Three Ways to Master Marco Polo Kung fu At Work

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I may have just found my newest binge-watching obsession on Netflix, about the obscure story of people in the period of Kublai Khan. “Marco Polo” tells the story of the famed explorer’s early years living in the Mongol Empire with all its oriental grandeur, intrigue, elegantly choreographed fight scenes, and…

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5 Hurdles to Overcome as an Expat Entrepreneur

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Arriving in the UK at the age of 13, Surinder Arora had no English and was far away from his native Punjab. To pay his way through school his mother had a day job in a factory and a night job cleaning offices in West London. At 18, he became…

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Reading is fundamental :: Little Free Library Project

We will be doing the Little Free LIbrary in our front yard. Why? I have loved books since I was little.  Where other little kids got caught skipping school in the playground or doing something rather unsavoury, teachers that sought me for being late or M.I.A. caught me (predictably at…

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Umbrella Politics in London

Before I moved to London, no one told me that it actually rains about 30% of the year.  I suppose I should’ve known this from all the old films my mom used to watch where a Rain Scene was more often than not a mainstay in a film based in England.…

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