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Archive for April, 2012

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There’s something about the way life flows from country to country. It’s intriguing, albeit dizzying, taking in the way people of various cultures respond to one another and the environmental factors that shape their world. I remember my first weeks trying to cross streets in Sanxia, Taiwan. Cars and scooters whizzed by, the drivers ignoring [...]

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Taiwan’s airports transforming into world-class facilities

*Guest post Being the first thing that a traveler sees upon touching down on foreign land, airports often hold a heavy burden. Airports not only need to have well-trained staff members who are able to address customers regardless of cultural differences, but also need to have upgraded facilities that can compete with topnotch facilities in [...]

Taiwan on my mind

I miss coming over to this blog to write. I’ve talked several times about making this blog both about my time spent in Taiwan and also my life now in the U.S. but somehow I haven’t gotten around to figuring out how to exactly link the two … yet. I’ve also mentioned that one day [...]

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Celebrate World Elephant Day

Many people who know me know how passionate I am about elephants. So of course, I had to share this. Tomorrow, August 12, is World Elephant Day. It is time for the world to wake up and realize how close we are to losing these magnificent creatures forever. Elephants are in trouble here in the [...]


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