Expat Magazine


  • Why Sleeping in Ikea is Perfectly Acceptable, in China.

    Sleeping Ikea Perfectly Acceptable, China.

    The more I live here, the more I realise that China is a force to be reckoned with.As I begin the mammoth task of researching for my own book on life in China,... Read more

    The 06 March 2016 by   Mint Mocha Musings
  • I’ve Been Around the World – Street Art Tour

    I’ve Been Around World Street Tour

    Last year I had big plans to finally blog regularly and they fell through as always.  Life as it does got in the way but mainly the second half of 2015 was... Read more

    The 27 March 2016 by   Wanderlust23
  • Anne Reid, I Love to Sing

    Anne Reid, Love Sing

    A couple of weeks back, Liam treated us both to a slice of cabaret at Norwich’s trendy Playhouse Theatre. We were front and centre for a night of song and gossi... Read more

    The 06 March 2016 by   Jackscott
  • It’s All Double Dutch to Me

    It’s Double Dutch

    A couple of weeks ago I popped over to the low land of dykes, bikes, canals, tall thin blonds and tall thin buildings. I’ve been to old Amsterdam many, many... Read more

    The 27 March 2016 by   Jackscott
  • Porto Street Art By Costah

    Porto Street Costah

    One of my favourite street artists in Porto is Nuno Costah, aka Costah, a guy in his early 30s whose art you see here is inspired by his grandmother. Read more

    The 03 March 2016 by   Gail Aguiar
  • No Compromises! The Art of Boris Lurie at the Jewish Museum Berlin

    Compromises! Boris Lurie Jewish Museum Berlin

    It is rumoured that Boris Lurie’s No!art movement got its name when a woman entered an exhibition on 10th street in New York, looked his Railroad to America... Read more

    The 01 March 2016 by   Berlinnotes
  • Porto Street Art: A Winter Mix

    Porto Street Art: Winter

    by Hazul, Passeio das Virtudes (Miragaia) Most of the street art photos in my Porto collection are taken by phone enroute to an appointment, posted to Instagram... Read more

    The 09 March 2016 by   Gail Aguiar
  • A Beautiful Koh Lanta Snorkeling Experience

    Beautiful Lanta Snorkeling Experience

    We haven’t gotten our open water PADI certificates to scuba dive, so we do the next best thing: snorkel. We’ve gone on several snorkeling adventures within the... Read more

    The 28 March 2016 by   Tielandtothailand
  • Visit Malta: Valletta the City of Culture 2018

    Visit Malta: Valletta City Culture 2018

    Last year while on a call with my best friend Jen (living in Toronto, yes I know a lot of Canadian women called Jen) she discussed how she wanted to take an... Read more

    The 24 March 2016 by   Wanderlust23
  • In Rude Health

    Rude Health

    17 miles west of Norwich in Norfolk’s rural heartlands lies the sleepy market town of Hingham, home to just under 2,500 country cousins. Not much happens in... Read more

    The 20 March 2016 by   Jackscott


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