By Sarah Coursey, Editor
RIO DE JANEIRO - For newcomers in Brazil, culture shock can be a hazy, dazy experience in which the usual signs that guide social interaction are stipped away. The International Club of Rio understands this conundrum of adjustment, and has created a cozy and thoughtful organization that not only acclimates people to the marvelous city but in doing so helps local charities.
The International Club of Rio (InC Rio) is an NGO registered under Brazilian law which unites the members of Rio's English-speaking community. It provides opportunities to support local development projects and service to . . .