Sunday 21st December 2014
Generation Emigration

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‘Moving home was harder than I thought’ I imagined time would have stood still since I left, that friends and family would be hanging on my every word about my life abroad. I was wrong, writes Rachael Cahill
Inspirational Irish women abroad On International Women's Day, three Irish emigrant women share their stories with Catriona Doherty
Entrepreneur sees the light WILD GEESE : Ian Carroll, Hong Kong Candle Company : After a difficult start, Ian Carroll’s candle business is burning brightly
Irishman a hot property in Manila WILD GEESE: Joe Curran, general manager, Cushman & Wakefield, the Philippines: It was a wise move to leave a property boom at home to work in real estate abroad
Best blogs by teachers abroad TeacherPort, an online resource for teachers working overseas, has just announced the winners of its 2012 best blog awards. The list is a good resource for teachers looking to find out about living and working in Asia, the Middle East or South America.
Managing a luxury hotel in Hanoi WILD GEESE: Philip Jones, general manager, Mövenpick Hotel, Vietnam: A graduate set off for the US as our boom was starting. He wound up in Dubai and Vietnam
Destination in Focus: Hong Kong Practical advice on finding a job and a place to live in Hong Kong, with useful links to Irish organisations, social and business networks and emergency assistance, written by Gateway Hong Kong.
Asian opportunities: Applications for Farmleigh Fellowship now open The graduate scheme aims to equip young Irish professtionals with the business, cultural and communication skills needed to succeed in the Asian marketplace.