Guest interview on ExpatsBlog.com
Honored to have been featured in the Gwangju Blog’s latest column, People You Should Know… in Gwangju.
Gwangju Freecycle is a community organization with aims to reduce waste through reuse and promote a gifting community. Read about how I started it in January 2014 and its effect on the Gwangju community.
One of the most frustrating things that most people are bound to experience is losing a wallet. It is even more frustrating when it happens in a foreign country. Luckily, it isn’t too much of a pain to deal with in Korea as a foreigner.
As the years after college creep on, I’m seeing less photos involving red Solo cups and empty beer cans on a Wednesday evening. They have been replaced with staged engagement […]
In Korea’s bali bali (hurry hurry!) culture, safety is often sacrificed for the sake of time and money. Constructing new buildings and remodeling is done at incredible speeds, yet I […]
Even though America is a “melting pot”, I still felt like I got different treatment than white people, especially when living in the south. They are usually subtle, but occasionally […]