📍Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia.🇲🇾
This short trip was from Singapore to Kuala Lumpur by car.
Singapore is small, so it's quite difficult to drive in Singapore.
I miss Japan for a while. ・
The heliport I got recommended by MP was very nice, drinking with a heliport, dinner at the Kuala Lumpur Tower then we went to whisky bar.
It had fun, all in all good plan in KL.
Thx a lot.🖤
Cusco is famous for an art form of their very own. Known as "Escuela Cusqueña", the Spanish colonists taught the Andean locals about their own religion with the use of art. The Andean local masters were coerced to create these art pieces to share the religion with their own people. However, these artists included representations of their own gods in these paintings as well. How would they do so?
If you are interested in checking out more of the art in person, you should study abroad in Peru! Visit Cusco.AthenaAbroad.com for more info on how to do so.
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What a start to our in-person fairs! Thank you to the world of international school recruiters and job-seeking candidates who came to Atlanta last weekend, ready to find their perfect match. Relive the energy of interview sign-up, networking, and job placement celebration! Read even more about this ISS-Schrole Advantage event.⠀
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[EN] #BEbilingual . We always hear from the students that learning a little bit of Portuguese can make a huge difference in a cultural exchange experience in Brazil.
If you practice before coming to Brazil or if you work hard to learn while you are here, what matters is being open to this new language! Asking about the local language can be an amazing conversation starter. In the big cities is more common to find people who are able to speak English or a bit of Spanish but in small cities or in the countryside generally, only a few people are able to speak other languages. If you’re planning to come to Brazil, it’s worth to put some time and effort to learn some key sentences and words in Portuguese. English might help you to find a bathroom or order a meal but to form real connections Portuguese can be a key factor. Plus it is awesome to have an idea of what’s being said around you in a foreign country!
[PT] Sempre ouvimos dos estudantes que aprender um pouco de português pode fazer uma grande diferença em uma experiência de intercâmbio cultural no Brasil.
Se você decidir praticar antes de vir para o Brasil ou se prefere trabalhar duro para aprender enquanto está aqui, o que importa é estar aberto a esta nova língua!
Perguntar sobre o idioma local pode ser um tópico de conversa incrível. Nas grandes cidades é mais comum encontrar pessoas capazes de falar inglês ou um pouco de espanhol, mas em cidades pequenas ou no interior do país em geral, apenas algumas pessoas são capazes de falar outras línguas. Se você planeja vir ao Brasil, vale a pena dedicar algum tempo e esforço para aprender algumas frases e palavras-chave em português. O inglês pode ajudá-lo a encontrar um banheiro ou pedir uma refeição, mas para formar conexões reais, o português pode ser diferença. Além disso, é incrível ter uma ideia do que está sendo dito ao seu redor em um país estrangeiro!
Memang benar jika setiap orang sudah memiliki kemampuan berkomunikasi sejak kecil, namun mengapa masih banyak orang yang tidak percaya diri, masih merasa gugup berlebihan, bahkan tidak memiliki keberanian untuk sekedar mengutarakan pendapat ketika berada di dalam sebuah forum diskusi. Kenapa?
Karena berkomunikasi (Public Speaking) yang baik harus didasari dengan ilmu-ilmu dan teknik cara berkomunikasi yang benar. .
Mau menjadi Millenials yang berani tampil percaya diri? .
Yuk ikut kelas online "ANDZELA PUBLIC SPEAKING & PERSONALITY COACHING" .
Di kelas ini kamu bakal belajar caranya meningkatkan percaya diri dalam publik speaking, mengatasi rasa gugup yang berlebihan, cara memilih bahasa yang baik untuk digunakan saat tampil, tips menarik perhatian audiens, cara menggunakan body language, serta tips menarik dalam style berpakaian pada setiap moment.
