Navigating Vietnam’s magical Mekong

Navigating Vietnam’s magical Mekong

A short drive south-west of Ho Chi Minh City (or Saigon), the Mekong River is one of Asia’s great waterways. From its source among the snow-clad peaks of China’s Tibetan Plateau, it flows over 4,000 kilometres through the Indochinese peninsula before eventually emptying into the South China Sea. The so-called “rice bowl” of Vietnam, the

Take your pick: Havana six ways

Take your pick: Havana six ways

After 58 years frozen in a time warp, the Cuban capital is on the brink of sweeping reform. We present six reasons why now is the moment to catch a glimpse of post-Fidel Havana at the crossroads of change. Colour blocking Havana’s candy-coloured architecture forms a photogenic backdrop for the whimsical palette of its 1950s

5 x Melbourne from the best angle

5 x Melbourne from the best angle

Looking for a fresh perspective on the world’s most liveable city? The only way is up. 1 Point of view The urban sprawl of Australia’s fastest growing city is best appreciated from SkyHigh Mount Dandenong. Located some 40 kilometres out of town, this popular restaurant and vantage point serves up a main course of breath-taking

On a quest for digital talent

On a quest for digital talent

As you might have noticed already before, we are recruiting massively for various digital positions. From a recruiter’s point of view this opportunity of sourcing Software Developers has been extremely interesting. Our journey started in December 2016 when we decided to transform our traditional recruitment process into a more agile process. Having an ambitious goal

How to spend a weekend in the Windy City

How to spend a weekend in the Windy City

Clean and green, Chicago’s revamped Riverwalk has transformed the city’s urban environment. Watching locals sipping wine, tucking into tacos, and walking their beloved pooches beside the Chicago River, it’s hard to believe this serpentine waterway was long shunned by residents of the Windy City. Yet thanks to a timely investment of 94.1 million euros (100

A beginner’s guide to sake

A beginner’s guide to sake

The city of Hida in Central Japan is one of the best places to discover the secrets of the country’s traditional beverage. For many Japanese, sake is something you drink on special occasions – at festivals, weddings, or at ceremonies at Shinto shrines. For Ryuhei Uenoda it’s something one drinks every day. “Just a little,