If you live in DC, the embassy of the European country may be able to tell you about events in the DC area.ii) a university in your area that teaches the country’s language. may go to the Topix forum for his country as one way to catch up on what is going on back home. Also ask if folks know of a general international festival like the one they have in Houston, where countries from all over the world are represented.ii) The Expat Network: .Ask some of the professors that teach the language.(c) Go to the following websites to find out if someone can tell you if they know of an organization/group that holds events in your city to celebrate/showcase the specific European country’s culture/arts/cuisine:i) Topix.com: (You can also select the forum for the city that is the country’s commercial capital--for some countries like the U. and Germany, the political and commercial capital are not the same.) Post a question there. It’s acceptable to write in English because if a European can’t read English, they most likely aren’t living in the U. The website has a network (directory of people), forums and blogs for foreigners living in America.
If you are looking at dating site profiles of men from a country with chronically high unemployment (ex.
S.(1) Look for events and activities sponsored by an organization that is celebrating /showcasing the culture/arts/cuisine of a specific European country.
Also, perhaps there is a restaurant that serves the cuisine of that country that folks from that European country visit.
Here are some expatriate meetup webpages: expat German.
expat French.meetup.com, expat Italian.meetup.com, expat Swedish.meetup.com, etc. The webpage has a list of meetup groups for Germans/German-speakers living outside Germany. It’s acceptable to write in English because if a European can’t read English, they most likely aren’t in the U.