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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

Running Utrecht: The sky is high and the pollution far away

I loved my Hong Kong running route. I loved the steep hills, the Tolo Harbour views, and the surprise of stumbling across creative public exercise routines such as “badminton tai chi,” […]

Posted on 20 October 2014 | 6:35 pm

The expat way-back machine: first impressions of Zhuhai

As we are in the midst of building a fourth new life abroad, I have indulged myself in revisiting a grim slice of time from our first move abroad: a pre-move recon visit […]

Posted on 13 October 2014 | 8:46 pm

White guys have big noses and other non-linguistic language lessons

I smell chocolate whenever I muddle through simple Spanish conversations. My eternal thanks for this delicious associative memory is due to an old Spanish textbook, Churros y chocolate, and its luscious cultural […]

Posted on 7 October 2014 | 8:27 pm

I love Hong Kong

I was cycling around Utrecht like a boss and enjoying the pleasant nazomer weather this weekend when I glanced at the news and remembered that I’d left my heart in Hong Kong. Fortunately, […]

Posted on 29 September 2014 | 8:45 pm

Cycling Utrecht like a boss

During commuting hours in the Netherlands, I have watched in-motion cyclists: Wear high-heels. Walk a dog. Walk two dogs. Transport an upright bass. Eat a sandwich. Hold hands. Pull along […]

Posted on 23 September 2014 | 7:50 pm

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