On my trip to China this summer my wife and I decided to visit some of the remoter natural wonders in the mountains ofSichuan. I had always wanted to visit this region ever since I first went to China eighteen years ago, but I never got the chance. This trip however, we finally went to the edge of the Himalayas in a journey that led us from the mountains of Greater Tibet to the East China Sea.
Living in the heart of an African village granted me an exclusive opportunity to experience the unique way of life and cultural traditions of locals, as well as view family structure and relationships with a new lens.
NEW YORK, May 8, 2012 — The Ford Foundation today announced a $1 million contribution to support the creation of a nonprofit initiative to help increase the number of American university students who spend some portion of their academic years in China.
LONDON, ENGLAND Yes, this choice is a little bit cliché but with the summer Olympic Games just around the corner, why wouldn’t you spend some time in London this year? No other city in the world provides the traveler with such a blend of history and modernity, and while you can visit some of the [...]
The first Thanksgiving in the United States was celebrated in 1863 by presidential proclamation. My first Thanksgiving was celebrated with my friend Cassi and her family in Phoenix.
Last summer, my wife and I went back to China to visit family and to see a few places we hadn’t been to before. Our trip itinerary was mostly played by ear. However, by chance, we ended up following a theme as we traveled from the coast inland. Though we hadn’t planned it, our trip [...]