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Euroasia at Parnell Summer in the Park

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Experimenting with posterous

Seeing #posterous allows us to post to multiple platforms in one hit, usa pharmacy figured we should best generic propecia payday loans give this a try. Posted via email from Euroasia Share this: Tweet

Alternative Asian OE -Teach English in Kuala Lumpur

If you’re keen to experience Asia, but not sure you want to live in a stressful, smoggy megacity, Malaysia offers a refreshing alternative! Euroasia is working with a client looking for teachers of EFL to teach foreign students (mainly adults from China, the Middle East, Russia etc.) who choose...

Interesting facts about Australia-China

DID YOU KNOW? China is Australia’s largest two-way trading partner. In 2008 there were 66,000 viagra canada Chinese nationals studying in viagra 50mg Australia, the largest contingent of Australia’s international student population. Only 2.5% of Australian year 12 students study Chinese, and 94% of them are first language speakers...

UK govt says schools should teach Mandarin to all teenagers

Every teenager should have the chance to learn Mandarin due to the growing importance of China in world events, according to the UK government. One in seven secondary schools, which teach pupils aged 11-16, currently offer Mandarin and Schools Secretary Ed Balls said he wanted to extend this through...

A Pain in the Ass – French Movie

The other day I went along to the preview of this brilliant movie “A Pain buy anabolic steroids in the Ass” (L'Emmerdeur) by French writer-director FRANCIS VEBER, the guy behind The Valet, The Dinner Game and The Closet. This summary from Flicks: Francois Pignon (Patrick Timsit), whose wife (Virginie...

Wellington company on cover of Inc magazine

It’s always good to see Kiwi businesses doing well. Which is why it’s really cool to have the CEO of a fledgling Wellington-based firm, Ponoko, appear on the cover of Inc Magazine. I read Inc Magazine regularly, and it’s certainly widely read and respected publication. Probably this one article...

How numerate are you?

Apparently just a third of students going into secondary school are numerate. As rightly pointed out by University of Auckland maths lecturer Peter Hughes in today's Herald, the problem we have is that “it had become acceptable to admit failure at high school mathematics as simply not being good...

Taste of Japan: 19 September

how to win back your ex The annual Taste of Japan is coming up again. This is a free event where you can experience Japanese culture and food at its best in Auckland City. There will be Japanese food, Taiko Drums, calligraphy, tea ceremony and more. We encourage everyone...