Last night we celebrated the graduation of six of my fellow yogis from the healing alchemy yoga teachers training course at my studio. In true… 538 more words
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In early colonial Hong Kong, polite society required expats to restrict their discussions – and sobriety, writes Jason Wordie
Near-obligatory entertaining has been a noted feature of Hong Kong society since the British colony was established. 575 more words
I heard many times that when there is no vision, men perish. There are many interpretations of this adage and in most cases it was in the context of a business or corporation trying to convince their employees to capture the company vision or mission statement. 202 more words
The Ministry of Social Affairs is in the process of identifying orphans of foreign mothers and unknown fathers, who do not possess identification documents.
The step coincides with the Civil Status Department’s announcement of its intention to withdraw Saudi nationality from children with unknown parents in case it discovers that the father is a foreigner. 261 more words
Some people travel for the architecture, the museums, the history. I travel for the food. Don’t get me wrong – I’m all about new cultural experiences and exploring a country’s natural beauty, but when it comes to planning an itinerary, I follow my stomach. 629 more words