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Expat Edna

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added on 18/01/2013 by: ednacz
An American and serial expat, Edna is a freelance sports writer who moved to Paris in January 2012 after three years working in media and journalism in Asia.
 tags: food, photograpy, relationships, sport, travel
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I Love My Neighborhood: Urumqi, Xinjiang (China)  Posted on 08/27/2015
In this series, I ask expats to share the joys of local life they’ve found in their corner of the world. If you’re just joining in now, check out other cities that have been covered so far here. Today’s post comes from...
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13 ways I saved money for travel as a teenager  Posted on 08/26/2015
We were poor when I was growing up, to be blunt about it. My parents immigrated to the US in the late 1980s as grad students (immigrants and grad students: talk about a double financial whammy), and worked a number of minimum-wage jobs...
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The 5 best things I ate in Barcelona  Posted on 08/25/2015
In this biweekly series, I round up the five best things I ate in a particular city or country. Click here to read previous 5BTIAs from Tokyo, Paris, and more. All I did in Barcelona was eat. That’s what it felt like,...
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Because of Singapore  Posted on 08/09/2015
Five years ago this summer, I boarded a one-way flight to Singapore. I had recently turned 21, graduated college, and decided I wanted to live and travel outside the US for the foreseeable future. I didn’t know where to go, though,...
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Bastille Day: The Eiffel Tower does it better  Posted on 08/08/2015
A photo posted by Edna (@expatedna) on Jul 15, 2015 at 2:08am PDT It’s been well documented how much I love Bastille Day. So I always find it surprising when people say they’re going to celebrate the holiday at...
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Oh la la! A night with the firemen of Paris  Posted on 07/28/2015
Bastille Day — or more accurately, la fête nationale — is one of my favorite holidays. Partly because it kicks off every year with a huge party with French firemen. Once a year, the French pompiers all...
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Red, White, and Bleu  Posted on 07/26/2015
There’s something about living abroad that makes for the best 4th of July celebrations. Even though I’m not the most patriotic American, and have no plans on returning to the States, there’s one day a year I still...
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Life in Shanghai: June 2015  Posted on 07/18/2015
My monthly wrap-ups are for me to share personal tidbits — the little things that make up my life abroad; stories and photos which may not otherwise see the light of blogging day. See previous months here. “What is...
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I Love My Neighborhood: Sydney’s Inner West  Posted on 07/09/2015
In this series, I ask expats to share the joys of local life they’ve found in their corner of the world. If you’re just joining in now, check out other cities that have been covered so far here. Today’s post comes from...
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