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I am an Australian born, dual passport owning expatriate; who has lived through 6 postings over 9 years. I have three beautiful children (2 boarding in Australia) and 1 currently living with us in Malaysia. I have one extraordinary rescue dog, that has lived in almost as many countries as we have and I am married to a supportive husband who has given me the opportunity to raise our three children in 2 very different continents in this very unconventional way. In my past life I was an Adult Educator and now I am a trailing spouse. I am hoping that this blog will guide those that are starting out in this strange lifestyle and allow me to pursue my passion for writing in the comfort of my own (airport lounge) home.
I Live in Singapore (since 2008), observe language, read books, watch movies, collect stuff, and travel. Singapore is a great place to observe language. I love English, Singlish, and Chinese.
A highly sensitive millennial mewling about life or in general and constantly craving either Krispy Kreme or Balot.
Hi Qingdao travelers and new expats! I've been living in Shandong Province for almost 4 years, and Qingdao for a year. I started this QingdaoExpatSurvivalGuide.com since there is so much about this great city that is relatively unknown. If you moving or traveling here, hopefully it can help you. Latest post: 36 tips for newbie Qingdao Expats. Happy travels!
Stephanie is a New Jersey native who moved to Pune, India in January of 2014 with her husband and dog, Stella. She has been a lifestyle blogger since August of 2013 and enjoys sharing her thoughts and experiences on travel, food, and expat life in India.
The life and laughs of a young, British, expat couple living and working in Singapore. Blogging about what it is like to move here, the places we visit, the food we eat and the adventures we have.
I'm an American, living in Japan. I teach English to earn a living, stitch and create to make me happy, and try to experience and learn as much as I can about Japan.
Travel Blog of an Overseas Filipino Worker
The past 15 months of my life have been spent in a land where the layer of history pile up on one another threatening to overcome it's future. The people who call this place home think, speak, and write using a different frequency from that of our world. I found myself wondering whether I really still was on earth as even the laws of physics didn't seem to apply the same there. As I struggled to understand the world that was embracing me, yet at the same time pushing me back I found friendship, love, passion, and pain. Now thrown back into the world I once unquestionably thought as home I am finding myself once again struggling to fit in to everything I used to call "normal". I've left a part of myself in China, woven into the fabric of the land and the newest pages of history. Let me take you on a journey back there, week by week through my life as a terrified, frustrated, intrigued, and fascinated foreigner by typing up the weeks recorded in my journals.
A blog about expat family living, traveling as a family and the search for the stories about the lives of family members who once also lived abroad. We bi-racial, bi-cultural Filipino and Canadian family living and working in Korea as we raise our son.
Gail at Large
My name is Gail, I was born in the Philippines but immigrated to Canada as a young child with my family. I currently live in Porto, Portugal’s second-largest metropolitan area, located in the north on the Atlantic coast. Spain is an hour to the north and about two hours to the east.