Expat Magazine


  • Learning Italian: You Said What?

    Learning Italian: Said What?

    Okay, I’ll admit it, or maybe I don’t want to just yet it’s a little embarrassing. I mean it has been five and a half years and all, I should know this stuff,... Read more

    The 12 November 2013 by   Jenniferavventura
  • Japanese Christmas Traditions

    Japanese Christmas Traditions

    Actually Japan has no traditional Christmas like I know it from Germany. Japanese going to Christmas parties and eating Christmas cake. Every year people... Read more

    The 27 November 2013 by   Martinemler
  • Red State France Is Doing Fine, Thank You

    State France Doing Fine, Thank

    Released under GNU Free Documentation License Standard and Poor's has cut France's credit rating, apparently concerned that France can't rescue itself from its... Read more

    The 13 November 2013 by   Ovid
  • Snapshots: Memories from Mamoiada

    Snapshots: Memories from Mamoiada

    Mamoiada is a small rural town in the province of Nuoro and is famous for its carnival held in February. I recently had the pleasure of visiting this mountain... Read more

    The 06 November 2013 by   Jenniferavventura
  • What Do You Bring To The World?

    What Bring World?

    Has anyone ever told you not to pursue something you truly desired because it wasn’t financially ‘smart’ or there’s not a need for another person in that field? Read more

    The 26 November 2013 by   Zach Zine
  • Happy First Birthday Dear Elliot

    Happy First Birthday Dear Elliot

    I couldn't very well let this day pass without writing about it.As I sit here drafting this blog post, I look back at the last twelve months in awe, shock,... Read more

    The 19 November 2013 by   Russellvjward
  • Hi. How Can I [not] Help?

    [not] Help?

    viaJust when I was about to write this post and rant about an average Customer Service experience, I found the image above, and it sums it up.I'm sure you have... Read more

    The 24 November 2013 by   Evg Enko
  • Political Correctness

    Political Correctness

    politically correctA way that we speak in America so we don't offend whining pussies.Urban DictionaryviaThe other day two hosts of a radio show mentioned how... Read more

    The 03 November 2013 by   Evg Enko

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