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Tourism Ministry survey shows tourists e...

Many expats might become complacent with all that Thailand has to offer and be cynical about whether it is worth the risk and complexity of coming to Thailand during the Covid-19 pandemic. But a survey conducted by the Ministry of Tourism and Sports found that foreign tourists have an overall positive view of travel to […]

British hunters share gruesome photos fr...

Image: Pixabay Kill Rudolf: British hunters share gruesome pre-Christmas slaughter photos. British hunters have traveled to Iceland on pre-Christmas shooting trips to kill reindeer. Ian Farrington is a deer hunter from Devon and he runs ‘Icelandic Safari’ trips which cost participants £ 2000. After sharing photos of one of the slaughtered reindeer, he commented on […]

Kuala Lumpur topped Singapore and Dubai ...

Kuala Lumpur is the number one city for expats wishing to live and work abroad in 2021, according to an InterNations survey. In January 2021, more than 12,000 expats from all over the world took part in the latest Expat Insider survey. They represent a total of 174 nationalities and live in 186 countries or […]

Kuala Lumpur: the cream of the crop for ...

Kuala Lumpur won this year the title of “World’s Best City for Expats” in the annual survey conducted by InterNations, the global expat network. Based on responses from more than 12,000 members around the world, the ‘Expat City Ranking 2021’, published on Wednesday, judged 57 cities on the basis of the quality of city life, […]

Czech news round-up: Monday, December 6,...

15:15 Slovak Minister of Health proposes to extend confinement Slovak Health Minister Vladimír Lengvarský has offered to extend the country’s current two-week lockdown by an additional week, until at least December 16. Any further easing of restrictions would primarily affect the unvaccinated and those who have previously had Covid. Lengvarský said the situation in Slovakia […]

Czech weekend news summary: December 4-5...

December 5, 2021 15:26 Former President Klaus breaks ankle while hiking Former President Vaclav Klaus slipped on an outdoor trail in the Giant Mountains and broke his ankle over the weekend, a spokesperson for the Vaclav Klaus Institute told reporters today. After being treated at Bulovka Hospital in Prague, Klaus, an octogenarian, goes for a […]

Strengthening Japan’s border controls wo

Concerns are spreading among Japanese nationals living abroad after Japan tightened its border controls amid fears over the omicron variant of the coronavirus. “I was worried that all international flights would be suspended,” said a woman living in the suburbs of New Delhi, whose son, a third-year high school student, plans to return home this […]

Czech news round-up: Thursday, December ...

22:15 Gunman tries to attack Czech prime minister Outgoing Prime Minister Andrej Babiš said today that an armed man tried to attack him on Wednesday, but the assailant, who had a gun and a knife, was arrested at the entrance to the office of the government. Babiš reported the attack through his Facebook profile. Police […]

Expats more likely to move home after Co...

However, despite the drift home of those living abroad and the post-Brexit implications for millions of people, Covid-19 has done little to alleviate the ambitious nature of the expat lifestyle. . The appetite for the experience of living abroad has increased, with almost a quarter (23%) of those currently based in their home country expressing […]

The Simpsons Episode Denouncing the Auth...

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – A 2005 episode of “The Simpsons” containing references to the Tiananmen Massacre is missing from the Disney + streaming service in Hong Kong. In season 16, episode 12 of the famous cartoon, titled “Goo Goo Gai Pan”, the family travels to China because Marge Simpson’s sister, Selma, wants to adopt a […]