Apple Hits Taiwan. Journalist Hits the Hay. (Journalist thinks up better title while brushing teeth…?) — scribbles

I took a risk by coming here. I can only say three things in Chinese: Hello, thank you and help! I’m hoping to expand that last phrase to “help, I’m a tourist and I don’t know what’s going on. Where can I buy dumplings, please?” It’s going on a 16 hour day. Despite the jet […]

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We all have demons that we would rather forget. For each person they this means something different and generally doesn’t stop at just one. A huge demon for me would be anorexia and if there is one thing that I have learned over the years is that sometimes it is easier to let those demons […]

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Books have always played a huge role in my life. From getting frustrated with librarians as a kid because they ran out of Chinese fairytales to eventually becoming an English major books have always been my escape. They got me through my first heartbreak and depression as a teenager and eventually gave me a college […]

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Avoiding Unpredictable Weather — My Roaring Twenties

By mid-May we should be aloud to expect certain things that we have been promised since childhood. Nice weather and the old saying of “April showers bring May flowers” are supposed to ring true. Yet for some reason last Friday when I looked out my window all I could see is a sheet of snowy […]

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