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Outstanding in their field: 6 superlative expat destinations
26 November 2019

Outstanding in their field: 6 superlative expat destinations

What are the world’s favorite expat destinations? We take a look at which countries and cities are top-rated – for a variety of reasons

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Expats and maternity: what you need to know about being pregnant overseas.
30 October 2019

Expats and maternity: what you need to know about being pregnant overseas

How is being pregnant different for expats? Karen Wilmot, a midwife and an expat, explains the differences and similarities.

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The pros and cons of expat life in New Delhi
6 August 2019

The pros and cons of expat life in New Delhi

Rich history, adventurous food, economic opportunity: a summary of the strengths and weaknesses of New Delhi from the expat perspective

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The trials and tribulations of growing up as a third culture kid
9 July 2019

The trials and tribulations of growing up as a third culture kid

Although the benefits are beyond doubt, growing up as a “third-culture kid” is not easy. We take a child’s eye view of some of the obstacles and how to overcome them

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The Expat Tales: 6 Things That Will Happen To Every Expat
21 May 2019

Expat Tales: 6 Things That Will Happen To Every Expat

Every global assignment is different. Yet, there are certain inevitable challenges that every expat will face. We identify 6 of the biggest, and suggest how to deal with them

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The pros and cons of expat life in Seoul
30 April 2019

The pros and cons of expat life in Seoul

The South Korean capital is an increasingly important commercial centre, but it is still something of an outlier from an expat perspective. Mercer places Seoul 76th in the world in terms of quality of living for expats, and the HSBC Expat Explorer survey puts South Korea in 36th place. But its status as an arguably marginal destination for expats comes with both advantages and disadvantages...

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