This Donegal woman created an event so as to get to know the community in her town
I was the account’s 253rd tweeter, but the first living in Japan
Irish organisations facilitate integration abroad, especially for vulnerable people
From my first day in Montreal I was in love with it. Forty years later, I still am
Nollaig na mBan is just one of several festivals that salute women at this time of year
Going home for the holidays can be taxing unless I make sure to build in ‘me time’
The island of Taiwan is as easy as it is exciting for a student with not a word of Chinese
1980s Boston was exciting, but I never thought it would be home
My mother has lovingly preserved my Belfast room for 12 years while I've lived in Dublin, London and Sydney
How was the visit? Has much changed since last year? Send us your thoughts and pics
Childhood Christmases in Ireland were so exciting I want to recapture that spirit here
I will be on my own again this Christmas in France, but I’ve learned not to be sad
But my mother-in-law still insists on preparing an entirely Polish alternative selection
In Antigua, carols are sung by the sea, Santa arrives by speedboat and ants eat Advent calendars
How will our 'third-culture kid' respond to new tastes of ham, turkey and trimmings?
Readers tell us what it is like to return to childhood homes from abroad at Christmas
Tough turkey and boiled spuds and sprouts weren’t a patch on their usual Sicilian feast
Even when I moved to San Francisco in 2011, I just wanted to come back to the Netherlands
Abseiling pensioner, nun in Africa, gay rights activists and philanthropists to receive Presidential awards
Having spent time back in Pennsylvania this summer I now understand Trump’s appeal
The popular RTÉ programme is an institution for Irish families at home and abroad
I don’t know what kind of life I would have now if I had stayed at home
Ireland or Canada? Our family is in limbo until we decide where is our ‘forever home’
Encountering former president’s 'fifth province' comments in Melbourne has opened my eyes to the world
Dublin woman Patricia Hopper has picked up some unusual traditions after 40 years in the US
A couple who moved from Ireland to Australia have documented the countries’ shared past
Our struggle to establish our identity should make us have more empathy for others
101 bars and restaurants compete for title of most suggestive yet delicious creation
When we first leave, few of us think we are going for good. Time changes all that.
'We made this decision with our hearts. Then we planned and executed it using our heads'
Food Month: Preston County Raised Buckwheat Cakes are best served with sausages
Today I wear a red and white poppy, recognising the complexity of the Troubles and my identity
We’ve build a life in Seattle, and I can’t imagine going back home and starting again
This country is so far removed from America, my colleagues think they don’t have to worry
If he wins, my wife and I may follow through on our threat to move back to Ireland from Iowa
Trump does not represent the America that welcomed me and my family with open arms
In this presidential election year, the stakes are infinitely higher so I took the oath of allegiance
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Coming back has given one returned emigrant a new understanding of what ‘home’ means
Irish YouTuber Riyadh Khalaf’s video about leaving for London is striking a chord
Little is known about its origins, but trick or treating is becoming popular
Do people light bonfires, eat barm brack with rings in it and bob for apples?
Working Abroad: President of IN-USA Steve Lenox on the importance of making connections
Irish teacher in Daegu: Culture puts enormous pressure on students
Ireland: a land of 100m people where abortion is legal and Protestants are ‘devils’. We visit Boston to meet Irish-Americans whose views of Ireland are a mix of confusion and piercing insight. Photographs by Kael Alford
Competition is fierce and everything is expensive, but the city rewards persistence
As an ethnically mixed family, we deliberately chose England for its diversity
London Irish Graduate Network for professional and social contacts
Coming back to Ireland for good is hard. People tell you this. It is not a secret. But it is still a shock.
German city is becoming increasingly attractive for Irish workers. This researcher wants to find out why
I’ll always be Irish but I feel very lucky to call Malaysia my home
Mayo chef Andrew Walsh owns of one of the city’s top restaurants, Cure
The Irish in Asia: The western-influenced city state is ‘Asia-lite’, with minimal culture shock for the Irish people who work in property, business and physiotherapy
Being 17,000km from home is lonely at times but the lifestyle here has really helped me
Send us your photos showing how you celebrate Irishness overseas
Irish abroad: Was there anything for you in Budget 2017?
Mortgages, cost of living, car insurance and ‘emigrant’ college fees among top concerns
Leaving Ireland at the age of two, I think I was destined for a nomadic life
They came, they saw and they’re trying to conquer Macao’s flagging gaming industry
Hurricane Matthew ‘. . . will kill you’, our state governor earlier announced
I had to survive on the basics when my bank card was blocked after arriving in Japan
Do emigrants need a financial incentive to move back to Ireland?
US election poll gathered 5,000 responses over 7 days on irishtimes.com
Trump gets 23% of ‘virtual votes’ in online poll completed by 5,000 people
I’ve only been in Singapore a short time but now I’m headed for Hong Kong
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