All Your Canadian Boxing Day Questions Answered

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The day after Christmas, December 26th, is an annual holiday known as “Boxing Day” celebrated in several countries in the British Commonwealth. The holiday has its roots in Catholicism, which encourages  donations to the poor, or “almsgiving” around Christmas time. In Canada, December 26th is a secular federal holiday whose traditions have evolved since its Origen: All Your Canadian Boxing Day Questions Answered

5 Scary Office Halloween Mistakes for Millennials to Avoid

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Whether you’re heading to the office on October 31 or attending the annual office Halloween party, be sure to get these questions answered before the event. As a general guide, avoid these 5 scary mistakes many professionals make at their first Office Halloween. Origen: 5 Scary Office Halloween Mistakes for Millennials to Avoid

A Country in Mourning: 4 Cross-Cultural Tips for Business Travelers in Grief-Stricken Thailand | Protocol & Etiquette Worldwide por @austinprotocol

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 In the wake of King Bhumibol Adulyadej’s death on October 13, 2016, the deeply spiritual country of Thailand has entered a year-long period of mourning for their country’s beloved leader, and the world’s longest reigning monarch. The Thai government has asked its citizens to Origen: A Country in Mourning: 4 Cross-Cultural Tips for Business Travelers in Grief-Stricken Thailand | Protocol & Etiquette Worldwide

Silence is Golden: 3 Cross-Cultural Communication Tips for Japan | Protocol & Etiquette Worldwide

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Photo by hempelfrankfurt PixabayFrom Bonsai to bullet trains, and tea ceremonies to tanshifunin postings, Japan is a country of contrasts in which the ancient and the ultramodern are seamlessly blended. Ancient temples are nestled among business and technology towers. Japanese concepts including emoji, kanban, Origen: Silence is Golden: 3 Cross-Cultural Communication Tips for Japan | Protocol & Etiquette Worldwide

Una cuestión de género vía @daniel_exposito

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Debido a mi actividad en el tercer sector,  en varias ocasiones he tenido el «privilegio» de verme a medio camino entre dos (o más) contexto culturales diferentes. En este punto medio uno puede apreciar ciertas diferencias, por ejemplo, sobre los temas que resultan relevantes o «de interés general» en uno y otro contextos. Una de […] Origen: Una cuestión de género · danielexposito.es