At some point in life we all dream of going to the States or living there, thanks to the pop culture in the West that’s influencing the travel ideas of the population. United States of America, the land of opportunities, has surprised everyone who has set foot on its soil for better or worse, and if you come from a cultural background that differs greatly from that of the United States, the behavior of Americans may be very strange, annoying, or even upsetting to you at first or until you start seeing the brighter side of the coin.
Immigrating to certain nations are easier than the rest, Canada is one such nation with their relaxed and welcoming immigration policies that help shape the nation as well as individuals to live the life they want to. People dreaming to work abroad, start a new business, settle in a foreign country are assisted wholeheartedly, and for potential immigrants, getting a Canada Permanent Residency and eventually a citizenship might not be that big of an issue. If you are looking to permanently settle in Canada, this quick guide might help you understand the significance.
Cambodia is a small country nestled in the Southeast Asia, away from the hustle and bustle of developing economies or the organized circus of developed nations. Being an Asian country, much of its traditions are easily recognizable and understandable; however, Buddhism playing an influential role in shaping the country’s cultural and societal structure, the lifestyle reflects heavily on the Buddhist principles. Continue reading “Cultural Differences – Cambodia”
This week we have come up with a special Bavarian Brotzeit for you all after Dubai’s delight couple of weeks ago. Yes, it’s time to explore Germany! India and Germany could possibly be standing on the opposite ends of the spectrum when it comes to differences in their culture. But if people from either of the nationalities visit the other, they are in for a shock, if not sheer amazement.
Grab a seat and that delicious cup of coffee, because we are taking you on a journey to various countries of this planet through our latest blog series (look for the name) showing cultural differences of the world. The world as we know is a place to explore, let’s explore it by respecting each other’s culture (and avoid shocks when you travel)!