of media organizations from the 32 competing nations that have been chosen…

November 29, 2016
Studies Indicate That It’s Smarter to Use Medical Interpreters in Hospitals

Language barriers blocking the proper in-person communication of medical treatment and diagnoses at a U.S. hospital or clinic are a…

November 01, 2016
Why You Need a Professional for Your Medical Interpretations

You might think that the above statement is fairly obvious and yet, many practices are quick to cut corners when…

October 24, 2014
Fun Things Sign Language Can Do that Spoken Languages Cannot

Did you know that sign language can express specific things that spoken languages cannot? Certain aspects of the deaf community…

August 19, 2014
Keep Calm and Just Interpret!

You might have recently seen numerous campaigns that start with the phrase “Keep Calm.” Though it is just a simple line, it carries…

August 07, 2014
How Translators and Interpreters Can Help in Solving a Crime

There are designated government officials and security personnel who are tasked to solve certain crimes. Though the government branch responsible…

July 30, 2014
How to Overcome Nervousness When Interpreting One-on-one

Interpreting is not an easy task and nervousness can creep in, but there are ways to overcome your it while…

July 01, 2014
Asking Questions in a Foreign Land: 5 Things You Need to Know

When it is your first time to visit a particular country, you might not find the places or things that…

June 19, 2014
Simultaneous Vs Consecutive Interpreting Services: Which one is the best for you?

Professional interpreting services can be provided in basically two different modes or types: consecutive or simultaneous. Understanding the differences between…

June 17, 2014
Sign Language Interpretation on TV: Let’s give the deaf a chance

Sign language interpretation on TV plays an important role. With their help, the deaf are able to understand the content of the…

June 16, 2014
Poetry Interpretation: Conveying the appropriate emotions

Poems are meant to be read aloud so that people can actually feel and understand the emotions behind them. Every…

May 16, 2014
Why are There Different Interpretations of the Bible?

The Holy Bible says a lot about the Christian faith. It contains everything that Christians need to live a life…

May 13, 2014
How to Maximize the Use of Medical Interpreters in the Health Care Sector

No one can deny the need for medical interpreters nowadays, not only in hospitals but also in health centers and medical…

September 13, 2016
How to Enter The United States Without a Visa

It’s possible to enter the United States without a visa if you’re privy to the Visa Waiver Program of the…

August 30, 2016
13 Things You Need to Know About Dating a Latino

Are you dating a Latino? You probably find the accent sexy, their sense of style appealing and the whole situation…

December 24, 2015
Say, What Does Christmas Mean to You?

Christmas is again upon us and people around the world are busy with their preparations for their own version of…

December 22, 2015
How to Set New Year’s Resolutions That You’ll Actually Keep

With 2015 coming to a close, the promise of a brand new year beckons. A fresh page, a new start;…

December 10, 2015
7 Things Every Interpreter Hates

Breaking down cultural barriers, helping people understand each other globally and aiding the preservation of languages throughout the world is…

December 08, 2015
9 importantes ventajas de estudiar en Estados Unidos

Estás considerando cursar tus estudios universitarios en Estados Unidos? Estudiar en el extranjero es un gran paso, ya que es…

November 19, 2015
Saliendo Con Un Traductor: Las 11 Quejas más Comunes

Hace un tiempo, una colega escritora de Day Translations publicó un artículo muy interesante acerca de las particularidades de salir…

November 02, 2015
5 Time Management Tips That Just Don’t Work.. and What to do Instead

Time management is a very hot topic these days. With our many roles and responsibilities, our to-do lists get longer…

October 09, 2015
Always go to Lunch Break, it’s Favorable to Your Health and Productivity

A couple of days ago, I saw a question in one of my Facebook groups, that quickly caught my attention….

September 28, 2015
How to Rethink Your Tasks and Be More Productive

As a busy professional, one of your daily struggles is probably to get the best out of your time. Being…

September 18, 2015
5 Tips for Modern Moms to Balance Family and Work

Modern mothers today usually perform juggling acts just to balance family and work. They should be lauded for this simple…

September 16, 2015
Learn to Set Priorities By Using These 5 Tips and Get Things Actually DONE!

“Setting priorities” is a skill that helps you advance in any career. When you master it, you can easily reach…

December 06, 2016
How to Learn Slavic Languages when English Is Your Native

Slavic languages are beautiful. They sound melodic and soft, so it often seems as if these people are generous and…

November 08, 2016
Why You Should Learn Brazilian Portuguese

We’re living in a world where everything is global. I mean, because of globalization, every topic of discussion, every issue…

November 03, 2016
10 Fun Facts About The Spanish Language

If you’re currently learning Spanish, a language that is spoken in many countries in the Western Hemisphere and Spain, reading…

October 25, 2016
The 5 Biggest Challenges to Learning a Language

It takes a lot of guts, curiosity, time and effort to learn a language as an adult. So, if you…

October 12, 2016
Linguists Predict the Loss of “TH” Sound by 2066

The <th> sound, which is very prominent in British English, is poised to be lost by 2066 due to multiculturalism….

