Drew Cary and Alicia Kim share insights after a challenging yet exhilarating year abroad, as well as the differences in global communications they discovered in their host and home markets.
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Moving to Brazil was a humbling experience. Navigating a new city. Learning a different language. Finding an apartment. These challenges are taken to an entirely new level when moving to a foreign country.
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