Post image for Identity messages: about expat+HAREM’s founder

expat+HAREM, the global niche synthesizes numerous strands of my life’s work, experience and interests. The goal of this online community is to help 21st century global citizens achieve psychic location independence and connection to the many worlds you love to belong to.

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black cat by A.Ashman

When we invest in relationships and work in tandem with others our results can seem like magic. Sometimes even black magic.

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Post image for Expat type two: splitting the definition

Some expats are more equal than others. What separates one type of expat from another is the temporariness of the challenges.

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Post image for Reading travelers: find your historical context

Cultural wisdom historically pools at the intersection of women and travel

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Post image for Shophouse talk: architecture as a reflection of a place, its history and people

Penang’s shophouses embodied the equatorial island’s melange of cultures and its exotic mercantile history. How does architecture influence your understanding of a place, its people and history?

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Grumpy and Freezy by SKoehler

Do warm places make warmer people? How has your body changed in adapting to a foreign climate?

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Post image for Writing to save your life: defining moments become your story

When a stamp in her passport reads “Wife not permitted to work”, writing saves the sanity and career of a serial expat

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Lost Heart by EBriel

For nineteen years Elizabeth Briel was locked in a metaphorical box — first by others, and later by herself – unable to see an alternative to what surrounded her.

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Post image for What you leave behind to live more fully: attachment, impatience, expectations

I had to leave behind a feeling of security, of what I should have, the house and the husband and the car and the 2.5 kids.

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Post image for Great White People Book Club: stumbling on our false cosmopolitanism

Global thinkers must navigate and find a way to bridge worlds that might make only a sinister kind of sense.

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