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    9 sure ways to live in France for as long as you want.

    posted in Facts About Paris on Sunday, 30 October 2016

    You’ve been here in Paris for a day, and it’s already in your blood.  The food, the fashion, the very air you breathe proclaim, “this is my home.”

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    The 2017 French Presidential Election: Top Candidates’ Migration Programmes.

    posted in on Tuesday, 18 April 2017

    I started writing this post from Valence, a southeastern French city where I've been invited by friends to spend the Easter weekend. I got back to Paris last night and had to finish it before publishing it today. Like at any traditional French family mealtime, a few topics emerged going from food recipes, to world’s current affairs via the upcoming French presidential elections. At Expats Paris, we don’t talk at about current issues, we don’t either write about French political issues. While discussing with my friends (during this Easter five hours meal), I had a thought about an almost-similar conversation topic I had a few weeks ago with Christian and Tony on WhatsApp. Our conversation brought up concerns over the way French people should vote for. We basically expressed our worries about a candidate that may lead the country to a Frexit and lock it up to itself, throwing away all the cultural and economic benefits it’s been enjoying from its Foreign Policy and immigration, in particular. Back to the dinner table.  

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    The 2017 French Presidential Election: Top Candidates’ Migration Programmes.

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    I started writing this post from Valence, a southeastern French city where I've been invited by friends to spend the Easter weekend. I got back to Paris last night and had to finish it before publishing it today. Like at any traditional French family mealtime, a few topics emerged going from food recipes, to world’s current affairs via the upcoming French presidential elections. At Expats Paris, we don’t talk at about current issues, we don’t either write about French political issues. While discussing with my friends (during this Easter five hours meal), I had a thought about an almost-similar conversation topic I had a few weeks ago with Christian and Tony on WhatsApp. Our conversation brought up concerns over the way French people should vote for. We basically expressed our worries about a candidate that may lead the country to a Frexit and lock it up to itself, throwing away all the cultural and economic benefits it’s been enjoying from its Foreign Policy and immigration, in particular. Back to the dinner table.  

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    The 2017 French Presidential Election: Top Candidates’ Migration Programmes.

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    I started writing this post from Valence, a southeastern French city where I've been invited by friends to spend the Easter weekend. I got back to Paris last night and had to finish it before publishing it today. Like at any traditional French family mealtime, a few topics emerged going from food recipes, to world’s current affairs via the upcoming French presidential elections. At Expats Paris, we don’t talk at about current issues, we don’t either write about French political issues. While discussing with my friends (during this Easter five hours meal), I had a thought about an almost-similar conversation topic I had a few weeks ago with Christian and Tony on WhatsApp. Our conversation brought up concerns over the way French people should vote for. We basically expressed our worries about a candidate that may lead the country to a Frexit and lock it up to itself, throwing away all the cultural and economic benefits it’s been enjoying from its Foreign Policy and immigration, in particular. Back to the dinner table.  

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    Volunteering in Paris: Why, How and Where to Volunteer.

    posted in on Monday, 27 March 2017

    With busy lives in Paris (like many other huge cities), it can be way-too-hard to get time to volunteer. That said, the benefits of volunteering are actually enormous to everyone and most especially to an expatriate, their family, and the new community they’ve moved to.

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