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Americans traveling abroad are often recognizable.

12 mistakes Americans make when traveling abroad that out them as tourists

A Reddit thread asked people who are not from the US to share tell-tale signs that tourists are from America aside from their accents.
Cultural differences can lead to moments of confusion for Americans traveling abroad.

Americans reveal 10 things they didn’t realize were super American until they went abroad

Cultural differences can lead to moments of confusion for Americans traveling abroad. Here are 10 things that have surprised Americans outside the US.

11 reasons the English language is impossible to learn

The English language has a lot of weird spelling, grammar, and pronunciation rules. Here are 11 of its anomalies that make it difficult to learn.
It's the holiday season at Disney parks.

People are upset that Disney World’s Jewish holiday pop-up doesn’t serve kosher food or traditional Hanukkah favorites

Epcot has a new pop-up with "traditional Jewish dishes," but not everyone is happy with the menu's lack of Hanukkah foods and kosher certification.
Prince William and Kate Middleton in Tuvalu.

How members of the royal family dress to respect local culture while traveling around the world

Communities help royals feel welcome by dressing them in traditional garments. On other occasions, royals adapt the local style of dress to respect the culture.
The author and her son.

A Chinese mother raising her son in the US reveals the biggest differences between American and Chinese parenting

From potty training to communicating praise, there are a number of disparities between Chinese and American parenting styles.

I’m English, and there’s one thing Americans always get wrong about British people that really works to my advantage

Not all misconceptions are bad. As a British person living in America, there's one common misconception about people from the UK that works to my advantage.
Americans take a lot less time off from work than the British.

I’m British, and I experienced the biggest culture shock when I started working in the US

The UK and the US are not all that different. But as a British person living and working in America, I experienced a huge culture shock at work.
The author working with students in Kuala Terrenganu, Malaysia.

In 2 years of living and working in Malaysia, no one ever told me ‘no’ — and it took me months to understand why

The most challenging part of moving to a new country can often be adapting to its communication style.

Russia released some head-scratching recommendations for how its citizens should act when traveling abroad

Russia's Foreign Ministry told its citizens how they should behave while abroad in recommendations ranging from humorous to outrageous.