Malaysian Expats In Germany

If you are looking to connect with Malaysian expats in Germany, then this page brings together all the latest expat blogs Germany written by Malaysian bloggers, any interviews, articles and news items we have here at ExpatsBlog.com.

Latest Blogs by Malaysian Expats Living in Germany

  • My European Sojourn
    Confessions of an expat-mum, wife, and writer living in Germany - trying to make her way in the world - one glass of vino at a time. I write about family, food, wine, and my travels in an attempt to dissect the world around me.

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Latest News Relating to Germany or Malaysia

  • Bermuda adds Italian channels to ExPat TV
    Italians living in Bermuda will now be able to watch TV shows and listen to radio programmes from their homeland for the first time, announced the island nation’s ExPat TV. The television...
  • US expat in Switzerland abandons citizenship mission after 43 years
    A US expat who has been living in Switzerland for 43 years says he has finally given up hope of become a citizen of the country. Seventy-six-year-old Irving Dunn, formerly a professor at the...
  • German expat engineers killed in Nigeria
    Two German expatriate workers have been shot dead in Nigeria while travelling on a motorbike without security, reports German media. The men, said to be in their mid-thirties and mid-fifties and...
  • Malaysia gaining in appeal to expats
    Expats are increasingly viewing the Southeast Asia country of Malaysia as an exciting and cost-effective destination to live in. Some 54 per cent of respondents to the Expat Explorer survey,...
  • Hidden financial and legal hurdles cause most expat stress
    A recently released survey warns that would-be expats seeking a new life overseas should watch out for hidden hurdles such as tax and currency issues or unfamiliar legalities. Up to 400,000 Brits...
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