Ethnic London is your passport to the exotic locations and foreign cultures of a place Disraeli once called 'a nation, not a city.' This handy guidebook helps you discover a different London--the exotic restaurants, unique shops, and fascination neighborhoods of London's many cultures.
"Ethnic Toronto" is your passport to the world's most multicultural city. This handy guidebook presents the rich tapestry of ethnic communities as it takes you through a treasure trove of restaurants, shops, bakeries, food shops, cultural associations, churches, nightclubs, festivals, and parades.
An annotated list of contacts and resources for longterm overseas travelers, including information on several kinds of independent travel, such as senior travel, disability travel, and volunteer programs; study abroad for adults and teens; and living abroad.
The Culture of Cities Project is an international interdisciplinary five-year research project studying the lived experience of place in urban life. Areas of research focus on building and rebuilding, the circulation of objects and artifacts, representation of locality, the arts and citizenship. The purpose is to sustain the dialogue on the good city and the good of the city that is implicit or a tacit feature of research and commentary on urban life, and to inquire systematically into the various ways in which this dialogue is engage, repressed or redefined in the everyday life of cities. Settings in Montreal, Toronto, Berlin and Dublin constitue sites for ethnographic and interpretive research.
This practical guide is filled with tips on handling everyday and unexpected events, along with insights about key customs in Japan. It is a book that makes living and traveling in today's Japan a fascinating and satisfying experience by helping readers to cross the culture bridge.