Hello Guys Thanks for following me😊 This is an actual photo and events in my life in Doha as an Expat working in Doha was fun, exciting, hard and interesting might not heard alot of Doha before but now it is famous due to the Fifa 2020😊more happening and update for you guys😉 God Bless you all and enjoy every moment of your life as this will happen only once and you can’t repeat the same moment in your life😊😍 #Lifeasanxpat#Doha#Dohalife#Thankful#Grateful#Loved#motivated#expat#RealityofLife
Jizoin is a small little hidden-gem of a temple located in Kyoto. As we were making the long walk to another temple that I love, we passed a small bamboo forest. I joked about hopping the fence to the bamboo forest when we realized there was no need! This little bamboo temple was situated right there, and it was perfect! It’s actually known as the bamboo temple or take-no-terra 竹の寺, and it was originally built in 1367!
They don’t allow cameras in the actual temple or temple garden, but I promise it is worth the visit!
Sorry I've been so quiet lately. Life has gotten crazy! We're leaving London this weekend, returning to the States for Christmas, and then moving to Beijing in January.
Treating myself in these last few days. Looking forward to trying this Liquid Caramel Peanut Butter Mousse Cake.
This week in our Meet the Provider series, meet Camilla Lai. Camilla combines deep knowledge of the traditional Italian legal system with international professionalism and American practicality. Camilla Lai worked as an international lawyer, a diplomat, a jurist, an academic, a researcher, a business manager and a communications specialist while working and living in Europe, the Middle East, the Caribbean and the United States.
In Rome Ms. Lai learned her craft working closely with senior attorneys and notaries, while in New York and at the United Nations she mastered a multi-cultured approach, international expertise and efficiency. In Beirut and Amman, she advised the Ministries of Justice on a re-draft of juvenile justice legislation to conform with international standards on human rights.
The Law Offices of Camilla Lai is based in Rome with working partnerships in New York City and Dubai, as well as established relationships with taxation experts and public notaries in Italy. Those who worked with her say she “embraces new challenges with enthusiasm, flexibility and energy”.
Camilla Lai is a licensed Attorney with the Italian (n. A39865) and Spanish (C. 87765) Bar Associations and a Mediator with the Italian Ministry of Justice. To schedule an appointment click the link in bio ⬆️
"I poop in the milk" doesn't mean what you'd think it would in #Spain . In this An American in Spain video you'll learn 6 #phrases you won't find in your textbooks that are likely to impress a native #Spanish speaker in Spain. Stay tuned for 9 more phrases in Part 2.
Always on the hunt for new exotic ice cream flavors and this one is the borrachita (means “little drunk lady” as you can produce alcohol with it when the fruit is ripen and fermented) - that’s a typical fruit from Guanajuato state & tastes actually very good
#Lakeshoreph is at the forefront of reshaping the modern Filipino family with new and exciting developments like the #floatingcinema and the worlds first livable #foodpark .
All coming soon!
Click the link in the bio for more info.
12 more days before Christmas! Here at #LotusatJooChiat community spirit is high. They always make sure that special occasions such as this get celebrated with their friendly neighbors---who also became families--- here in Singapore.
Hola! I am Kelly (@inforbeshoes )
I have just landed in Chile, my fifth country and counting! I believe nothing can beat the experiences and opportunities that come from living abroad. Much of who we are, our values and belief system are entirely based on where/how/with who we grow up. Expanding on this by continuing to grow and live in new worlds, allows us to expand our life. This allows us to think differently. To fit in but not fit anywhere. To stand out. To create a new self.
Of course, as with all good things in life it comes with a price. Those who have been through this path, know of the many challenges that come with this, living away from loved ones, having to adapt to a new culture, language barriers, career changes. But hear me out, it is worth it. The amazing people you will meet, the new opportunities you will have and the new skies to look at while you dream are priceless. In all truth, the biggest achievements in life cannot be reached if we are not willing to leave our comfort zone.
I think one of the biggest realisations I had from living abroad and travelling is that in the end we are all the same. We may speak different languages, have different values or goals, but we are really all humans looking for one thing in common, love. We all want to change the world in a way, this may be from just making our children life’s better or climbing a big corporate ladder, whatever that it is for you, I hope you find it, but before you do, you may realise that much of this involves changing yourself, and what better way to do that than through the experience of a new place.
