Blog articles have been written about Bangkok.
Today we meet Sam Pryor, an expatriate who enjoyed a successful career in the United Kingdom before moving to Bangkok temporarily as part of her partner’s career. Weeks turned into months…. Read More
Once a city that was far from gay-friendly, Shanghai has come a long way and the local community has evolved to cater for members of the LGBT community. Its gay scene has undergone a tremendous…. Read More
Handshaking is an ancient greeting that has traced as far back as 2800 B.C., where it was believed Egyptians presented their open right hand as a gesture of peace—without…. Read More
If you are looking for insights into what life as a retiree overseas is really like, then there is no better place to go than straight to the horse’s mouth. Reading blog articles written by people who…. Read More
If you are a new arrival in Bangkok or considering relocating to the land of smiles then you shouldn’t miss the Living in Bangkok 2011 event, which will take place this Saturday…. Read More
It’s accepted—no, the norm—to take pictures of your steaming bowl of noodles. There may be nothing particularly special about them but as soon as the waiter places the food on your table you need…. Read More
One major concern of many expats when they are planning a move overseas is international cost of living, and how the costs they can expect to face in their host destination will differ from those…. Read More