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Blog > 2018


Retiring In Hong Kong, Summer In France, And Getting German Citizenship

  Posted Wednesday August 08, 2018 (17:08:24)   (168 Reads)


Certain parts of the world are experiencing significantly higher temperatures than usual at the moment. Rosemary Border Rabson titled her latest column 'Sweltering in the Morvan' due to the soaring temperature in her area of France.

If you're planning a move to France, take a look at our guide to French mortgages for expats.

If you've been thinking about New Zealand as your next destination, here are a few things you might not know.

Or maybe your plan is to retire to Hong Kong, like Ben Zabulis and his partner. Listen to their story in our latest podcast.

If you're not yet at retirement age, maybe you'd like to set up your own business in a paradisaic location. Here's how to register as self-employed in Antigua & Barbuda.

There are a few confusing rules around gaining German citizenship for your children if you're an expat there; take a look at our guide to help you navigate through.

If you're living in London, England, you're in for some great veggie treats! Here's a guide to vegetarian food in the capital.

If you've visited Ireland but you're not sure if you want to live there permanently, take a look at this article which might give you the info you need.

Or if you're moving to Budapest but worried about not being able to speak the language, here are some places you can visit which run tours in English.

This week, Malaysian expat Jocelyn shared her experience of living in Portugal's Algarve.

Would you like to share your experience of life abroad with other readers? Answer the questions here to be featured in an interview!


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