Here is a bonus episode recorded on October 1st 2017 for International Podcasts Day. I was the second remote speaker and I spoke about Podcasting in the Asian Region. I am honored to have been chosen to take part in this celebration of podcasting.
Angie Drake may have traveling coded deep within her DNA. Angie and her husband, who has a long career working for the U.S. government, have been traveling all over the world with their two boys. Angie will bring a smile to your face as she walks you through her steps to living a positive expat life abroad.
Jason Hunter, an American expat in Southern Taiwan joins us on the podcast. As a result of his observations working in his profession, Jason is able to explain how businesses are more interconnected than ever. The lead-in to this episode covers the sad events that occurred in Charlottesville, Virginia on August 13, 2017.
When living overseas as an expat you are sure to make cultural mistakes. However you have to take every mistake that you make as a learning experience to help you comprehend the culture you’re living in. To help ease and improve an expat overseas experience it is of the greatest importance to learn about the customs and habits of the host nation and it's local community.
Just a quick checkin to let everyone know that I am still here. Sometimes he can be quite difficult arranging interview times with expats located in different parts of the world. Over the next few episodes, because of time zone differences, I will focus on interviewing expats closer to my region. Once again thank you for listening to Four Seas One Family.
In this program, expats from all over the world in front of a live audience, using video conferencing software, get together to discuss topics related to expat living.
In our Expats Roundtable discussion group, and online get-togethers, expats and future expats can share tips, tricks and experiences to make life abroad more of a positive experience.
Join us and learn that through an expat experience, and an open mind, cultural gaps can be brought together. It is hoped that through an expat’s experience, people can focus on some of the things we all have in common.
In this episode we chat with American expat, Mrs. Tara White, who has been living abroad since 2008. She has lived in Cambodia, Korea, Malaysia, and Australia and is currently residing with her husband just outside the fast paced city of Tokyo, Japan. The interesting thing is she’s living her expat life as a minimalist and host of a popular YouTube channel promoting the minimalist lifestyle.