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December 14, 2012

Unpacking My Bags

After years spent overseas, Rudayna heads to the most unexpected destination—home.
Verge's newest "from the field" blogger reflects on Cambodia's broken silence.
During her first month teaching ESL, Allison finds her first major challenge unexpected.
Cannabis use and Iceland's problem with tourists: the latest news in work, study and volunteer abroad.
A Canadian ESL teacher reflects on life at home while preparing for her big move to Korea.
Living abroad can mean making lots of mistakes. Here are three things that Camaro did right.
AIESEC intern Josh Yang navigates a country of a million motorbikes.
As Hunar prepares to head home, she reflects on best practices for finding an internship abroad.
A recent grad’s growing passion for travel is about to lead her to the other side of the world to begin a new adventure.
Advice from an expat in Japan on navigating the roadways.
As Katie discovers, monuments and tourist attractions are far from the heart of a city.
First days of work are hard enough. But what happens when that first day is in Mumbai?
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