Living Abroad

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    On this episode of Living Abroad, American families down under in Sydney, Australia. There are lots of similarities, but see how the Aussie lifestyle is quite different too. Sydney is considered one of the world's most expensive cities.

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    On this episode of Living Abroad, American families are adjusting to life in Brussels, Belgium -- the Capital of Europe. While it's one of the more affordable European capitals, Americans still face everyday challenges from trying to learn

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    On this episode of Living Abroad, American families ride high in Shanghai and discover the challenges of living in communist China's largest city. Find out how they navigate the health care system, learn the rules of renovating and develop

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    On this episode of Living Abroad, American families move to the coastal city of Barcelona. Spain. The people here call themselves Catalonians, not Spaniards, and set themselves apart from the rest of Spain via their food, culture and langua

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    On this episode of Living Abroad, American expats adjusting to their new lives in a Muslim world in Dubai, the largest city in the U.A.E. While some of the traditional laws are strict, this desert oasis also provides many modern convenience

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    On this episode of Living Abroad, American families are settling down in the world's most livable city, Melbourne, Australia. It may look and feel like a big city in America, but with it's wide open spaces, and even wider vocabulary, Melbo

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    On this episode of Living Abroad, Americans move to Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic. Some 20 years after the fall of communism, Americans learn that Prague's now a city of the future with few restrictions. Host Chi-Lan Lieu visits

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HGTV's Living Abroad picks up where House Hunters International leaves off, showing how Americans actually live in a foreign city. Host Chi-Lan Lieu gets to know each family and uncovers what it really takes to make the move and adjust to everyday life in a completely foreign land. Should you buy or rent a house? How do you find adequate kitchen appliances and furniture? What about the language barrier? What type of school will the kids go to? Before you pack your bags, see how others have tackled Living Abroad.

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