News from the Four Corners
Back in Shangri-La
March 27, 2017 In
[ Pokhara ] On a dusty haze-infused afternoon, after an interminable series of flights and their patience-trying delays—after too many hours on a bus and too few in slumber—I...
Behind the Scenes with KGA Design
March 14, 2017 In
Photography & Video
[ Houston ] Viewing one’s place of origin with a fresh eye is always a challenge. During my current US visit, I had dinner with an old friend—Houston’s longstanding...
Coastal Sunrise, Rural Sunset
February 1, 2017 In
[ Manvel ] Two days from now I will begin my third consecutive month in the USA; to say I am going a bit stir crazy is a profound understatement. As a palliative measure I decided...
Transglobal Time Machine
January 20, 2017 In
[ Manvel ] After weeks of sitting behind a computer building Websites-for-Dollars, I took a day off. I threw my camera in the car and took off towards Galveston and the Gulf...
December 25, 2016 In
[ Manvel, TX ] For the first time since 2012 I find myself in Western civilization for the holiday season. In Texas no less. It’s strange, and I don’t much like it. Though...
Buford & Big Billy Bob
November 20, 2016 In
[ Yueqing ] Today I taught two classes of High School students (Juniors and Seniors) in Liushi, a small town outside of Yueqing. This is a standard Show & Tell for Frank’s...
November 16, 2016 In
[ Yueqing ] There are some tremendous advantages to being a rare foreigner in an out-of-the-way town. The foremost? Everyone wants to take you places, show you things, and impress...
November 7, 2016 In
[ Yueqing ] There are some strange customs in China, and I’m not talking about deep-fried centipedes. Or soup-slurping competitions. No. Rather, in open defiance of logic...
Mud & Zombies
November 1, 2016 In
[ Yueqing ] Spent the afternoon wandering along a seawall protecting Liushi from the tidal vagaries of the East China Sea. The day was filled with fishing boats and fishermen,...
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