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For the third year in a row, Expat Insider one of the largest expat surveys worldwide offers an in-depth analysis of everyday expat life in more than 60 countries across the globe. More than 14,000 respondents representing 174 nationalities and 191 countries or territories took part and had their say on moving, living, and working abroadAnother anti-immigrant thread, oh wait, you're on about white English speaking "ex-pats".
So you found life as an immigrant good in Japan? Why is Taiwan bad for immigrants?I've lived and worked in Taiwan. It's nice enough, but not nearly as nice as the expat scene in Thailand or Japan. So, unless the survey is about beef noodle soup (Taiwanese beef noodle soup is a wonder) it's a load of auld sh1te. Dublin actually has a fairly vibrant ex-pat scene.
Ah here... Depends where you go... lived in Mexico City and never had a bit of trouble despite being of the pasty-faced Irish persuasion; ditto Merida. Mexico is a bit like the US in terms of being more like a continent than a country...Mexico number 4?? mother of divine Jésus. With the exception of a few gated communities you need your'll living license.