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Expats in Portugal celebrate the end of the state of emergency

Expats in Portugal celebrate the end of the state of emergency
Expats in Portugal are relieved and happy about the government’s ending of the state of emergency. Midnight on Saturday will be the time for expats in Portugal to celebrate the ending of the popular country’s state of emergency. An announcement by the republic’s president had been eagerly awaited by nationals and expats alike, as the...

Expats in Vietnam happy about economic reopening

Expats in Vietnam happy about economic reopening
Expats in Vietnam are the first foreign South East Asian residents to benefit from local economy re-opening. Whilst other SEA countries are extending their various bans and lockdowns, Vietnam has already ended overall social distancing with the exception of several Hanoi districts and has now shown no new infections for a full week due to...

How to deal with Japan’s cultural differences during the pandemic

How to deal with Japan’s cultural differences during the pandemic
Dealing with Japan’s unique cultural differences during the coronavirus crisis. As in every other first world country, Japan’s multinationals are now struggling to respond to the worldwide shutdowns caused by the coronavirus pandemic, with cultural clashes and misunderstandings the norm in this traditionally structured society. Team...

Expats in Greece find everything they’re missing in the home country

Expats in Greece find everything they’re missing in the home country
The good news for would-be expats looking to explore Greece as a suitable home from home is that the country is planning to open to tourism by July. Although Greece isn’t as yet as popular a British expat destination as Spain and France, for those who’ve been there and loved every minute it’s close to being the perfect location for...

What’s it really like for expats in lockdown Italy

What’s it really like for expats in lockdown Italy
Those looking to expatriate from the home country can find online accounts of the lifestyle in their chosen destination which can help with decision- making, but what happens nowadays with almost every norm unrecognisable due to the pandemic? For several decades, Europe has been a favourite location for British expats due to freedom of...

Using lockdown time to determine your next expat destination

Using lockdown time to determine your next expat destination
For expats who’re at present trapped in another lockdowned country, planning your future location can while away the hours. Expatriation is like a drug to many seasoned world travellers, with a huge choice of diverse countries out there waiting to be explored. From digital nomads to expat professionals, moving on is something to look...

Turkish response to the coronavirus wins expat praise

Turkish response to the coronavirus wins expat praise
Expats living and working in Turkey are reassured by the government’s sensible and swift moves to contain coronavirus infection rates. Whether they’re British retirees living in the country’s coastal cities or expat professionals living and working in the capital, the general feeling of all incomers seems to be the government has...

Expats learning to love lockdowns via endless online offerings

Expats learning to love lockdowns via endless online offerings
Wherever expats are located during these difficult times, lockdown doesn’t have to be so devastating due to the many essential, free online services. Expats living and working overseas are on the front line as regards the effects of the huge number of lockdowns now taking place in the majority of world countries. Not having the freedom...

Expats in Nepal are refusing to repatriate to their home countries

Expats in Nepal are refusing to repatriate to their home countries
Many expats and tourists stranded in Nepal are now refusing to leave. Nepal is proving a much-loved home from home for hundreds of expatriates and tourists, so much so that many are now determined to stay. Although the tiny, mountainous country is now three weeks into lockdown, its foreign embassies are having a hard job getting their...

Where in South America is the best refuge for non-USA expats?

Where in South America is the best refuge for non-USA expats?
Brits and Europeans are now catching on to formerly USA expat-centric locations. For many would-be British expatriates, South America in general and its offshore islands were the private provinces of expats from the USA making them off-limits for all but the bravest Britons. Sources such as International Living and its imitators didn’t...