Italian Expats In Singapore
If you are looking to connect with Italian expats in Singapore, then this page brings together all the latest expat blogs Singapore written by Italian bloggers, any interviews, articles and news items we have here at ExpatsBlog.com.
Latest Blogs by Italian Expats Living in Singapore
- Italiani a Singapore
Everything an Italian in Singapore needs to know / Tutto quello che serve sapere per un Italiano a Singapore
- Diary of An Expat in Singapore
I'm Jennifer. I come from Verona, Italy and have lived in Singapore the past six years with my Italian husband and two children. I am a freelance journalist, university lecturer, avid reader, and hopefully a good friend
Latest Expat Interviews/ Articles
- Danish Expat Living in Singapore - Expat Interview with Mathilde
After years of globe trekking, Mathilde finally found peace in the idyllic Danish family-setting in Copenhagen: good job, nice apartment, happy children in schools and grandparents/close friends just...
- Expat Author Interview: Diary of An Expat in Singapore
Besides being an author, Dr. Jennifer Gargiulo is a university lecturer and avid blogger. Her blog Diary of An Expat in Singapore (see listing here), has been featured frequently in magazines such as...
Latest News Relating to Singapore or Italy
- Italian authorities seize expat villas built on farming land
Following the news yesterday that yet another Spanish villa owned by expats had been demolished, today’s headlines reveal that expat villas in Italy have been confiscated for similar reasons....
- Changes to Italian tax regime to hit hard on expats
Recent changes to Italy’s tax structure will mean that expats living in the country must declare more information about assets held overseas, including overseas property and savings. Previously,...
- Salary cuts for expat lecturers in Italy branded as discrimination
Massive salary cuts of up to 60 per cent imposed on British and European expat lecturers at three top Italian universities have been branded as racist by leading politicians. The lecturers subject...