By Jay Forte, Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Living as an expatriate in a new country can be hard when faced with the task of settling into a new community. Fortunately, Rio offers a number of well-established societies to connect with other estrangeiros, and one of the largest of them, The American Society of Rio de Janeiro, has just turned 100 years old.

The current president of Rio's American Society, or 'AmSoc Rio', is Mateen Thobani, who shares his feelings of helming the organization's milestone. "It is an honor and responsibility to serve as . . .

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