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Tokyo: Here & Now speaker Gabriela Mandrea explains why being a trailing spouse offers a chance to reinvent yourself.
When the Iron Curtain fell in 1989, a 22-year-old Gabriela Mandrea saw nothing but opportunity. After all, growing up in Communist Romania, career options were limited.
As Japan emerges from the pandemic, new Connections President Vanessa Thomas shares her aspirations for the group.
Arrriving in Tokyo from Singapore five years ago, Vanessa Thomas felt disorientated.
A longtime Connections volunteer explains how a chance conversation at the Club led to an entirely new and rewarding career.
With his son set to depart for college in the fall of 1991, American author Harriett Jackson Brown Jr jotted down more than 500 lessons and maxims he’d yet to impart to his boy.