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Doug’s take on the various regions and countries around the world, including which ones offer the best potential for international diversification.
Last week we introduced you to Michael G. Hines, an educator living in Bangkok. As Michael noted, teaching English in Asia is a great way to get one’s foot in the door, as nearly all the countries will issue a work visa. Then it becomes much easier to pursue residency. Today, Michael continues his tour of Southeast Asia as he covers the basic requirements needed to get residency in Malaysia, the Philippines, South Korea, Thailand, and Vietnam.
There is no doubt that China is a major force in today’s world. Indeed, the “Middle Kingdom” is no longer a “sleeping dragon” and is shaking the world, just as Napoleon predicted.