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Every home and every culture has its own interpretation of chicken soup. In Indonesia, chicken soup or “sayur sop ayam” is usually served at home with rice and side dishes, such as fried tofu or tempe, potato fritter, and spicy condiment or “sambal.” Traditionally, the vegetables served in the soup consist of some (not all)[…]
Jelena Arsovska is a member of The Expat Woman Club and currently lives in Macedonia. She wears several hats and works as a Professor of Computer Science, CTO of Carsmartt Inc. and a Data Analytics Engineer and is also a mom to a sweet little girl. Tell us a bit about yourself “My interest in[…]
“When you think about Boston, Harvard and M.I.T. are the brains of the city, and its soul might be Faneuil Hall or the State House or the Old Church. But I think the pulsing, pounding heart of Boston is Fenway Park.” – John Williams Boston is one of America’s oldest and most interesting cities. Founded in[…]
in transit : in the process of being transported (Merriam-Webster dictionary) I have a feeling I’ve always been in transit all my life, physically, mentally and spiritually. Trying to find the country/city/region that suits my lifestyle, that maximizes my potential in my profession, that makes me feel safe and at home, that makes me grounded[…]
“My name is Akshada Kadam. I am Indian and moved to the USA in 2013 for my higher education. My EXPAT Journey: Mumbai → Bloomington → Cleveland→ Denver → Chicago → San Francisco Bay Area. I love reading books and consider myself a bibliophile. Reading is something that comes naturally to me. I love traveling and make every effort[…]