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What I Learned in Brazil

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http://blog.linkedin.com/2013/05/24/lunch-time-is-sacred-valuable-lessons-learned-from-working-in-brazil/

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  • One thing I learned is that the 'unique' challenges you face at home often aren't as unique as you'd perhaps like to think. (The whole article: http://www.tulos.fi/artikkelit/international-geek-exchange-1-0/)
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  • Hi!
    I heard a lot about Brazil specially ‘Rio De' I have been to many places and really love to go to Brazil.
    @Lorena! I know people from Brazil are very nice and humble. Good to know about your culture and way of living, please send more information about Brazil and its places.
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  • Hi!
    I heard a lot about Brazil specially ‘Rio De' I have been to many places and really love to go to Brazil.
    @Lorena! I know people from Brazil are very nice and humble. Good to know about your culture and way of living, please send more information about Brazil and its places.
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  • Sounds great your experience in Brazil, Danielle. I'm Brazilian but living in NZ and I've got my first job here few months ago. For me one of the most strange thing is get use to have lunch on my desk and very quickly. I used to spend up to 2 hrs for lunch time talking to my co-workers and friends in Brazil, it was like a ritual almost everyday. However in NZ, the majority of workers lunch very fast to go back to work and then go home very early. Now I realized that both options are good because it's awesome have more time to spend with family at home as well. About the greetings is very funny for me because many Chinese friends in NZ say 'please, you can give me a hug as a good Brazilian and two kisses' even though I haven't said about this culture before, they knew other brazilians who did. Anyway, keep traveling and sharing your experiences, it's worth it!
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