I want to change the world. I hope you do too. #unitedinwomanhood
I’m enjoying the warmth and coziness of my apartment with many candles, mood lighting, soft blankets, great art projects, movies and sips from my cup of glogg, but even during those moments I find myself dreaming of summer and the great outdoors with my partner. That’s why I love allemansrätt, freedom to roam.
It’s entirely different living in Sweden where the respect, curiosity, and life of nature is a given. I found that Swedes have a healthy relationship with the outside that is really endearing and makes feel just fortunate to be here immersed with likeminded individuals. Here are a set of photos of different execrations where we went mushroom hunting (then made a pizza) and another time we had a crawfish party at a friend’s summer home or when we camping & cooled off swimming in the recent 34C summer. Love the West coast of Gothenburg and what it has to offer! What do you always look forward to when the summer comes?
I dream of summer, do you? @essente 🇸🇪🇺🇸🇵🇷 @lindsaybmakes
L’Europe interdira prochainement l’utilisation gratuite des morceaux de musique… 🎼🎵🎶
Car, si la réutilisation, par les compositeurs, de motifs d’œuvres antérieures est probablement aussi vieille que la musique elle-même, le sampling est un phénomène nouveau, rendu possible par les procédés modernes d’enregistrement et de modification des sons, tout d’abord analogiques puis, actuellement, numériques et qui consiste à prélever des extraits (samples ou échantillons) d’un phonogramme afin de les utiliser comme éléments d’une nouvelle composition dans un autre phonogramme. Le sampling est particulièrement important pour les musiques hip-hop et rap, apparues dans les années 1970. Cette musique trouve sa source dans la pratique des disc jockeys qui enchaînaient, modifiaient et mixaient des sons tirés de titres musicaux enregistrés sur des disques vinyle. De cette pratique résultaient de véritables compositions propres dérivées.
En d’autres mots, le sampling constitue un véritable enjeu juridique, notamment à partir du moment où il est entré dans le mainstream pour devenir une source de revenus non négligeables pour ses auteurs, ses exécutants et ses producteurs. La difficulté dans l’appréciation juridique de ce phénomène résulte du fait qu’il s’agit ici non pas d’une relation d’œuvre à œuvre, classique en droit d’auteur, mais de phonogramme, produit commercial, à œuvre, création artistique. À lire notre article sur : www.facebook.com/cabinetlegoff/posts/366036893968478 #cabinetlegoff#cabinetdavocats#lawyer#juridique#legalservices#droitespagnol#droiteuropéen#justice#europe#droitdauteur#patent#copyright#loi#intellectualproperty#musique#sampling#sampleur#dj#discjockey#rap#hiphop#mainstream#expat#businessinspain#marketing#communication#unjourundessin#ledroitenbd#courrierinternational#ufemonde
How about having a different (conscious) Christmas with less waste and better sustainable materials this year? 💫♻️🌱
Our article on how to have an eco-friendly Christmas in Geneva is online! 🎄🎄❣️Link in bio
Today i'm grateful for talent and dedication. Especially in those of us who are not affraid to pack up the bags and start a new life in a new, unknown country.
It's so hard getting your hair done here in #Shenyang if you're a blond. Chinese hairdressers have no clue how to work with western hair and will always(done it couple of times now) seriously damage it. I've been grey, pink, green, orange in a space of about six weeks. And i only asked for #highlights 😂. In the past three years that we've been here i always had my hair done when i was out of the country-Moscow, Munich, Singapore, Saigon, Manchester. I almost travelled to Beijing once just to have my hair done but the appointment got cancelled.
I'm thrilled to have found this gem of a russian stylist, Vi To aka Vitaly, who not only has superb experience but also love and passion for his trade.
I mean, can i just take a minute here to praise my freshly coloured hair, please! 👏
I'll just add that i'm also grateful for my seriously gorge #blond hair today 😉
We still get tripped out by the fact that we live in the rainforest. There are so many fruit trees and plants to discover here. So far, we have found oranges, coffee, bananas, plantains, pineapples, guava, taro, breadfruit & papaya. Most of them are entangled in vines so we'll have to clear them to get to them.
We are officially homeowners! The first night in our home was surreal. It all happened so quickly yet smootly. We definitely have our work cut out for us but we're looking forward to making this land our homestead paradise.