You probably have set up a Facebook, Instagram or Twitter profile, but have you set up a Medical ID on your iPhone or Apple Watch? Taking just a few minutes to create your Medical ID could be a life-saving decision.Read More
Do you want to use your mobile phone when you're visiting the United States? Do you want to keep in touch with family, friends and colleagues? Do you want to use maps, take photos, send messages, read about new places and make phone calls too?Read More
Like it or not, tipping is customary in the United States for many service-based industries.
We tip at bars and restaurants, hotels and salons. We tip for transportation and home deliveries. We tip more when we're satisfied or have outstanding service. We tip less when we're unsatisfied or have poor service – but we still tip.Read More
A friend once invited me to her parent's home for dinner in South Korea. When I arrived, her mother greeted me at the door. "Hello," she said. "Come!"
After we sat down, her mother poured me a glass of beer. "Hello, drink."Read More
"How are you?"
"Good. How about you?"
Ok, now what do you say?Read More
I say it when a cashier scans my groceries. I say it when a restaurant server hands me a menu. I say it when I see my neighbors. I say it with family, friends, colleagues, acquaintances and strangers. It's the most common question in America.
"How are you?"Read More
When I got hit by a van while riding my bicycle near Mt. Fuji in Japan, the driver apologized all the way to the hospital and even just before I entered the CT scanner.Read More