Now that 2017 has arrived, it is time to actually tackle these New Year’s resolutions. You promised yourself to be more active this year, but you’re about to start your adventure abroad? No problem! Moving to another country doesn’t mean you have to give up all the athletic activities you used to enjoy back home. Sports can make you healthier and happier — and who wouldn’t want to be that? Not only will regular exercise help you keep your New Yea...
Today is National Spaghetti Day in the US, and to celebrate, we're taking a look at popular pasta dishes from around the world. Does your home or host country have a delicious pasta dish that you would recommend? http://bit.ly/2hNDg8c
For all of you who aren’t planning on cutting carbs in the new year, we have good news! In the US, National Spaghetti Day is celebrated on 4 January: it’s inspired us to get our chef hats on and find out which stringy, starchy dish is a favorite in various countries. Japan’s Culinary Revolution The all-time favorite noodle dish in Japan is ramen. In the town of Fukuoka alone, the largest city on the southernmost main island, there are more than ...
No matter where you live, you've probably enjoyed one of the world's most popular beverages — tea! From sipping on chai in India to sharing Mate tea in Argentina, here's how people around the world drink their tea: http://bit.ly/2jGJ4RA
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