There are many reasons why expats, immigrants and migrants choose to live a life abroad. Many have simply decided to journey abroad to quench their thirst for adventure. American expat traveller and cook Deonté Daniels joins us this episode. Deonté is someone who has decided to explore an existence overseas to find his inner peace. Hear why he decided to head overseas to a place unlike the nation of his birth.
Join us as we sit down for a chat with Mr. Will Brooks. Will is an active blogger and web broadcaster from the West Coast of the United States but for this episode joins us from the place he now calls home, South Korea. Hear how he see the current events in Koreas and how he and his Korean wife are raising their third culture kid.
It’s rare that we come across people who have explosive and bubbling personalities that makes us want to smile and keep smiling. We are happy,…, no ecstatic to have American expat Jacqueline Bruce as a guest. It’s hard to not be influenced by her positive energy. It’s easy to hear and feel this radiating from her voice and warm smile.
It is impossible to know when or where your life will take a sudden turn. Sometimes the turns leads to a path that is not only unpredictable, but also impossible to prepare for. Our guest this episode shows that the key to finding and implementing successful adjustments is to maintain a positive attitude and the willingness to remain flexible.
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.
We have expat author Ian Mote on the show to share his expat experience and how and why he decided to write a memoir of his life in China in his comically titled book "From Chicken Feet to Crystal Baths". As a youngster from London and while traveling from country to country with his parents, Ian may have picked up an expat gene along the way.