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I’m in Accra for a couple days. I’ve been here before but it’s been awhile. Here are just a few […]
The following poem is making the rounds through the cyber-sphere in Asia. The source is unknown. Regardless of whether you […]
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As an American who writes and consults on issues related to cultural intelligence, I’ll readily admit we Americans continue to […]
I’m in Thailand this week. The other day, my American friend and I were boarding a plane here. My friend […]