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Posted By Louise Koncowski
We celebrate the different food traditions and great diversity we have in our organisation, by speaking to Cartus employees around the globe, to find out what their national dishes mean to them.
Posted By Sanny Linawati
China, Hong Kong, and many other places around the world will be celebrating the Dragon Boat Festival on 7 June. Known as the Duanwu Festival, it includes a three-day public holiday in mainland China and, as one of the busiest festivals in the country, the event can have an impact on scheduled…
Posted By Farida Netarwala
Ramadan, observed by Muslims around the world, is a period of fasting with followers abstaining from food and drink from sunrise to sunset. We discuss best practices for international assignees living in Muslim countries and the potential implications that Ramadan may have on relocation programs.
Posted By Ashutosh Arun
India is home to a huge diversity of cultures, religions, and languages where people from different religions coexist harmoniously. The wide variety of festivals celebrated in India is a true manifestation of its rich culture and traditions. Learn more Holi, the Festival of Colors.