Today, if you enter “expatriate”, “culture” or other, related key words into a major internet search engine, an overwhelming number of web-sites come up. The following represent a small selection of the best of these.
http://www.escapeartist.com
A rich site with all kinds of information for expatriates and their families. Definitely worth a visit. It provides also a lot of real estate information.

http://www.outpostexpat.nl
This site provides lists of useful addresses and web-sites by location. It also features the SEC (Spouse Employment Centre) of Shell.

http://www.expatforum.com
Cost-of living indices, opportunities for participating in forums discussing various topics in many countries.

http://www.WorldSkip.com
A wide range of country information and articles.

http://www.expatexchange.com
An ambitious project providing a wide range of services and information for expatriates around the world.

http://www.Ftexpat.com
The Financial Times’ monthly magazine for expatriates and offshore investors.

http://www.IHT.com/athome.html
The expatriate resource centre of the International Herald Tribune.

http://www.cia.gov/cia/publications/factbook/index.html
This is the site of the CIA. It contains a very wide range of country-related information you may not find in other places

http://www.sietar-europa.org
Go to Services, then to Calendar of events, and you will find the SIETAR Europa Online Documentation Centre. Go to Home, and you will find a wealth of information on intercultural matters.

http://www.dialogin.com
The Delta Intercultural Academy is a knowledge and learning community for those who are professionally interested or involved in intercultural business and management communication.

http://www.InterculturalRelations.com
The mission of this site is to help facilitate communication among various disciplines of intercultural relations. The site is first of all for researchers.