Week-In-Review : 10/23/11-10/29/11

Every week on JetsettlersMag.Com, we feature articles from expats who live all around the world. Throughout the week, you might miss an article, so we take a look back and showcase those articles in our Week-In-Review. Don’t forget, we’re always looking for more expat contributors. If you are an expat who would like to write for Jetsettlers Magazine, go to our About Us page for more details!


MONDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2011

“Sun, Fun, and Sand: A Weekend at the Busan Sand Festival”

[quote style=”1″]Stephanie McCue, currently living in South Korea, not only talks about, but shows what it’s like to visit the Busan Sand Festival on the biggest tourist spot in Korea, Haeundae Beach. I always thought my sandcastles I made as a kid were pretty spectacular, but I must say, these are just a little bit better. Just barely.[/quote]

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 2011

“Busan International Film Festival : In Four Easy Steps”

[quote style=”1″]Brian Taylor, a current expat living in Busan, South Korea, visited the 2011 Busan Film Festival and lets you know how to conquer it yourself in just 4 steps. Roger Ebert says some of the best movies are coming out of South Korea. This is where those movies get premiered.[/quote]

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 2011

“Preparing Your Global Nomad for Transition to University”

[quote style=”1″]Tina Quick is back on Jetsettlers spreading knowledge that is always needed in the expat community. If you are an expat parent with children, do yourself a favor and read some of the great guidelines Tina Quick shares about sending them to university.[/quote]

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 2011

“Sometimes It’s the Little Things: In Praise of Dominican Gift Wrappers”

[quote style=”1″]Ilana Benady is back talking about the amazing gift wrappers she’s encountered in the Dominican Republic. One thing I really enjoyed about her piece was how she made time and showed thanks to something/someone most people would just not think about who care to remember.[/quote]

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2011

“Passion for Fashion”

[quote style=”1″]Shannon Chalfant is back, taking a very honest, and humorous, take on the fashion she encounters on a daily basis in South Korea. From the young and to the old, you will read and see what Shannon encounters on a daily basis on the streets of Busan.[/quote]

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2011

“7 Questions: Kate from Michigan”

[quote style=”1″]Every expat has a different story with different experiences. Our weekly “7 Questions” continues with Kate from Michigan. Find out about Kate’s life as an expat living in South Korea.[/quote]
 
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