(An Excellent Survey of changing Lifestyle of Children of Expats... I like the segmentation...Chidren of Expats)
BANKS still produce something useful. A new survey of expats in 14 countries by HSBC offers an indispensible guide for children who are dragged around by their globe-hopping parents. The grown-ups may fret about schools and a family-friendly culture. Children have more important priorities: where to get cheap video games, decent burgers and long hours in front of the television. Those craving an unhealthy diet should make for America, where more than half of the expat parents said that their children had eaten more junk food since relocating. Keen gamers should consider China and Canada, whereas telly addicts should nag their parents to move to the United Arab Emirates or India.