This is the second of a two-part account of my life in Tagaytay, Cavite after moving from Metro Manila.
This is a great story about the dramatic changes in a woman’s life before and after she came to Korea.
In this 2014 interview an Englishman talks about wandering around SE Asia in an attempt to find himself. In Part 1 the journey is a rather pointless move through space. In Part 2 he acquires some self-knowledge and finds love.
This is a 2012 interview with a young Australian woman living in Japan. She discusses the English teaching jobs she’s had in Japan, her relationships with her Japanese husband and his parents, a frightening episode with a stalker, and her adjustment to becoming a housewife in Japanese society.
This post consists of two stories from a 1989 interview with colleagues at Xiamen University. The stories are good examples of the bizarre everyday hassles of living in China.
In the second part of this 2011 interview, journalist Ana Santos talks about being a single parent in a country without divorce, her work with other solo parents and her support for the wives and children of Filipino enlisted men who were killed or incapacitated in the line of duty.
A year and a month after Ondoy, which flooded her home in the Philippines, the author has moved back to a new home in Quezon City.
Two American women get resettled in Metro Manila after the typhoon called Ondoy and Ketsana.