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So Kynfolk is born!

So Kynfolk is born. The new incarnation of my ongoing passion to support others’ intercultural learning. Kynfolk will build

Kynfolk logo

So now for the logo. I knew I wanted layering in the Kynfolk logo to represent the diversity yet connectedness of the human experi

Know about WeChat

If you are working with Chinese partners, colleagues or customers you need to know about the superapp WeChat, or Weixin as it is k

Andy Molinsky’s “Global Dexterity”

The Japanese, I am told, have a word for buying books that you want to read but never quite get around to – Tsundoku. Well,

10 tips for travelling with children (ie. travelling with kids not just holidaying with them!)

Plan ahead much more than if you didn’t have kids! Kids’ patience (well, at least mine) for this kind of thing can be

“Languages in a modernising China” – a great chapter by Ping Chen

I decided to buy a copy of Kam Louie’s “The Cambridge Companion to Modern Chinese Culture” recently even though

SO WHAT KEEPS INTERCULTURAL TRAINERS AWAKE AT NIGHT?

What do they worry about? What are their big concerns? Well, here are some of the issues raised by staff facilitating intercultura

Kynfolk logo

Kynfolk logo

So now for the logo. I knew I wanted layering in the Kynfolk logo to represent the diversity yet connectedness of the human experience and I knew I wanted a fresh, unpredictable colour palette but was unable to articulate this into a vision of a...


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So Kynfolk is born!

So Kynfolk is born. The new incarnation of my ongoing passion to support others' intercultural learning. Kynfolk will build on the 20+ years experience I've had as a facilitator of intercultural learning, both with VSO and as a partner of thinkingpeople,  but will allow more...


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