Last night I met an enthusiastic reader of this blog who has recently landed in Chile (Hi Ayanna!) and she asked about how I got started with living and working abroad.
Today’s New York Times features a Room for Debate section about the need to learn multiple languages. Six panelists, including author Stacie Berdan, agree that it is crucial to learn more than one language to operate in the new, globalized world.
Yesterday I tweeted: So far this link has been shared, retweeted, and favorite’d 15 times, which is a lot more than most of the links, pictures, and observations I share on Twitter.
To celebrate the Year of the Dragon, I am trying something new: posting about trade with China in both English and Spanish.
This Wall Street Journal article, As China Goes, So Go Commodities, is the clearest explanation I’ve read about how trends in China’s economy might affect commodity prices.
Thanks to a thoughtful recommendation from Elise Bauer, author Scott Seligman sent me a review copy of The Cultural Revolution Cookbook, which is available on Amazon.com.