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For this week's Expat Chat, we'd like to hear from #expat #women!

Ladies, what do you find best and worst about being an expat? Finding great jobs, relationships, children, etc.?

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Expat Tip of the Week: Take time to be a tourist

You may not live in your current city forever. Use weekends and days off to visit local museums and to stroll streets you wouldn't otherwise. You may find new treasures that you will visit time and time again!

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Have your say on #expat life! Take our #InterNations survey to win a €1,000 travel voucher and more! https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/expatinsider2015
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Learning a new language is one thing, but speaking it (and with confidence) is another!

Read on for helpful tips on putting those language courses to work:

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Thinking about teaching abroad? Check out this list for the most popular cities:

Have you ever taught abroad?

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Anne Keeling highlights the 10 most popular cities for teaching overseas. From Dubai to Bangkok, Doha to Shanghai.
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Are you living abroad?

Complete our survey about expat life around the globe and get the chance to win international travel vouchers and other great prizes!
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Did your city make the list?

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Asian and European cities come out on top. At number 10, New York City is the safest in the United States.
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Speaking two languages can certainly open many doors in life but it also has drawbacks in terms of identity. Here's some great advice on how to cope:

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Tired of tour buses and food you could have eaten at home? Here are 10 ways to #travel like a #local:
No matter where you go — from New York to Hanoi — travel can be a lot more rewarding when you dive head first into the local way of life. Here are 10 ways to put a local twist on your next trip. 1. Learn a few key phrases When you travel to a destination where English is not the first language, ...
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Meet Daniel, a Swiss-Greek InterNations Ambassador living in Southeast Asia. Read on to find out how a six-month sabbatical turned into living the expat dream in Bangkok and Phnom Penh:

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What do expats in Bangkok and Phnom Penh, two vastly different cities, have in common? They might have already joined an InterNations Event organized by Daniel Santantoniou, our Swiss-Greek Ambassador. Read his story and find out how the challenges involved in organizing InterNations Events changed when he left the megalopolis Bangkok for the smaller and more relaxed capital of Cambodia. Something remained the same, though: InterNations is a sta...
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We often hear that the best way to explore a new city is to allow yourself to get lost and wander the streets aimlessly. 

But what if you actually have to get somewhere? Well there may be a good alternative at hand: happy maps.
Figuring out how to walk from A to B is easy in the age of online mapping tools. Just plug in two addresses and off you go. But sometimes getting to a place as quickly as possible isn't the priorit...
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InterNations offers expats a local approach to global networking. 

We are the first worldwide network for people moving, living or working abroad with local communities in more than 320 cities worldwide. We offer reliable info on your next expat destination and organize regular networking events and informal gatherings to help you settle in.

People with an international background are welcome to join our network of like-minded people within a community of trust and confidence, connecting expatriates with other expats and global minds in their new place of residence.