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I married a China Man!!!

Well, this blogging started when I decide to marry Philip a Shanghainese last December in Bali 2017 and decided I have to start blogging as this is a whole new chapter of me and my life in some place new!!!

ShibaJapan

Sharing my experiences in Japan with readers that will face the same difficulties.

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I Heart China

Guide to traveling and living in China

The Utterly Unexciting Adventures of Miss Shambles

The experiences of a South African living in South Korea.

The Bunch Abroad

I am a dedicated wife and mother of four learning to live and love through the many adventures that come our way. Our lives are rich with the blessings of God's love and I rely on Him for daily guidance through this crazy adventure called life. We are the Burin Bunch and I hope you will enjoy joining me on our journey.

Traveller's Yarn

My blog originally chronicled my travels around the world, now I blog about living and trying to become local in Shanghai. I also have a podcast where I've interviewed people from various countries about their lives and upbringings in their local culture.

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China Incidentals

Thinky articles and splashy photos about travel in China and life in the PRC generally.

South African in Macau

In my blog I share my expat experience in Macau. How it is different to South Africa and also the best things to do here.

Expat Photographer and Travel Blog

Expat Photographer and travel blog.  I'm a working photographer and blogger originally from the States, living in southern China.

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Oh MY Expat Life

Tips for building a fun and fulfilling expat life in Malaysia, and incredible Southeast Asia travel adventures.

Be Marie Korea

A travel blog about travelling and living in Korea.

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Deztreks - an expats guide to the Philippines

My knowledge and experiences of the Philippines is diverse and varied as I have explored so much of the country. I feel compelled to share this with the world as a result. Hopefully, fellow travelers will come to learn and appreciate what an amazing and beautiful place the Philippines really is.

The Chinese Chronicles

Notes and thoughts on my time in China.

Owee58

Life and travel in Vietnam

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Boho Voyage

A travel blog that highlights destinations, hotels, how to find good deals, packing lists, hot gadgets, and more

Zarbaraki

I came to Japan after graduating with a social science degree and an anxious sense of "what do I do with my life?". Somehow I'm still here and haven't yet figured it out. This blog ranges from my experiences on the JET program, where I was placed in Ibaraki prefecture in 2013, to where I currently am: a salarywoman in Tokyo. This blog is a collection of my embarrassing misadventures and is in the tone of "the voice in your head" in the key of "a whiny sarcastic British person".

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Living In Thailand

As the title suggests, my blog is mainly about living in Thailand. It is aimed at people who are thinking of doing the same, rather than tourists.

Bringing up the Parks

Multicultural parenting adventures in East Asia. This time in China.

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A road less travelled

Stories from my work and life experience in Vietnam and Quy Nhon as a place what is not that typical for expats.

BoracayCompass - The Ultimate Guide

Hi I'm Paul, an expat living in Boracay Island in the Philippines. I started BoracayCompass in 2013 to help expats and travelers alike make the most of their stay on the island. Since then the site has grown a lot, not just in traffic but also in engagement: I get lots of emails and comments from happy and thankful visitors, which motivates me to keep on building out the website even further to truly make it the ultimate guide. I do this through writing very detailed in-depth guides about all things Boracay, such as what the fun things to do are, the cost of living, where to stay, how to get there etc. Basically, everything you need to know about the island. In the future I also plan to 1. set up a local community section and 2. write in-depth articles to promote environmental sustainability on the island, because I love Boracay but the trajectory of current development isn't sustainable, so we need to start taking matters into our own hands and correct the current development trajectory towards a more sustainable one.

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This month's expat blog: Tales From The Right Brain

Meet this month's blogger, Anja, and indulge into expat life in France through her stylish lifestyle and travel blog Tales From The Right Brain.  After meeting her love in Paris, Anja decided to leave her successful career as an auditor and moved to Paris where she is now restarting her professional life with new influences and ideas in mind. If you are looking for some inspiration and tips on how to live life to the fullest, follow Anja's weekly blog posts.