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Hamura’s small town tranquility attracts expats working in Tokyo

Hamura’s small town tranquility attracts expats working in Tokyo
If you’re relocating to a challenging new position in Tokyo and are worried about getting lost in the giant metropolis, living in Hamura might be the answer. For the average Western expat, adjusting to Tokyo can be anything from fascinating to terrifying, but the region’s amazing transport options mean no-one has to live in its centre...

Finding the best location for expat entrepreneurial tech startups

Finding the best location for expat entrepreneurial tech startups
Necessities ensuring a successful expat startup need to be identified before the move overseas takes place. The factors which ensure a successful expatriate startup are many and include personal qualities such as motivation, determination and innovation as well as the idea itself. As regards the rest, easy access to investments, incubator...

Relocating expats warned about most risky coronavirus destinations

Relocating expats warned about most risky coronavirus destinations
The rise of coronavirus infections over the past few weeks could pose a threat to expats about to leave their home country for a new job overseas. As victims of the fast-spreading Wuhan coronavirus continue to be identified in new countries, expats about to relocate, retire or leave to work overseas are being warned the worst is yet to...

Breaking down China’s independent school network for expat parents

Breaking down China’s independent school network for expat parents
British independent schools in China are now adjusting to pupil demographic changes. Since the beginning of the 21st century, British private schools have been setting up in China in order to take advantage of the growing need by wealthy, middle class Chinese parents for their unique style of British education. The difference between...

Huge increase in Chinese international school options for expat kids

Huge increase in Chinese international school options for expat kids
One of the most important aspects of expatriating with one’s family is the availability of quality international schooling. Although only four new international schools opened in China last year, 2020 will see an increase of 16 new campuses, giving far more choice for expat professionals wanting a high standard of education for their...

Is the buy to let investment boom over for Brit expats in 2020?

Is the buy to let investment boom over for Brit expats in 2020?
If UK buy to let is part of your retirement or investment strategy, now is the time to make a move. Prospects for buy-to-let investments in 2020 are expected to fall slightly during this coming year as the comparatively buoyant remortgage market cools and a larger number of landlords opt for 5-year fixed rates. Given that at least this...

Starting a business as an expat entrepreneur in Nanjing

Starting a business as an expat entrepreneur in Nanjing
Hints for expat entrepreneurs planning to start a business in Nanjing. China is still a popular destination for expat entrepreneurs determined to start a business, but doing it the right way can be confusing. The initial challenge is the most important first step, in that without a work permit nothing can be done. Given that China is...

Hong Kong upscale expat rental prices see dramatic fall

Hong Kong upscale expat rental prices see dramatic fall
Hong Kong luxury rental costs have crashed by 30 per cent due to continuing instability. For expat professionals on decent salaries who’re determined to stay on in Hong Kong no matter what, now's the time to upgrade to an upscale rental at a bargain price. The island’s luxury property market has undergone a dramatic correction, as...

Living affordably as an expat in Tokyo

Living affordably as an expat in Tokyo
New expat arrivals in Tokyo could be forgiven for feeling totally confused over exactly where to base themselves in this massive, confusing city. Although Japan isn’t yet a major destination for those expat professionals who don’t have an immediate job, it’s still one of the most rewarding locations for adventurous entrepreneurs....

For Brits desperate to leave, free movement ends on December 31

For Brits desperate to leave, free movement ends on December 31
Whilst the disaster of Brexit’s impact on hundreds of thousands of British expats’ lives can’t be undone, the present moment gives those still determined to emigrate at least a year to do so. Whilst B-day is at the end of this month, it’s not the start of the Brexit train wreck for those desperate to emigrate, as the one-year...