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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!
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 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^^
Stories about the different journeys in the PHILIPPINES AND SOME PARTS OF ASIA
The blog about Old Shanghai Published (about) weekly, documents, photos, book reviews and all I can find about Shanghai in the period before 1949
My name is Clint MacNichol and in early 2013, my family and I decided to make a dramatic change in the path our lives were taking. After some planning and serious thought, we packed up some belongings, sold most of our stuff and decided to begin our new Adventure. That Adventure began in Tuktoyaktuk. Tuk, for short, is located in the Northwest Territories of Canada, on the shores of the Arctic Ocean. Since then, we find ourselves in Zhaoyuan China.
Hi GUYS! Mein Name ist Yesenia! I am a Travel and Lifestyle blogger from California. I'm in the process of figuring out life after college. The who, the where, the what's next. The point in life where I'm at a crossroad. I love traveling and learning about people from all walks of life. You can follow me on my journeys. Come and say hi. :)
This is my space to share my experiences, of living in Suzhou, with friends, family and anyone that is thinking about moving abroad. Enjoy!
I'm an American wife, mom, and linguist, living in a little town in rural China, spittin' distance from Vietnam. Life is quite different here from the big, shiny cities in the rest of the country. No McDonald's, no airport, no Carrefour...but lots and lots of water buffalo. Come on by for a visit. You'll be glad you did.
There is never a dull moment in Shanghai, so much so I decided to write about it. From teaching the likes of Fluttershy, Banana and Puppy (to name a few of my students names), being asked to dress up as Snow White at the New Year ceremony and my first role as directing and producing the school production of Little Red Riding Hood, there is always a moment of madness.
Willkommen: The best expat blogs from Germany
Germany with its thriving economy, robust democracy, and liberal outlook is one of Central Europe's most inviting expat destinations. Whether you are a student, professional, or entrepreneur, you will have no difficulty adjusting to the well-organised and efficient lifestyle — maybe with the help of a few words in German for a start. But wouldn't it be great to have an ally while living in Germany? We have selected five expat bloggers in Germany, whom we think you will appreciate for their experience and eagerness to share.