How to book your first language lesson on italki

In the previous parts (1 & 2), I already talked about why learning languages online with a native teacher could be the most effective approach.

How to learn languages online with a native teacher

There was a time when I was crazy about learning Japanese. I would spent hours searching for the best method to learn it. I read blogs and books and watch a lot of Youtube about learning languages.

I lost my wallet in Japan

On August last year, my wife and I went to Japan for vacation. This was the country that I’ve always dreamt of visiting since I was a kid. We planned to celebrate my birthday there.

5 reasons why you should learn languages online with a native teacher

If you’re learning a language every day for several months/years and hope that one day you will be able to use it in a real situation, you’re doing the wrong thing.

How to set up Anki to learn vocabs (part 2)

In the previous part, I have explained how to install Anki and register for an account on AnkiWeb. At this point, you should be able to:

  • Add new vocabs to Anki.
  • Study them every day.
  • Sync the data to the cloud.

Top countries to immigrate to in 2018

After working abroad for some time, I began to consider more about permanent residence. There were 2 reasons:

  • With a working visa, my residence ties to the company I’m working for. Should anything happens to my job, I have to leave to country right away.
  • I can’t plan anything for the long term, for example: having kids, buying a house, investing, or even buying furniture for the apartment that I’m renting, etc. Basically, I live with the notion that I may have to leave anytime.

How to find a job abroad

Today, I will share some tips on how to find a job in a foreign country. This is just my personal observation on what works and what doesn’t when it comes to landing my first interview with a foreign company. It may not work for everyone but it’s a good place to start.

My interview experience with a US company (last part)

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My interview experience with a US company (part 5)

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My interview experience with a US company (part 4)

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