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Expat Lingo

Observations of a Serial Expat. An American who has lived in Zhuhai, China; Cambridge, England and now Hong Kong. Comics, humorous stories, thoughts on Hong Kong vs. The Mainland, Hong Kong news and more

Expat Lingo has been "Freshly Pressed" by Wordpress and received a great write-up on the choosey "Hong Kong Blogs Review."

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Most Recent Posts from Expat Lingo

Everything is Awesome! … if you’re out of the country when the movers arrive

All of our worldly belongings (minus the items left in storage-purgatory nine years ago: ladder, first generation Tivo, beige computers) have left Hong Kong and are on a cargo ship […]

Posted on 7 July 2014 | 4:04 pm

A farewell to my Hong Kong running route

Does your regular run include lush jungle foliage, stunning views, an old plastics factory and a Tang clan ancestral hall? (If it does: Hi! I know you.) The air in […]

Posted on 1 July 2014 | 12:04 am

Dafen 大芬 Art Village: Mass Art for the Masses

Dreamt of owning Starry Night but too timid to pull off a heist at the Van Gogh Museum? Then Shenzhen, China’s Dafen Art Village is your (relatively) lawful solution. In this odd corner […]

Posted on 24 June 2014 | 2:32 am

Eating my way through the Hong Kong departure pain

With my departure from Hong Kong looming before me, I’ve given in to gluttony and am eating my way around Hong Kong to dull the pain of goodbye. Short on time, I’ve focused […]

Posted on 17 June 2014 | 2:04 pm

What this expat does next will completely blow your mind!

Or perhaps it will just leave you scratching your head. Faithful readers will recall that I’ve suffered “serial expat angst,” also known as Dante’s Fifth Circle of Hell (for the sullen), […]

Posted on 9 June 2014 | 1:42 pm

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