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Alphabets, Music Festivals and Business Environments

Welcome to this week’s round-up of posts on ExpatFocus.com. I hope you’ve all had a good week?

We kicked off the week with an article about some of the most beautiful alphabets around the world. Did we miss any?

More fun and games abound in our features on music festivals and international drinking games – well, we all have to let our hair down from time to time!

But, of course, expat life isn’t all excitement and partying. There are more serious aspects at play, too. Clara Wiggins talks about expat depression in her latest column: something that affects many who move abroad.

What are you looking for in your next expat destination? Perhaps you want to know about education systems for your children, or the highest-rated healthcare systems worldwide. Luckily for you, we’ve done the research for you!

Of course, many expats move abroad for business reasons. Speaking of which, lots of senior businesspeople have been moving from Hong Kong to Singapore recently; find out why.

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If you’re in New York City, we’ve discovered some of the best coffee shops to work from. And here’s a guide to the best coworking spaces in Hong Kong.

Or perhaps you’re moving to London (UK), and trying to decide on a borough. The sprawling metropolis presents so many options that it’s difficult to choose. In the first part of our three-part series, Andy Scofield gives a run-down of some popular London boroughs from historic times to now.

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