Immigration. Travel. Living.
Enjoy life in France. Many people mentioned the switch to enjoying life while living in France. French have a different approach to many things. Shops and offices close at 7 pm to have their employees enjoy dinners with their families.
Best places to live in the U.S.A. According to the publicly available data the best places to live in the U.S.A. are Austin (Texas), Denver (Colorado), des Moines (Iowa), Minneapolis-St. Paul, San Francisco (California) and Portland (Oregon).
Overview of climate in Japan. Japan is an island with the territory over 3 000 km. Japan consists of many islands different in size. The biggest islands are Honshu, Shikoku, Kyushu and Hokkaido. Japan’s land is covered by mountains and forests.
Expats in Cyprus. Today, there are a lot of expat communities available in Cyprus due to high number of the latter, providing various events for them and meeting in order to form the social environment around these groups of people.
Austrian business overview. When it comes to exploring the business environment, one should be aware of its business etiquette and communication, student placements as well as internship, work-life-balance, and of course, the cost of living.
Malta education overview. Maltese education is centralized because of the country’s territory. There is an obligatory education of ages 5 to 16. Education is divided in 4 stages of education – pre-primary, primary, secondary and tertiary.
Reasons to live in Malta. Relocating to Malta in recent years has been an extremely popular trend of retired residents of other countries, more often countries that have higher costs of living since Malta is one of the cheapest in Europe.
American culture and lifestyle. America has many differences to other parts of the world as the territory of the country is spread over 10 million square kilometers and split into states. Other countries are usually smaller in area and lifestyle diversity.
Living in Hong Kong. Daily life in Hong Kong starts with a view to a concrete jungle behind your window as the the area is small and population is large. The first thing you will notice is that living space in this city is in short supply.
Lithuanian healthcare overview. In Lithuania healthcare is accessible and is free of charge, because the country is in European Union, but the governmental services and lines for doctors’ appointments can be quite big, so make an appointment in advance.