Parks & Rec: Dublin Edition

Did you know that Dublin has more green spaces per square kilometer than any other European capital city? Author Christina McDonald-Legg gives a quick overview of the city’s most unique parks.

Moving to London: Explore the City First

If you’re interested in moving to London, a fact-finding trip is a must. Resident and expat Karen White shares a one-week itinerary that lets you explore London’s neighborhoods, find the right place for you (or your family) to live, and still have time for sightseeing.

British Drinking Etiquette

There is no table service at pubs in Britain, so getting a drink is a free-for-all at the bar. If you don’t want to stand out from the crowd, read on for a quick overview of pints, rounds, and whether or not you can order your favorite cocktail.

Chinese Dining Customs

Did you know that splitting the cost of a meal in China is considered rude? Or that if you find it tough to use chopsticks, holding the bowl close to your mouth is perfectly acceptable? Read on for details about what to expect when eating like a local in China.

Foreigners in South Korea

In many place outside Seoul, non-Koreans are a relatively rare sight. Author Jonathan Hopfner educates visitors and prospective expats about the social climate, and he shares some history to explain South Korea’s relationship with foreigners and foreign nations.

Hong Kong Regional Travel: Bus or Boat?

According to author Rory Boland, skip the bus and set your sights on the water. Here is some helpful information about traveling by ferry, one of the more enjoyable (and often most efficient) ways to explore the region.

Moving to South Korea: Bringing or Buying a Pet

It may sound callous, but it’s worth thinking carefully before deciding to bring a pet to South Korea. Author Jonathan Hopfner talks about pet ownership abroad, including considerations like available services and housing restrictions.