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Gastro-Diplomacy: Food as an Instrument of Cross-Cultural Understanding

This article was originally posted by Nicole Barile, the Director of Intercultural Services at Dwellworks. To view the original post on Pulse (via LinkedIn), click here.  

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Destination Profile: Germany

Whether you are going on vacation, moving abroad, or traveling for work, it is always comforting to know the basics before you arrive. Feeling comfortable with what people eat, how they interact...

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Destination Profile: Costa Rica

Whether you are going on vacation, moving abroad, or traveling for work, it is always comforting to know the basics before you arrive. Feeling comfortable with what people eat, how they interact...

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Destination Profile: Canada

Whether you are going on vacation, moving abroad, or traveling for work, it is always comforting to know the basics before you arrive. Feeling comfortable with what people eat, how they interact...

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Insight to Germany: A Communication Guide

This is the third blog post in an intercultural blog series. The posts in this series provide a “crash course” into communicating with nationals from other countries. Best practices, cultural...

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Insight to China: A Communication Guide

This is the second blog post in an intercultural blog series. The posts in this series provide a “crash course” into communicating with nationals from other countries. Best practices, cultural...

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Insight to India: A Cultural Communication Guide

This is the first blog post in our new intercultural communication series. The posts in this series will provide a “crash course” into communicating with nationals from other countries. Best...

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What type of Intercultural Training do you need?

Are you ready to learn how to work and live like a local? Once you’ve discovered the benefits to cultural training, the next step is to determine the type of training that best fits your needs or...

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Four Ways to Prepare for an International Move

You have found a place to stay, processed your visa, and notified your bank...after all of the administrative preparations are complete, is there anything to do but wait until your departure date?...

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Do You Need Cultural Training? [Infographic]

Intercultural training is given to employees to examine cultural differences between nations, to bring awareness to these differences, to help smooth business challenges, and to improve...

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