Out of Heathrow: Cultural Shock Tales

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AuthorHouse, Oct 27, 2008 - Humor - 232 pages
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Out of Heathrow looks at the dynamics of life in the United Kingdom. It touches on several issues from immigration, work, politics, sex, education, racism and stereo types, army life, the welfare system to general social life and the class society. It further provides you with hints for living safely in this multiracial environment and MBA hints if you're considering taking it. This wonderful book sums up with life in basic training for all those thinking of signing up with the army and what you should expect as their parent. If you thought cultural shocks were funny then you must read this.

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About the author (2008)

As an author, this is my first work but I have done alot of writing before although publishing had never crossed my mind. However with this book I have learnt to appreciate writing as an art of expression and you should be seeing alot more of me, hoping you enjoy this one.

As an individual, well that's my own tale to tell but reading this book should give you what you want to know. 

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