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Being in a foreign country, for education or work opportunity, has its benefits and drawbacks. A stranger from the first day onward, the classic experience of an expat is to do what it takes to adapt, to orient and fit in.

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We bring you a list of published content on the lives of Turkish Expats around the world. 

Please send us your ideas, videos and opinions on what else we should cover on our pages. We look forward to publishing your experience with the International Turkish Community.

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Turkuaz Magazine

Turkuaz is the premier source of community news, celebrity interviews, fashion and lifestyle of International Turks around the world.

The mission of Turkuaz is to provide an ongoing forum in which Turkish Expats can connect, share and inspire one another.

Since its first issue in 2002, Turkuaz has evolved from a community-oriented quarterly in San Francisco, to a cultural publication in the US, and now a digital video-magazine that caters to the collective experience of Turks living abroad.