Hi, my name is Kasia, a born and bred Londoner, now living in Suwon (just south of Seoul), South Korea. I teach English as a foreign language at a private language academy. I am a champion eater of biscuits (or cookies if you prefer), a sometime photographer and an occasional tweeter of things that I […]
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Hi! I’m Kelly Sandor-Yang and I live and work in small-town China as an oral English teacher. I spend my free time watching movies with my husband, trying to find clothes and shoes that fit that are not covered in bedazzled cartoon characters, deciphering Chinglish signs, being stared at, and blogging about all the strange […]
Hi. My name is Lauren. I currently live in Sydney Australia. I moved to Sydney from Seattle back in 2008. I am the owner of Emerald City to Oz (http://www.emeraldcitytooz.com), a unique Sydney Travel Guide written by expats chocked full of insider information and travel tips plus hidden secrets of Sydney. I am currently working […]
We’re originally from the Midwest. Sixteen years ago we fell in love with Ireland decided to pack up and move, buy a big pink house and do a B & D (Bed and Dinner – I don’t do breakfast). A year later we moved and the fun began. Life intervened (a job in the US […]
Hey! My name is Kate, and I currently live in Lund, Sweden with my sambo (soon to be husband!). I’m originally from East Grand Rapids, Michigan, best known for being the inspiration for the American Pie movies. Besides my day job as a Language Consultant at Orange Box AB in Malmo, Sweden (read: primarily teaching […]
I’m British by birth and a global nomad by choice. Despite having lived in Asia for over ten years I still find this lifestyle exciting and full of surprises! By day I teach at a Korean university, and by night, aided by my coffee addiction, I write feverishly about words, travel, culture, Asia and the […]
I’m Ashley Thompson, a 20-something writer, blogger, and techie living in Japan. I currently write and maintain a blog with unique tips and how-to’s for expats living in Japan called Surviving in Japan (without much Japanese) (http://www.survivingnjapan.com), and also write the Lifelines column for The Japan Times. I also do virtual assistance work for ExpatWomen.com, […]