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geopats.podbean.com stephfuccio(gmail.com ..read more
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https://virtualexpats.podbean.com ..read more
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  This is a recommendation episode, where I tell you more about episodes from my other podcasts that came out this week AND some ..read more
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This week we expat chat with first time expat, Miicher, a Florida, US native who decided it was time for a change. Miicher is a teacher, ..read more
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  THE NEXT Bookish Expats podcast episode will be published at 12pm Friday, July 26th China time. (Which is 4pm Fri in Auckland, 9am Fri ..read more
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  The Global Soul by Pico Iyer is a seminal geopat book. Stephanie and Summer (Steph’s Co-Host on the new podcast Creatively Complicated ..read more
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Antonella Moretti is the Author of Parsley and Coriander, a fictional book about an Italian expat community in Suzhou, China. Antonella has ..read more
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Hello wonderful Bookish Expats podcast listeners,  We are getting ready for Season 4 of Bookish Expats. This means a new Co-Host (Tatjana ..read more
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Heather from Sunshine and Summit podcast is gearing up for her twice a year Sunshine Summit for August 2019, where she interviews ..read more
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In this podcast episode we chat with Tatjana, in her words “a German married to an Indian-Chinese - or Chinese-Indian depending on the ..read more

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