Since my last post about cleaning up the street, Adam used his website design skills (need a website? He’ll help you for free) to build a platform for #CleanGwangju. On the site, which was inspired by Litterati, you can see a display of the litter that participants have cleaned up from the streets. You can also sign up for a 10-minute challenge. Simply pledge to walk in your neighborhood and pick up litter for 10 minutes. What would the city look like if everyone cleaned their neighborhood for just 10 minutes? Let’s use the power of social media to spread the word! Clean up events in conjunction with the Gwangju International Center and the Universiade sports event are in the works. Stay tuned. In the meantime, let’s #CleanGwangju!
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I'm a Korean American adoptee who moved back to Korea in 2012 to teach English and reconnect with my birth family. I thought I'd go back to America and follow the typical American dream, but I discovered a lifestyle of travel and fulfilling work. Since leaving Korea in 2015, I've been finding new ventures around the world, traveling slowly while gaining meaningful experiences and connections. Currently, I'm serving as an aquaculture extension agent with the Peace Corps in rural Zambia. I write about culture, travel hacks, my adoption story, and ways you can travel long-term on a budget while not skimping on experiences. View all posts by Lianne Bronzo