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A Guide to Tai Chi

7th June, 2017

If you are looking for ways to improve your health, one option you should definitely consider is Tai Chi. Also known as Tai Chi Chuan, Tai Chi involves relaxation and deep breathing combined with flowing movements. There are many benefits associated with Tai Chi. All ages can benefit from practising it. With that in mind, read on to discover everything you need to know about it.

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Healthy living tips for students

24th February, 2017

‘Healthy’ and ‘student’ are two words you rarely hear in the same sentence. If you have children about to start their studies, it’s understandable that you might be worried about how they will stay healthy, particularly if they are studying away from home or overseas.

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The difference between good and bad pain when working out

22nd November, 2016

“Feel the burn” is a phrase that a lot of fitness instructors like to use, as is “no pain, no gain.” However, knowing the difference between good and bad pain when working out is of paramount importance.

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Taking the sting out of healthcare abroad

12th May, 2016

The only thing worse that getting sick, is getting sick in a foreign country. But falling ill abroad isn’t the end of the world if you’ve done your homework and know what to do.

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Complete Guide: Moving to Oman

9th September, 2015

When moving to any country, there is a lot that needs to be planned and considered, and Oman is certainly no different. There are many different reasons why you may wish to move to this country. A lot of people are attracted to Oman because it is a safe country, with a very low crime rate, which is why it is considered a great place to raise children.

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What you need to know before moving to Qatar

15th April, 2015

Qatar appeals to many expats for a whole host of different reasons. The destination has gained a lot of attention as of late, as it has been the controversial selection as host country for the 2022 World Cup. This is bound to bring a boost to the country’s economy and thus the outlook is certainly bright. Nevertheless, if you are planning to move to this location, there is definitely a lot that needs to be taken into consideration. Keeping that in mind, read on for our full guide to Qatar, providing you with everything you need to know before making the big move.

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A Guide to Living in the UK

8th January, 2015

The United Kingdom attracts expats from all over the world. There are many reasons why this is the case, yet the weather is certainly not one of them. A lot of people view the UK as a place of opportunity. Whether it is to benefit from a better standard of living, capitalise on job opportunities or study at one of the many high quality universities, there are many expatriates that move here to better themselves.

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Quick Guide to Living in Bahrain

21st March, 2014

The Kingdom of Bahrain is a small island archipelago, 92% desert and originally consisting of 33 islands just off the western shore of the Persian Gulf. Bahrain Island itself is the largest, 55km long and 18km wide. Nowadays there are more than 80 islands, thanks to a series of enormous land reclamation and development projects.

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Chinese Culture and Traditions

31st January, 2014

As China continues to turn its face outwards to engage with the western world, more of us are taking the plunge and moving there. What can you expect from Chinese culture and traditions? I thought it would be interesting to look at the basics of the way life and business works in one of the world’s most fascinating, unique and unusual countries, to help you navigate your first steps in the nation with a reasonable level of confidence.

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A day in the life of an expat in London

31st August, 2013

What is expat life really like in London? I thought it would be interesting to delve deeper into the way people live their lives in this major global capital and financial center.

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