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Posted on 1 Nov 2009 In: culture

Iraqi barbeque

Thanks to Najma for sharing these kebabs on the barbeque from Iraq. Do you want to share photos of your country’s food? Join our photo group on Flickr and show us your photos. Read more: Madrid street food – Spain likes a barbeque, too Arrosticini – the Italian version Iraqi blogs on Blogs of the […]

Posted on 30 Oct 2009 In: culture

Better taste than …sorry

Better taste than sorry is one of the few German lifestyle-blogs written in English. Markus Reuter a.k.a. roitsch blogs about “everything he likes”, which happily for his readers is about a broad range of contemporary music, design, everything 2.0 and last but not least his love for Hamburg, the city he lives in. And his […]

Posted on 30 Oct 2009 In: culture

Organic recycling in Indonesia

Danamon Peduli’s Danamon Go Green project turns organic waste from Indonesia’s produce markets into fertiliser. This approach has two benefits: it improves hygiene around marketplaces by getting rid of waste before it starts to rot; and it helps the local farming industry improve yields by up to 30% by providing chemical free fertiliser. The project […]

Posted on 30 Oct 2009 In: culture

Pasta Colombiana

Here is more proof that Italians are not the only people who eat pasta. Thanks to progresivo for sharing this Colombian pasta with 5 cheeses (pasta a los 5 quesos). Do you want to share photos of your country’s food? Join our photo group on Flickr and show us your photos. Read more: A real […]

Posted on 30 Oct 2009 In: culture

Cindy King’s Twitter Interviews

Cindy King is an experienced cross-cultural sales and marketing specialist. She’s also a skilled social media user. Cindy has come up with an innovative way to exploit the power of social media in a series of cross-cultural Twitter interviews. We’re honoured that Cindy chose to include PocketCultures in the list of interviewees. If you didn’t […]

Posted on 30 Oct 2009 In: culture

Looking for cross-cultural couples

Are you in a cross-cultural relationship? We’d like to interview you for My Partner is a Foreigner. On this part of PocketCultures we have featured some really great stories from people in cross-cultural relationships. And we’ve had fantastic feedback from you (thanks!) that it’s useful to read about other people’s experiences, especially if you have […]

Posted on 30 Oct 2009 In: culture

Singapore through the window of a taxi

A Singapore Taxi Driver’s diary is written by a former scientific researcher who for reasons ‘uniquely Singapore’ ended up as a taxi driver. As a result, I am driving taxi to make a living and writing these real life stories just to make the dull job a little more interesting Taxi drivers are in the […]

Posted on 30 Oct 2009 In: culture

Global goes local

At PocketCultures we love to hear it from the locals. That’s why we’re building a team of regional contributors from all over the world to bring you insights into their countries and cultures. And if you’re into travel, or just like reading about different places, here are two cool projects where you can get your […]

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