(Click here for part one, with tips #1-5…)
Tip #6: To Every Thing, There Is A Season.
Beijing has a surprising variety of all four seasons, which I think is a great thing. Spring and fall, the best times of year here, are unfortunately short,… Read the rest
I’m glad that my recent series of articles on expatitis has picked up some steam in the community. I’d like to give a big thanks to reporter Todd Balazovic at China Daily for picking up on this. In his article (It’s a wild,… Read the rest
I’m pleased that my recent articles on expatitis are striking a chord among my readers. Here’s an email I received from a reader in England that I thought deserved its own page. It’s a lovely and personal example of how an … Read the rest
The following is part of the transcript of my first clinic encounter with uber-expat businessman Mr Indy Spensible, diagnosed with expatitis:
Doc: …So, Mr Spensible…
Indy: Just call me Indy.
Doc: OK, Indy. Is that short for Indiana?… Read the rest
Yesterday I introduced the concept of expatitis, a syndrome of expat ill health. I also introduced my uber-expat businessman, Mr Indy Spensible, who was having panic attacks, among other complaints. Let’s focus first on stress… Read the rest