If I had to imagine as I was going through the process of writing “Floating” what the perfect launch party … Continue reading The Perfect Launch Party In Yangon
On the first floor of Pansodan Street, in old Yangon, just near the corner of Merchant, something beautiful is happening. … Continue reading It’s A Beautiful Day.
Well, here we go. I wanted to write this book forever; it seemingly too me forever and then UPS shows … Continue reading Off To Burma.
The Burmese have a different grading system when it comes to roads than we do. What they call a great … Continue reading It All Started With A Monkey And An Egg
Yangon, the former British capital of Burma still better known as Rangoon in many circles, gets short thrift as a … Continue reading On Your Mark, Get Set, Go: How To Spend 36 Hours In Yangon.
Over the past few twenty years, I have worked with more nonprofits than I care to think about; primarily because … Continue reading Education Hits The Road In Burma.
Everything everyone has ever told you about books is true. They take forever – there is no money in them … Continue reading Thank You…..Everyone.
The Burmese celebrate New Years in April, with a water party of epic proportions. Continue reading “Ko James, Pyoo La?”
So, this post is, not surprising, a post of thanks but to one specific group and person who is helping … Continue reading Thanksgiving In Bangkok
I leave on Thursday, overnight flight to Paris, onto Bahrain, and then to Bangkok. I leave on September 27, 2012 … Continue reading Have You Seen Me?