Jennifer Ryder Joslin and Stevo Joslin in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. The teachers, who have been completely nomadic and working online for the past two years, are currently in Malaysia. Photo: Handout Jennifer Ryder Joslin and Stevo Joslin in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. The teachers, who have been completely nomadic and working online for the past two years, are currently in Malaysia. Photo: Handout
Jennifer Ryder Joslin and Stevo Joslin in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. The teachers, who have been completely nomadic and working online for the past two years, are currently in Malaysia. Photo: Handout

Meet the digital nomads stranded in Asia because of the coronavirus

  • Asia is a popular destination for people who earn a living by working from anywhere in the world, thanks to good internet and cheap living costs
  • But many are now stuck following the Covid-19 outbreak, having to face new challenges such as extending their visas

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Jennifer Ryder Joslin and Stevo Joslin in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. The teachers, who have been completely nomadic and working online for the past two years, are currently in Malaysia. Photo: Handout Jennifer Ryder Joslin and Stevo Joslin in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. The teachers, who have been completely nomadic and working online for the past two years, are currently in Malaysia. Photo: Handout
Jennifer Ryder Joslin and Stevo Joslin in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. The teachers, who have been completely nomadic and working online for the past two years, are currently in Malaysia. Photo: Handout
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