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Abe and Obama to Address the Past and the Future at Summit Talks in Washington This Week

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe started a 7 day tour of the United States which includes visits to San Francisco, Boston and Los Angeles. The most important stop will be in Washington, where Abe will attend a summit with US President Barack Obama on Tuesday. 489 more words

The Fun Dome (#59): High Flying Hikes: Cuatro

The Single Guy Era marches on…

Chena Dome. Fairbanks, Alaska. 1993. Dieter Bareihs, Thor Himley and I walk into an old 1950’s C-46 wreck. We summit Chena Dome in zero visibility and wind the next day. 474 more words



It’s never a complete vacation without a hill to climb and stairs to navigate. And have I’ve got the place for you to enjoy both without a real benefit of a thrill at the end. 500 more words


Korean Drama That I most Anticipate : Orange Marmalade & School 2015: Who Are You

Untuk beberapa bulan lalu sampai detik ini disaat gue nulis buat blog ini, ada 2 drama yang paling gue tunggu-tunggu. Sebenarnya ada 3 tapi salah satunya di diskualifikasi karena pemainnya bakal bukan aktor dan aktris tapi lebih ke idol yang akting. 835 more words

My Life

Kicked out from my own country

You sent me away with an escort and an identification bracelet on each of my wrists.

K-6714 was written on the bracelets.

My name  was also written on  one, the names of strangers was written on the other, but I didn’t know it was my name until the escort read it aloud, for it was written in a foreign language which since then has became my second language. 284 more words

International Adoption

The Daily Grind - Korea

Seoul was a really interesting city to venture around (only saw a small portion) as it was a little less polished than Tokyo. There were more markets, street vendors, and little side stalls to eat in than I had seen living in Tokyo on average; there also seemed to be a more vibrant and thriving art/street art culture. 7 more words


Must Travel

Written: 9/10/2008

“Goodbye world!” is honestly what I could have said as I boarded my plane to Thailand.  I was leaving everything that I knew behind:  my family, work, culture, food and country to go teaching in a country I knew very little about.  1,718 more words