After reading the story of a man who received a fine for belching in public in Austria, I decided to take a look at recent headlines to see where freedom is under attack in the world.
Thailand is no “great secret” and hasn’t been for some time and it does have a largely unearned reputation as an expat paradise. This means you’ll be competing against a lot of people who moved here for the weather, beaches, and women.
China’s Jianbing, a savoury crepe, has also made a name for itself in the U.S.It’s a traditional street crepe popular through northern China, it’s a quick and easy breakfast which is often devoured by the Chinese on their way to work or school.
If you thought taking photos in public with an iPad was embarrassing, you haven’t seen the MacBook Selfie Stick.
Social media platforms can be useful… but you should not put it ahead of email marketing. Because all other things being equal, email marketing still crushes social media marketing. Here are 5 reasons why:
Globalization, processes of neoliberalism and rationalization always diminish traditional cultures, either through destruction or augmentation.
THERE really is no place like Bangkok. It has been ranked the most popular city in the Asia region once gain in terms of foreign visitors, seeing almost double the number of its closest competitors, Singapore and Tokyo and definitely better than shallow, materialistic money loving Shanghai…
A pattern that many expat entrepreneurs and digital nomads have followed has been to move to Southeast Asia to enjoy low costs of living and freedom from U.S. income taxes while making money selling a productized service or other offering to Americans back home over the internet.
Generally speaking, I’ve mostly said that if / when it’s time to take money out of China, it was pretty easy and straight-forward as long as one followed China’s laws. Lately, this is more and more not the case.