Adaptation & Transition

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”.

It’s Fine That I’m Not Perfect At This - 4S1F93

It’s Fine That I’m Not Perfect At This - 4S1F93

Nicole Palazzo, an American expat living in Europe who is also an active podcaster, points out that from her location abroad it can sometimes be strange or even stressful for her to miss things from her home nation that she normally wouldn’t pay much attention to while living in her home nation.

An ENFP’s Perspective: A Lot More Slow is Steady - 4S1F92

An ENFP’s Perspective: A Lot More Slow is Steady - 4S1F92

From the Czech Republic lets welcome Canadian expat Dan Johnston to the show. Dan is a former entrepreneur turned freelance author and life coach who now offers coaching services to people who are looking to overcome their fears and focus on their goals which, in turn, helps them develop their true physical and mental superpowers. Dan’s overseas experiences has permitted him to live in seven countries while at the same time publishing 12 uplifting and inspiring books.

Perspectives: Taiwan Radio and a Trip Down Memory Lane with Rick Monday - 4S1FP2

Perspectives: Taiwan Radio and a Trip Down Memory Lane with Rick Monday - 4S1FP2

We welcome this episode a native of Texas, Rick Monday. Rick is an emerging playwright and broadcaster who has been recognized and awarded for his contribution to radio broadcasting in his adopted home. Join us as we follow Rick down memory lane while, at the same time, taking a peek into his thoughts concerning the power and influence of the media.

Finding What Fits You Perfectly - 4S1F85

Finding What Fits You Perfectly - 4S1F85

We welcome Jenna Davis, an incredible travel blogger and mom to be, on the show this episode. Originally from The Great White North, Toronto, Canada. Jenna is a sustainable travel blogger who has traveled to over 50 nations. She shares with us her overseas life story on an unseasonably hot summer’s day in Europe.