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Life Abroad: What Lurks Dark Corners Paperblog Pick in Expat

Life Abroad: What Lurks in Dark Corners

Something creepy happened to me while I was innocently living the expat life in Moldova a few years ago. Yes, Moldova is a country. The capital is Chișinau (I thought you migh... Read more

China’s Culture Club: Flower Power, Fruit Platters Laughing Gas! Paperblog Pick in Expat

China’s Culture Club: Flower Power, Fruit Platters and Laughing Gas!

From the outside, it looks like it could quite easily be a quaint British pub. Of course, finding said venue in the middle of China is debatable, but for a few split seconds we... Read more

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