6am in Hongdae, you’re sober, and you’ve gotta find a taxi home. I think a lot of young people who are from or have been to Seoul can relate to that scenario. Depending on where in Seoul you are, you might just have to wait till the bus or trains start to run again and…
Temples and Vending Machines: Japan
What I’ve most often said about Japan is that it feels like a timewarp to me. Both technologically progressive and socially conservative, the most culture shock I’ve felt was in Japan. I loved it and I didn’t find adapting difficult, but it’s the place with the most distinctive and different culture from the US that…
Learning a Second Language
Studying other languages is undoubtedly is one of my favorite things in life. Not only does it allow you to, literally, understand more people, it allows me to learn something about myself.
Studying Abroad: Hong Kong
As I prep for my next study abroad, a reflection on and some favorites from my time in Hong Kong.