- Editie: Kindle-editie
- Bestandsgrootte: 4321 KB
- Printlengte: 230 pagina's
- Uitgever: Top Floor Books; 3 editie (19 september 2013)
- Verkocht door: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Taal: Engels
- ASIN: B00FB35GDM
- Tekst-naar-spraak: Ingeschakeld
- Word Wise: Ingeschakeld
- Klantenrecensies: 13 klantbeoordelingen
- Plaats op Amazon-bestsellerlijst: #7.341 Betaald in Kindle Store (Top 100 betaald in Kindle Store bekijken)
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Living Abroad: What every expat needs to know: How to handle culture shock, foreign affairs, third culture kids, frequent travel, and other issues of expatriate living (English Edition) Kindle-editie
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"The essential survival guide. Must reading for anyone living abroad."
Louis Kraar, Senior Editor, Fortune
"In an easy-to-read, jargon-free book Cathy Tsang-Feign helps confront problems unique to the expatriate experience."
South China Morning Post
"The best survival manual I've come across. If you live overseas or are going to, read this and keep it beside your bed."
Fred Schneiter, author of Getting Along with the Chinese
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Nuttigste klantenrecensies op Amazon.com
As an expatriate of 28 years in Hong Kong and Malaysia I can identify closely with many of the pitfalls… especially now that I have returned to Australia where I had reverse culture shock. As I read through I kept on picturing particular people I have known in Asia and how they really do encounter divorce, homesickness, loneliness, profligate spending, having affairs and wallowing in the luxury lifestyle of an expat -- a lifestyle that won’t be available when they return home. This book, well-written and easy to read will make all the difference to people moving to a new country and to those who are returning home after many years abroad.
There is an even greater depth to the book because many of the issues are life issues and apply to anyone, anywhere. Though for the about-to-be or entrenched expat, this book provides the right mix of life tales and professional insights to make it an essential read.