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Haarlem Talks - with Rodrigo

Finally, the month of Christmas is here! This year somehow the holiday season seems much more exciting than ever, probably because I am in Haarlem and so is Rodrigo! I hope you enjoy the interview with this remarkable young man while drinking…
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Haarlem Talks -with Tero Angeria

Happy November! Now that the last month of autumn has arrived we should enjoy the last moments of it with hot chocolate, nice autumn walks, and the Haarlem Talks, of course! This month we would like to introduce you to a new expat. To find out…
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Interview of the month - November - with Jo Self

Helping people to understand cultural nuances and enjoy their new surroundings is what I love doing. Through these monthly interviews, you will find personal stories, tips, and advice. This month I introduce you to Jo!  Original country:…
Hong Kong
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Interview of the month October 2017 – with Natasha Jain.

Moving Abroad Successfully, is it possible? Since it’s my mission to support expats taking this step and integrate with success, I take these regular interviews with experienced expats. How do they do it? How do they settle in, effectively? Let’s…
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Haarlem Talks - Samantha Caputo

Welcome to Haarlem Talks! This is a new monthly interview series for ExpatsHaarlem. Being an expat myself I was interested in a lot of things other expats think, feel or experience living in Haarlem. In Haarlem Talks, we get to know a new Haarlem…
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Interview of the month September 2017– Interview with Kristen Palana

While supporting expats to settle in smoothly, I publish these interviews, revealing personal stories, tips, and ideas. Arriving in a new country is such a change, so how can you make it feel ‘’Home’’ easily? This month, answers are…
Jakarta
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Interview of the month 2017 Summer Edition with Merel Nahuysen

In my goal to inspire and supporting people, I publish these interviews, revealing personal stories, tips and advice. Moving abroad is a big change and often challenging, but also filled with opportunities. Or not?  This month I introduce…