How to vote while living abroad

“On Tuesday, November 8th the [American People] will make one of the most important decisions in its history”  Robert Downey Jr & others, Save the Day – Vote.   This week I signed up to vote while living abroad.  It was a bit strange to select “U.S. citizen residing outside the U.S. indefinitely and my Read More …

To the doctor – Korea style

Going to the doctor is rarely a fun experience, unless of course you’ve got a cute nurse.  Then again that was your doctor’s office back home.  In Korea going to the doctor can be a tough and downright frightening experience.  Not being able to communicate means you don’t understand whats wrong with you, what treatment you are getting Read More …

Moving in Korea

Moving to a foreign country can be tough and somehow moving within that country can be even harder.  I’ve moved apartments twice and this weekend picked up furniture for the second time in one of the strangest Korean experiences I’ve ever had.  The full story is below but I’m gonna give you some of the basics of Read More …

UNESCO exhibit at Seoul Art Center’s Hanagaram Museum

It is with great pleasure that I announce my photos are on exhibit at Seoul Arts Center!  The Hanagaram Museum is hosting a UNESCO exhibit and they accepted 4 of my photos from Vietnam & Korea.  The Hanagaram Museum is often referred to as the “best fine art museum in Seoul” and on the 3rd Read More …

4 ObMERSvations from a Local Expat

MERS (Middle East Respiratory Syndrome) is a dangerous virus.  There is no cure for this deadly pathogen primarily located in the Middle East.  When South Korea’s patient 0 was diagnosed panic swept through local populations as the blame game began.  South Korean officials issued apologies (purportedly for misinforming the public and not for messing up the initial Read More …