Monthly Archives: June 2014

When the Elephants Dance

Here is footage of the Japanese man who set himself on fire in protest of Japan’s re-militarization; a pending decision that will irrevocably change Asia’s equilibrium. In my opinion, with the withdrawal of US influence globally we are entering a … Continue reading

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Farewell In Bangalore

   

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Teaching in Vietnam

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What is Educational Development? Why Do You Love It?

My passion is Educational Development. That is the educational factor of Human Development. Educational Development is an area of thoughts and theories that mixes Education, Policy, Social engineering, Sociology, Public Relations, and Development Science into one youthful and fulfilling endeavor. … Continue reading

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Gaikokujin Vs. Expats

Gaikokujin Vs. Expats In the last year, I have lived in or visited eight Asian countries, over this period I slowly started to notice a difference between the communities of expatriates that I have encountered in each country. I determined … Continue reading

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Social Media and Free Speech

One of the unique conundrums of social media business is the weak entry/exit barriers. It is almost impossible for an existing social media firm to prevent a competitor from entering the market. This inability is the reason you have at … Continue reading

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A One Chopstick Policy

General Nivea Sanyo decreed to his people that to save wood, cut gluttony, and engineer a modest society the people would be limited to one chopstick per meal. With grace they would have to eat each item precariously, always fearful … Continue reading

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Dream and the Dreamer: Sai Gon

  A little matchmaker had presented her to me from one of the large binders of potential love-partners that the matchmakers of the old world carry from house to house. Ever since those days I wanted to meet her. It … Continue reading

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