September 21, 2016
Why Your Child Should Study At Least 2 Languages Before College

You’re probably thinking, ‘one is more than enough.’ But if you can convince your child to go the extra mile,…

September 15, 2016
A Closer Look at India’s Languages

“India is the cradle of the human race, the birthplace of human speech, the mother of history, the grandmother of…

September 08, 2016
Should Spanish be an Official Second Language of the U.S.?

The ongoing debate about illegal immigrants and immigration reform in the U. S. has sourced many interesting questions over recent…

August 17, 2016
The Digital World and the Rise of the New Kind of Language

If you’re sitting beside an Arab person in a Middle Eastern Internet café, to your surprise, despite not knowing any…

July 25, 2016
Useful Words and Phrases to Know in a Chinese Business Setting

This is a guest post by Jan Skarstein  from www.livethelanguage.cn China with her large economy, huge manufacturing sector, and growing…

July 21, 2016
4 Unlikely Types of Media Great for Language Learning

This is a guest post by Jesse Reyes at SpanishHackers.coms My first foray into foreign languages was learning Spanish. When…

July 08, 2016
7 Brand-New Reasons You Need to Learn a Language

Teddy Roosevelt said in 1907: “We have room for but one language in this country, and that is the English…

December 14, 2015
The Role a Paralegal Plays in the Attorney’s Office and in the Courtroom

There are many office assistants that only do one type of work. This is not the case with a paralegal…

June 24, 2015
Top 10 Multilingual Celebrities – The Impressive Linguistic Talents of Famous Personalities

Get Inspired With These Famous Polyglots. Speaking multiple languages can be a very attractive feature. Not like these world famous…

June 13, 2015
Sir Christopher Lee, This Legendary Multilingual Actor’s Legacy Lives on

Sir Christopher Frank Carandini Lee, an English actor, author, and singer is known best for his roles as Count Dracula…

January 20, 2015
The Legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr.

Martin Luther King, Jr. was an African-American minister, a civil rights activist, and a supporter and advocate of non-violent protests….

January 18, 2015
The Languages of Pope Francis

Although Pope Francis is a learned man in the field of language and culture, it is quite understandable for one…

December 19, 2014
Your Spoken Language Affects the Things You See

A data scientist from Taiwan put together an experiment to test the theory that a person’s spoken language affects that way…

May 29, 2014
Maya Angelou: The Global Impact of a Literary Treasure

“I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget…

February 05, 2014
Sentinelese: The Tribe That Has Remained Isolated for 60,000 Years

It is interesting to note that despite the age and time, there are still people who refuse contact with the…

December 07, 2013
Pantone Announces Radiant Orchid as 2014 Color of the Year

Many lovers of the pink and purple shades will be happy to know that the color of the year 2014…

December 04, 2013
Family Federation for World Peace and Unification: Where are the Moonies?

Sometime in 1954, a religious leader in South Korea named Sun Myung Moon founded the Holy Spirit Association for the…

December 04, 2013
Modified Versions of Western Games Produced for Arab Nations

Arabs have a highly distinct set of culture. This could perhaps be attributed to the religious factor, Saudi Arabia being…

November 29, 2013
Thanksgiving and Hanukkah Cross Paths After 125 Years

Many Americans have been focusing on Thanksgiving held this Thursday but not everyone was perhaps aware that the Jewish Hanukkah…

December 30, 2015
Some of the Many Things to be Thankful for in 2015 as We Welcome 2016

In just a few hours, 2015 will be gone and a new year will be ushered in. Despite the ups…

December 08, 2015
Celebrating HANUKKAH, the Jewish Festival of Lights

Hanukkah or Chanukah, the Jewish Festival of Lights started at sundown on December 6 and will end on the evening…

November 25, 2015
Celebrations and Destinations for Thanksgiving Weekend

It’s almost Thanksgiving and if you’re tired of the usual rote, why not spend Thanksgiving weekend traveling to some other…

July 04, 2015
11 Interesting Facts about Independence Day

Test your knowledge with these curious and not so well known facts around Independence Day. Today, Americans in the United…

June 25, 2015
6 Skills Every Successful (Freelance) Translator Must Have

There are many benefits to being a freelance translator. As you own your working hours, your income depends on how…

April 06, 2015
Easter Celebrations Around the World

There are two events in the Christian calendar that are significantly important. The first one is Christmas, which celebrates the…

February 13, 2015
5 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Valentine’s Day

February 14, it’s that time of the year when couples begin booking fancy restaurants and going on romantic getaways and…

December 25, 2014
Let’s Not Forget the True Meaning of Christmas

A little bit of history… Christmas is an occasion many people around the world celebrate, but with all the preparations…

July 07, 2014
Unbelievable Rituals Still Practiced Around the World

A country’s customs and traditions define who its people are. Their beliefs and their rituals are what identify and unite…

July 04, 2014
Happy Independence Day, America!