Kelas akan dibuka dalam dua pilihan kategori:
1. Kelas Bahasa Indonesia
2. Kelas Bahasa Inggris *dengan kuota 10 orang per kelas .
Benefit yang akan kamu dapatkan:
*Konsultasi Gratis di Awal Sesi Sebelum Kelas Dimulai
* 5 Kali Kelas Online
*Konsultasi Pasca Kelas GRATIS
*Sertifikat Coaching .
Kelas akan di coaching oleh "Maya Andzela" (Penerima 6 Beasiswa Dalam dan Luar Negeri, Penyelenggara Event dalam dan Luar Negeri, Lulusan Terbaik Berprestasi) .
Yukk segera daftarkan dirimu, karna kuota per kelasnya hanya untuk 10 orang pertama looo.
Cara daftarnya gampang kok!
1. Registrasi online melalui bit.ly/RegistrasiAPRO1 (Pastikan kamu sudah melakukan pembayaran registrasi)
2. Menunggu SMS konfirmasi dari narahubung.
3. Siap mengikuti coaching online.
Masa depan ada ditanganmu! "If you can speak, you can influence. If you can influence, you can change lives"
Differences in culture, customs and social behaviors can profoundly influence healthcare delivery systems. It is this uniqueness in a people’s way of life and delivery of healthcare that International Medical Aid’s interns are exposed to daily during their healthcare placements.
Elsa Ross shares her experiences and the lessons learned while interacting with a different culture and healthcare system during her Pre-Medicine Internship.
IMA has provided me with an experience that will stay with me for a lifetime. In the last three weeks, I have met physicians and hospital staff that have taken their time to teach me and my peers. In the US, it is incredibly difficult to obtain clinical exposure and experience, but the doctors and staff at CPGH welcome you with open arms and truly want you learn from their lessons. Although Kenya is a third world country and lacking proper medical resources, there is so much modern medicine in the states and abroad can learn from their practices.
Apart from the hospital, the living conditions and IMA staff were wonderful. They care about each intern and strive to make their experience as perfect as possible. The food cooked by Wilson and Paul was amazing.The drivers and security were always so nice and managed to make me feel safe, whether we were at the villas or exploring the sites around Mombasa. Bella and Phares were always there for me and the other interns, making our stay the best it could possibly be. Some of my favorite memories that I will take back with me were the community outreach clinics...Educating children on proper hygiene is so important, and I’m glad IMA encouraged us to get involved in the community outside the hospital.
This program has introduced me to a myriad of people and taught me so much. I am beyond grateful for the experience this program has given me, and I encourage anyone seeking valuable medical experience to consider IMA.
Interested in shadowing healthcare professionals, while experiencing a new culture, learning more about diverse healthcare systems and advancing your cultural competency? Applications for Summer 2019 are rolling!
6 weeks after graduating UW-Madison I was off to teach English to Polish highschool students in a small village in Southern Poland (I didn’t know where Poland was located, I didn’t speak one word of Polish, I am not of Polish decent but I had #goals and I am #stubborn ) there was no hot water; No Diet Coke, 2 channels that had English subtitles; no internet; no cellphones; it got dark at 3pm for many months; I was the only English speaking person in my town; I read 50 Novels in one year; I journaled hundreds of pages and wrote letters to friends and family; I learned to live in my fishbowl and made incredible friends with my students. Although the first year was literally the “hardest year of my life” this experience gave me the roots to Fly” and become the person I am today!
#peacecorps#poland 1991-1993 #rpcv#volunteer#goabroad#travel#seetheworld#taketheleap#helpothers#experiencetheworld#justdoit @mypeacecorpsstory
What is Peru's national tree?
The national tree of Peru is the Cinchona tree! Named after the Countess of Cinchon, who was healed from malaria by the bark of this tree.
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Victoria Street was built between 1829-34 as part of a series of improvements to the Old Town, with the aim of improving access around the city. Previously, access from the Grassmarket to the Lawnmarket was via the West Bow, a very steeply sloped and narrow lane. The new street was planned to demolish much of the old West Bow, and provide a broad sweeping link to the newly built George IV Bridge.