#HomeToUs photo competition winner

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Home to us

Winner announcement! Many congratulations to Eleanor McCallin in The Netherlands who has been chosen by Becky of Little Wolf Illustration as the winner of ExpatChild’s first photo competition. The winning photo is … Thank you for all your entries, I’ve really enjoyed seeing your lovely photos. If all goes well, … Read More

Last call for photo competition entries!

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Black and white view of the interior of a store with the word home viewed in reverse

What does ‘home’ mean to you? Share your pictures of ‘home’ and be in with the chance of winning a beautiful, personalised illustration and a Trunki™ suitcase for your child. Thank you to all who have already contributed to ExpatChild’s first photographic competition. What you need to do Simply upload … Read More

A New Expat Directory

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World map in pastel colours

Rebuilt and redesigned After launching the expat business listings a few months ago, it quickly became obvious that the layout afforded by this site wasn’t going to work for an expat directory. So, I have created a brand new website for the directory listings! It is still part of ExpatChild, … Read More

Photo competition! What is home?

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What is home? ExpatChild is excited to announce its first photo competition! Share your pictures of ‘home’ and be in with the chance of winning a beautiful, personalised illustration and a Trunki™ suitcase for your child. #HomeToUs What is ‘home’ to you? We know that it is an emotive and, … Read More

Expats International Photo Contest

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Color of life

Expats photo contest – call for entries Expats International Photo Contest is announcing the opening of reception for submissions for the 2015 edition of the photography competition. Expatriates and world travelers, professional or amateur Photographers can now submit their photos to the one and only international photography competition dedicated to … Read More

Expat photo contest

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Beach at sunset Expat Photo Contest Launching poster

Expats International Photo Contest has been launched The Expats International Photo Competition has been launched with the main aim of finding the most talented photographers within the expatriate communities across the world. Open to all and suitable for professional and non-professional photographers, this competition, whose website has just been officially … Read More

A change of scene

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Under construction

ExpatChild’s facelift Welcome to the new look website. I do hope you like the new look; I love it! It’s taken a while to finalise all this change, thanks to regular South African power outages and the Christmas holidays, but the bulk of the, rather major, redesign is now complete. … Read More

Exciting updates to ExpatChild

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Expat Child is growing up! Doesn’t time fly? Expat Child has been running for over two years now and has evolved far quicker and much further than I ever anticipated. Now a ‘teenager’ in internet terms, Expat Child has outgrown its clothes and is occasionally temperamental. Mind you, the worst … Read More

Update on the Expat Chat forum

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Where has the Expat Chat forum gone? As you will have noticed, the new Expat Chat forum is still missing. Unfortunately, when this site was hacked last month, I had to do a lot of restoring, recreating, rebuilding and recoding of all sorts of strange areas both behind the scenes … Read More

Apologies for my absence

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What a week! As you may have been aware, Expat Child was hacked last week. It was a rather sneaky attack which, thankfully, didn’t kill all my articles, but was a nasty and damaging infiltration. However, it was so insidious that I had to take the website down while I … Read More