Tag Archives: open-mindedness

From Passion to Profession

­A language story about Lindsay Williams Dobuan is a language spoken by about 100.000 people on an island off the coast of Papua New-Guinea. It is a small language, rather unknown outside perhaps of linguistic circles. Yet, in a small-town library in the middle of England, language enthusiast Lindsay Williams was quite surprised to stumble […]

Запознајте ја Руте – нашата нова практикантka од Португалија

Здраво! Јас сум Руте и доаѓам од Чавес, мал португалски град во близина на границата со Шпанија – детал поради кој го владеам и шпанскиот јазик. Имам 21 година и се преселив во Порто (дом на познатото вино „Вињо до Порто“) пред три години за да дипломирам Комуникациски науки со специјализација во новинарството. За време […]

Welcome Rute, our new intern from Portugal!

Hello there! I’m Rute and I am from Chaves, a small Portuguese town near the border with Spain – a detail that my Spanish language skills thank for. I’m 21 years old and I moved to Porto (home of the famous wine, Vinho do Porto) three years ago for my Bachelor’s degree in Communication Sciences […]

Resettling in known territory

Traveling the world and the seven seas is definitely worth it. But then what? Do we belong to a specific place or do we not? Sometimes it doesn’t matter how you would answer that question because some people are regularly or even constantly on the move either for business or personal purposes, or both. Some […]