Around our holiday table in 1979, my fractious family were gifted with a sudden ability to perceive each other as the loveable characters we truly are. The secret ingredient: an unseen substance in the stuffing.
Technology and the times both lower the barrier for writers abroad, and raise our game. Now we’re producers, directors, engineers of content.
Good time to explore the whole new world of a good book about the world. (Or a title about staying home — ‘the staycation’.)
I’m native in the Japanese language and love the country but it took the folk art Etegami to help bridge the divide.
What comes first, the hybrid self or the hybrid life? Are our most resonant peers made or born?
Most of us cannot go somewhere on the ground where all our people and our perfect lifestyle exist. We must find that psychically — call it our “global niche”.
Here’s my idea of travel torture: Sabotaging a holiday by overpaying someone to impose an itinerary on me.
As foreigners in foreign lands, when is their fight our fight?
Who’s to say if Dutch directness is rude, or honest, and if British and American sugar coating is politeness or lying?
Do warm places make warmer people? How has your body changed in adapting to a foreign climate?
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