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Our Inter Nations events and activities are a great way to get to know other South Korean expats in your city and Koreans in Singapore. Then simply sign up to become a member and you will soon be warmly welcomed among our Koreans living in Singapore.
For many of Singapore’s frustrated PMETs, Hardware Zone’s forum page has long been the online playground of choice.
"47% of expat parents in South Korea rate the quality of education as excellent this year compared to just 22% last year," said the report. Mexico — Expat parents said not only did they have a good work-life balance in this country, which gave them more time with their children, but Mexico also hit the 8th spot for the subindex Friendly Attitude Toward Families with Children. France — Being able to speak the local language is also a major factor for expat parents.
The survey showed that overall 36% of expat kids speak the local language but in France 60% of parents say their children are excellent in French. Germany — Germany offers freely available, high quality education but expats prefer to send their children to international schools, rather than "national schools," such as "Deutsche Schule," — only 7% of expat parents opt for this choice. Sweden — The country fell from 3rd to 5th this year as a result of a decrease in the Quality of Education subcategory.
Among the members of our international expat network, there is also a vibrant circle of Australian expats, coming from Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney and all regions of Australia.
a dinner in Singapore’s hippest restaurant or an outing with other Australian expats to explore Jurong Island.For him, it was never about realising that Singaporean or Asian girls are “the best.” At their Muay Thai Camp, they never even spoke until there was a gathering over some beers.It was then that Denise says they realised they got on like a house on fire.Our regular expat events organized by our Ambassadors at the best venues in town are a fantastic way to meet fellow Koreans in Singapore.
The possibilities for interacting offline are sure to satisfy a wide range of tastes, from a hip dining experience in one of Singapore’s trendy restaurants to a joint trip to the Central Area or CBD.
The "Lion City" has a great community of Koreans that can help you make the most of your expat experience.