Many people travel for personal and professional reasons. But to actually leave home, uproot yourself and plant yourself in a new country is a whole different ballgame. Over the years, I’ve met many expat kids who get hauled from country to country because of their parents’ jobs. I’ve watched many of them enter adulthood wondering where ‘home’ is. I can’t say I fully understand the sentiment.
Marriage. Mortgage. Money. Babies. If you can do that, you’ve made ‘it’. If you’re a woman – the…
The USA and the UK are popular destinations for international students. Enter Brexit and Trump. The two events of 2016 that shocked so many of us. Will America and Britain remain at the top of their game in higher education?
Meet polyglot Joe-Ann Chavry: one of the most assertive and independent women I’ve ever met. She gives us a snippet of life in her hometown Mauritius.
Neighbours argue. It’s what they do. A Malaysian and a Singaporean sit down for a chat. Guess what happens.
Kishore Mahbubani asked us this provocative question on his book cover. Charmaine and I have answers.
The story of a first generation immigrant in the land down under