Contributed by Stephanie Chin Whitesel It was sometime after dark when some friends and I were standing on the platform of the Agra train station, waiting to catch our train to New Delhi. We had just come from seeing the
Contributed by Jericho Knopp Beautiful ruins Before I moved to Asia, the only thing I knew about Cambodia was that it was often featured in World Vision commercials. I remember them vividly; the emaciated dirty children playing in puddles, the
Guest post by Stephanie Chin Whitesel. (Thanks Steph!) The tai chi master Yang Chengfu who died in 1936 No, this doesn’t mean that I can break cinderblocks in half with my bare hands or catch flies with chopsticks. As
Contributed by Dusty Smith If you are like me, you will need a good translator when buying a car in Morocco. Maybe three. Morocco is a bilingual country. Arabic is spoken by almost everyone and French comes in a close
A good story leaves a mark Life in a farming town knows its rhythms. Growing up surrounded by dairy farms and wheat fields, I came to recognize the signs of seasons changing, advancing like clockwork, sure as the sunrise, never
The delusions and reality of a life abroad Hi, I’m Stacey, and I’m a single twenty-something who has been living abroad for the past six years. I can hear you now. Wow, you say, six years!
When you meet him in person, Steve Evans is a little like Clark Kent or Peter Parker. Intelligent. Mild-mannered. Unassuming. A reporter. You probably wouldn’t notice him in a crowd. But, spend any amount of time with him