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Welcome to the Expat Podcaster Group. I hope this community can help expat podcasters around the world spread their word about the world from outside their home nation and share the fact that 'We are all the same, but at the same time different". This make our live more colourful and meaningful.

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What are some of the benefits of helping a child develop bilingual language skills? What in the world is a bilingual anyway? Research has shown that children who are raised in a bilingual environment develop a communication advance far beyond monolinguals children. Bilingual children learn the cross-culture meaning and usages of words based on the cultural roots of a language... and there's more...

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Many people find their life path at unexpected times and in bewildering situations. Sometimes, people find themselves “evacuating” a certain life situation to search for another purpose. In this episode we are happy to sit down for a chat with American expat Andrea Whitaker.

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I just can't stop thinking that once again Podcasting is skipping over the international community. Google Play Music is now pumping up podcasting in the US. The rest of the world will just have to wait.

I need some help here. As an expat living abroad trying to share the experiences of living and working overseas, I am having a hard time working with other podcasters outside my "time zone". At this point, podcasting hasn't really taken-off outside the US and Europe. Here in Asian, podcasting isn't popular and I hope to change that fact. Can someone help put in some in-sight on this? Thanks!  
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