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- Halloween 2014 2 days ago If you’re looking to celebrate Halloween with Trick or Treating, here is the low-down… On Halloween (Oct 31), take a CAB to the Singapore American School in Woodlands from 6-8 pm. DO NOT drive yourself-there is no parking. You will see giant hordes of people trick or treating on the streets...
- We celebrate Diwali because of Singapore 2 days ago Ravi grew up with only one family tradition surrounding Diwali–eating a jalebi (to give the new year a sweet start). If we had stayed in the US, that would likely be the only Diwali tradition that the girls grew up with. We would have followed their lead, and as Boston doesn’t have a huge...
- Diwali 2014 1 week ago This year we really made an effort to celebrate Diwali.We began the day with Jalebi’s to get our year off to a sweet start. This is a family tradition Ravi grew up with that we continue. Don’t tell anyone that I used a box mix. (I actually bought jalebi yesterday but woke up to find […]
- Wordless Wednesday: Diwali outfits 1 week ago Sal Mubarak! Happy Diwali from our family to yours.
- Gender and Work Assumptions (MOE form edition) 1 week ago To go along with yesterday’s post about the problem of racially based assumptions, today we’re going to talk about gendered assumptions. I took these photos of the P1 registration form I filled out last week. Along with a zillion other details, the MOE would like to know the occupation of the...
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07:15 AM November 02, 2012
I love Expat Bostonians. This blog is so helpful and extremely interesting. I am also an American expat in Singapore and I can really relate to much of what Crystal writes. Extremely well written. Since I discovered it a few months ago, like a good book I am having a hard time putting it down!
21:11 PM November 06, 2012
I love your blog. As a soon to be expat I have learnt so much from your experiences and I really feel that you've helped give me the courage to make my nervous steps towards an expat adventure.