A French woman talks about her twelve years in the merchant marine, from student to cadet to officer.
An Australian describes teaching English in language schools in Taiwan and Japan, followed years later by teaching at a Japanese high school.
An English teacher at a university in Korea makes a spelling mistake, confesses to having dyslexia and discovers what that means in a “shame culture.”
Before the National Adjunct Walkout Day in the US, I interviewed a former adjunct professor from California who is now teaching in South Korea. She spoke of her teaching experience in both places.