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This is the story of my second year as an expatriate after teaching English in the US public school system for 24 years. Currently, I am working for an e-learning company in Kuala Lumpur. Enjoy my travel stories about Southeast Asia including Langkawi, The Cameron Highlands, Penang, Kuala Lumpur, India, Thailand, Cambodia.
COOL TRAVEL BLOG is an online travel diary made with love by Filipino travelers Mikhail and Noreen Coloyan based in Phuket, Thailand. This blog consists our adventures & misadventures filled with photos, videos, tips, food, reviews, destinations and more!
Flying Baguette chronicles the travel murmurs and ranting obsessions of Jan Sevilla, a quixotic nomadic chick and a writer by accident with some difficulty of having her subject agree to her verb.
A travel blog, mostly focused on full time Kungfu Training and Living/Travel in China. Hopes to help/inspire others when coming to China. Now and then some other travel stories^^
Im an ex-pat living and working in Ha Noi, Viet Nam. This is a food blog with my opinion and collective when i'm staying here. We build a food site guide with hope to help ex-pat and travellers more information. We hope with our advice, anyone can choose and eat at best restaurant in hanoi.
Ghada Karam is an inexperienced first-time mom who lives in Bangkok with her husband and her two-year old daughter. She enjoys gossiping about being a mom and about her daughters tantrums. She thinks tantrums are great. They spice-up her day. You can follow her latest news on her blog Confidential Mommy Talks.
20 years work in japan Whether you are a seasoned executive moving to Japan for a short-term expat contract or a long-term resident in Japan changing to a management position this site is for you. I am a French citizen currently living in Japan and I will try to share with you my soon-to-be 20 years experience in Japan, mostly in foreign companies. But WHY? I saw in 20 years so many companies failing in Japan for obvious but simple reasons. I am currently the representative director for a small European company. I was headhunted when the company had only 4 employees but was losing more than 1 Mio EURO and was crippled by debt... it was few years ago. Today we will reach soon 20 employees, are debt free, profitable and even paying dividends to the headquarters. And the business is growing very well. So HOW? My intention is to address in each post a specific issue, sometimes illustrated by a real-life story or experience. At the end of each post I will give some down-to-earth Hints (not advices as I believe you will have to judge by yourself what to do in your own context). Feel free to contact me if you need more insight on a specific issue. So now enjoy the reading.
A Canadian expat living in Japan since 2010 and travelling every chance she gets. Don't miss Expat Tuesday and Photo Friday! :D