America observes the 238th Independence Day celebration this Friday, July 4. And most Americans are looking forward to another long…

April 29, 2014
Walpurgisnacht: Celebrating the Night of Witches in Europe

In certain parts of Europe, the Halloween season comes earlier than most other countries. This is because they celebrate “Walpurgisnacht”…

April 18, 2014
Interesting Easter Sunday Traditions from Around the World

For some people, Easter Sunday celebrations might just be the same each year. It starts with the entire family going…

December 08, 2016
Doing Business Abroad? How to Overcome the Language Barrier

If you are a company looking to do business in a foreign market, finding a reliable agency to translate your…

December 02, 2016
7 Important Skills Every Translator Should Have

Being a translator isn’t just about how many qualifications you have or how many words you know in two, three,…

November 15, 2016
The Difficulties of Legal Translations Explained

Translating consists of a lot more than simply taking a text written in a language and converting the text to…

November 10, 2016
7 Tips on How to Select the Right Translation Agency

If you’ve previously hired a translation agency to do work for you, then you will know how hard it is…

November 09, 2016
A Passion for Languages Makes Translation Work Easier

The American Translators Association (ATA) has 522 registered members while PROZ.com has 59,179 in its database, which consists of language…

October 05, 2016
Translators and Interpreters: Touching Life’s Many Aspects

There are still so many people who don’t understand what a translator or interpreter does. It is a sad fact…

October 04, 2016
How Important is National Culture in Literary Translation?

Every five years there is a high-profile contemporary art exhibition in Kassel. Thousands have been asked what the name of…

September 29, 2016
Humans vs. Machines in Translation

Many innovations involving machine translation have popped up on the scene of late. On the market today, you’ll find pens…

September 29, 2016
5 Cool Writing Apps to Perfect Your Translations

If you earn a living as a translator, then you’re probably used to writing large quantities of text. Writing. Rewriting….

September 29, 2016
Why Humor Is The Hardest Thing To Translate

What is it that makes us laugh and why? We all need a bit of humor in our lives. But…

September 23, 2016
What is Back Translation and Why is it Necessary?

Generally, translation work involves the transfer of written text from the source language to its equivalent in the target language….

September 22, 2016
Two Free Tools That Will Help You Boost Your Productivity

Tool #1: Momentum (Chrome extension) A year ago, I got this life-changer advice to avoid procrastination: write your main goal…

August 09, 2016
10 Olympic Facts That Need to Be Shared

The 31st Olympic Games are off to a flying start in Rio despite the roaring protests. The greatest show on…

September 29, 2015
5 Types of Sites that Greatly Benefit from Content Localization

There are sites that serve their purpose better when they have localized versions. They tend to reach more audiences with…

August 25, 2015
Top Paralegal Schools in the United States

The job outlook for paralegals in the United States is rosy and while there are 913 universities and colleges across…

June 19, 2015
10 Tips for Doing Business in Tokyo

In Tokyo, and anywhere else in Japan, you must be aware of cultural differences before doing business. The Japanese put…

June 03, 2015
Specialized Translation Services – A $30 Billion Dollar Industry

In April 2011, shoemaker Christian Louboutin sued the fashion house, Yves Saint-Laurent (YSL). The lawsuit was about a particular feature…

February 11, 2015
Know the World’s Five Most Multilingual Countries

The spread of language across distances and borders may be attributed to the vast expansion of colonialism, a great movement…

July 17, 2014
The United States – One of the Most Desired Countries for Migrants

The United States still remains as one of the most desired countries for migrants. Many people still view the U.S….

June 12, 2014
Economic Merging of ASEAN: Will language be a problem?

The ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) 2015 is already underway. In less than a year, ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nationa)…

June 01, 2014
Celebrating Children’s Day Across the World

As the cliché goes, the children are the hope of our nation. Thus, it is fitting to save a day…

March 12, 2014
Unique Engagement Rituals from Around the World

Engagement is an important part of various cultures. This is where the soon to be wedded couples publicly declare their…

January 09, 2014
A Smile: Connecting the World Through a Universal Language

It is said that a smile is contagious. When you see someone smiling, your natural response is to smile back….

December 12, 2013
Because Internet: The Web Can Be Bad for Language

The Internet is a seemingly infinite wealth of knowledge. The amount of information it can provide far exceeds the capacity…