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Sep 11, 2016

Many people find their life path at unexpected times and in bewildering situations. Sometimes, people find themselves “evacuating” a certain life situation to search for another purpose. In this episode we are happy to sit down for a chat with American expat Andrea Whitaker. Andrea is very energetic so she doesn’t just sit around waiting for adventure to somehow find her. She bravely goes out on her scooter and not only looks for adventure, but hunts for it. Andrea has left over 25 years in the world of aviation and has been all over the globe learning about different cultures and lifestyles.

Today, Andrea is an English teacher in Taiwan’s technology center, Hsinchu, which is a little over 40 minutes south of the capital, Taipei. Also, she’s an affluent blogger. On her blog, she writes about her expat adventures and breathtaking discoveries.

In this episode, Andrea talks about how she is extracting quality out of her expat experiences. She mentions how her relationships with her adult students are helping her get an even deeper knowledge of Taiwan and its people. All in all, while moving at the speed of light, she keeps a positive outlook on living life abroad.


Andrea Whitaker's blog: Andi on Adventure


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