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Why I'm Becoming a Consultant

It still amazes me how much things have grown from what I thought this site would be.  I’m still less than a year into writing and only thought that people in the United States, the Republic of Korea and maybe Canada would ever read what I wrote.   519 kata lagi

South Korea

The Biggest Museum in the World

I’ve been to a ton of museums both on home and foreign soil but The National Museum of Korea definitely casts a shadow on even the British Museum which is massive in my opinion (but then everything seems massive to me …).  372 kata lagi

Year Abroad

9 Highlights of Jeju Island, South Korea


South Korea is full of wonders and one of the highlights surely has to be Jeju Island. This tropical paradise is one of the best-kept secrets in Asia… 8 kata lagi

Sad Peninsula by Mark Sampson

My mother was a voracious reader. I remember watching her as she read on the couch or a deck chair, slowly turning the leaves as if she was counting the pages rather than gobbling up hundreds of words at a time. 1.426 kata lagi

Writing

Why is traveling important?

Traveling has been a tool for my development; it has allowed me to flourish both mentally and spiritually. I can’t even begin to express how very thankful I am for having been given this opportunity to explore the world and learn. 778 kata lagi

All

​Review: Human Acts by Han Kang

Goodreads Synopsis:

From the internationally bestselling author of The Vegetarian, a rare and astonishing (The Observer) portrait of political unrest and the universal struggle for justice. 590 kata lagi

Blog

Cadence Column: Asia, April 24, 2017

All eyes on Korea means all eyes on China, which means all eyes on Trump. What’s at stake?—not nuclear war, not regional war, not freedom for northern Koreans, but a trade deal with China. 275 kata lagi

China