Blog in Other Languages
A Language to Die For
Today, some hidden places still exist where tribes and communities are totally isolated from the outside world. There is very little that is known about
Multicultural Human Resources
What is culture? It may be summarized as a shared system of meanings about the world that surround us. People within a cultural group share
Can Humor be Translated?
There are many magazines with funny jokes, books that describe amusing situations, videos and movies where it is inevitable to let out a few laughs.
One Language for all, and all for None
Wouldn’t it be amazing to have one language that everyone could speak and understand? That’s what Polish doctor Ludwig Leyzer Zamenhof thought and created when
You can Talk the Talk, but can you Code the Code?
In today’s world, coding is on everyone’s lips. Fear it or love it, it’s here to stay and if you don’t get on board you
Get Them Pumpkins Rolling
As Halloween approaches children and adults alike start their preparations for this much awaited date. Halloween is no longer regarded as a holiday marketed from
I Speak English, Therefore I’m American
What makes you feel truly American? A study was conducted last year by the Pew Research Center, which found that most people in the U.S.
A Super Bowl of Terminology
There probably isn’t a better representation of American culture than its most popular sport: football. And every year, millions of people gather to watch its culmination: the Super
What’s so Funny?
We all have the need to communicate. It is an intrinsic part of our human condition. Whenever we want to relate to someone else, or
What Should We Consider when Choosing the Best Translator?
Is simply knowing two languages enough to be successful as a translator? How well do you need to speak a language to do so? What degree
Third Culture Kids: Bridging Language and Culture
The term Third Culture Kid was first conceived in the 1950s by American social researchers Ruth and John Useem to define individuals who were raised