What are some of the most mind-blowing facts about the United Kingdom?

What are some of the most mind-blowing facts about the United Kingdom? by Saran Udayakumar

Answer by Saran Udayakumar:

Inception Village – Bourton-on-the-water in Gloucestershire, England

The village inside a village inside a village inside a village inside a village. It is so beautiful that in 1937, local craftsmen decided to build a 1:9 scale replica of the village inside the village, which looks like this:

The model village has its own model village.

And at the back of this 'model model village' sits a 'model model model village'.

It is a popular tourist attraction, turning toddlers into superheroes.

Bourton Model Village has always been famous for it's miniature bonsai type trees, which are carefully pruned to keep them to scale.


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The Model Village, Bourton-on-the-Water, a one-ninth scale replica of our village in the Cotwolds, U.K.

The village inside a village inside a village inside a village inside

England has an ‘inception village.’

What are some of the most mind-blowing facts about the United Kingdom?

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What advice does Richard Muller have for an international student coming to study college in the United States?

What advice does Richard Muller have for an international student coming to study college in the … by Richard Muller

Answer by Richard Muller:

Make new friends among the Americans. Don’t hang out much with the students who came from your own country.

When my daughter went to Paris for a year as a student, she was determined that she would not hear or speak a word of English while she was there. It was tough, and it meant she had to stay away from other US students. But the results were spectacular. Two years later she applied to graduate school in Paris at l’École Supérieure de Commerce, and the interview was in French. She was told that she sounded like a native Parisian; she was accepted at full scholarship.

Integrate yourself to the US culture, for at least the time you are here.

What advice does Richard Muller have for an international student coming to study college in the United States?