An American Abroad Reactions to the Documentary American Factory

An American Abroad Reactions to the Documentary American Factory

The documentary “American Factory” unapologetically presented views of how “cultural exchanges” with roots in corporate expansion or merges causes disruptions at both personal and social levels. Hear how an American national living abroad feels about how the documentary exposed the trend of global capitalism from China.

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Foreign Nationals Reseting Relationships Back Home

If you are a foreign national who has spent an extended amount of time abroad here are some questions I would like to ask you.

1) How do you or did readjust or reacquaint yourself with people in your home nation whom you haven't seen in a long time?

2) What steps did you take to get reacquainted without being labeled an outsider?

3) What tips can you share with fellow foreign nationals who find themselves in similar situations when trying to rekindle their relationships with friends and family in their home nation?

Your experiences could become quite valuable to those facing such challenges.

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A View on Expat Ignorance

Now, what I'm about to say may make some foreign nationals abroad who feel that they have the right to say and do whatever they want wherever they want unhappy or outright furious.

…and if you are one who feels this way, … you need to sit down and listen!

The reality is, every country works hard to instill within the minds of its people a sense of pride or, what some people may even call, nationalism.

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Foreign Nationals Getting Involved in the Politics of a Host Nation

This is a video that must be watched in full because when living overseas we all carry a part of ourselves that dictates our personalities and believes. It can be hard to disengage with this part of ourselves when living among other cultures that have very different value systems. Understanding this may help us engage in dialogue that moves in a positive direction and without fear.

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Privilege and the Expatriate vs. Immigrant Status

Have you ever wondered why some people who aren't native of a nation called expats and others are called immigrants?

We are going to go into why this is so and how these terms are related to events in the past and also the image they project upon the people they refer to.

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Perspectives 2: Sean Kaiteri - A Response to the Christchurch Shooting

Perspectives 2: Sean Kaiteri - A Response to the Christchurch Shooting

After the terrible event that took part in Christchurch, New Zealand, I have been getting messages from people from different parts of North America asking me questions about how safe it is to live in certain nations, particularly Taiwan. My New Zealand friend, Sean, who is living in Taiwan joins me for for an impromptu interview to get his insights on the event that took place in his home nation.

To Gain Experience You Have to be Quite Bold - 4S1F97

To Gain Experience You Have to be Quite Bold - 4S1F97

After many years working in Europe in the same job and traveling all over the world for over 25 years, Jamie, along with his wife, decided that they needed a change. Hear how Jamie is able to make comparisons and present his view points in a calm way that shows there are many interpretations of an overseas experience that are logical and may not sound flattering to some ears. Jamie offers his anecdotal insight on the current relationship between the West in general as it pertains to China in particular.

Just Be The Way You Want To Be Treated By Others - 4S1F95

Just Be The Way You Want To Be Treated By Others - 4S1F95

Even though she hasn’t lived in every part of the world, Charu calls herself a world citizen because, in her words, “People are people and it doesn’t really matter where I come from or where my roots are from. Home is just where I can feel comfortable with the people around”.