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New Article: What You Need to Know Before Moving to Paris

Friday, August 20, 2004 (07:55:16)
by Kathryn Valdal Fourie

Shortly after moving to Paris, the fascination with the city of lights and the capital of romance can easily wear off. Your twinkling image of Paris can easily become the city of smoke filled bars, bad customer service and pavements covered with doggie doo. But if you move to Paris equipped with the following information, you should always be able to say “We’ll always have Paris”...

Read the full article here

UK Daily Newspapers Online - Catch up with E-Editions!

Thursday, August 19, 2004 (18:59:22)
Introducing a new way for expats to keep up with news and events back in the UK, courtesy of the Daily Mail, Mail on Sunday and the Evening Standard.
The latest addition to our constantly-updated Web Links pages, why not sample new E-Editions via the links below:
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/e-editions/
http://www.thisislondon.co.uk/e-editions/

New section: Expat Focus Housing

Wednesday, August 18, 2004 (10:55:57)
The latest addition to Expat Focus is our new housing section which can be accessed at

http://www.expatfocus.com/housing/

If you're an estate agent working with an expat client base you can submit your listings for free, just contact us on admin@expatfocus.com and we'll set up an account for you.

We hope the housing section becomes a useful resource for both expatriates and agents alike. As always, all comments or questions are very welcome.

Wanna be on TV this Christmas?

Tuesday, August 17, 2004 (13:56:04)
Mandy sends the following:

"I'm currently researching stories for UKTV's Christmas Special and am looking for people from England that have moved to unusual countries and miss their families back home.

I'm looking to do two different stories - one where we would reunite you with your family for a celebratory party and another looking at how you celebrate Christmas since moving to a country where Christmas is somehow culturally different - anyone interested?

Please don't hesitate to contacting me on my email address: mandy.farley@prospect-uk.com"

Culture Shock! Hungary

Thursday, August 12, 2004 (07:32:59)
Expats new to Hungary may benefit from the new book "Culture Shock! Hungary" now available from Times Books International.

Read Robin Marshall's review here:

http://www.budapestsun.com/