How does a highly mobile expat family celebrate Christmas? This is the story of one multicultural family’s Christmas tradtions.
SteelRichards Curried Pumpkin Soup, modified by time and country. It’s a flexible recipe, ready for use by those living in familiar and unfamiliar places.
by It’s high holiday time with the US Thanksgiving just wrapping up and even in my little corner of the world, Christmas is jingling into the grocery store speakers. I live on the subtropical island of Taiwan, so I’m always amazed to hear “Stille Nacht” or “Santa Claus is Coming to Town” as I wind […]
by One of our biggest concerns as expat parents is assimilating our own culture in our lives, as much as we love learning about other cultures, especially of our host country. Depending on where you live, this may be a difficult or easy task. Some countries are open about allowing different cultures to thrive, while […]
by In our family, we celebrate the “New Year” twice a year. On December 31, we try to stay up late so we can shout “Happy New Year” as the clock strikes midnight (or at least until the ball drops in Times Square in New York City at 11 pm our time). This year, we […]