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Do you know Labor Day is also considered a national public holiday in China? But instead of September Chinese celebrate the holiday in May. Take a look on this graphic we've put together on the main differences between Labor Day in the US and in China.
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Do you know that there are significant differences between the Portuguese language spoken in Brazil and in Portugal? Learn a bit more about the 5th most language spoken in the world and its peculiarities on this slide!
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There are many ways to say Hello in Brazilian Portuguese, but if you want to know the coolest expressions look no further! Check out this infographic and learn how to say "Hi" in Portuguese.
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If you’re just starting learning Portuguese, it can be somewhat difficult to know where to start from. There are so many resources available, so many learning programs options on the internet, which is wonderful but at the same time it could be overw... More >>
Known as Qixi Festival or the Qiqiao, the Double Seventh Festival is considered the Valentine's Day in China. Check out some facts and learn about its original customs and traditions in this infographic