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THE RAW AND THE LIVING: Become a Connoisseur while Eating Live and Uncooked Foods

It doesn’t matter what kind of consumer you are, as long as you find it important to recognize that all diets are...
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Lotus Lantern Festival: What a Long, Strange Parade It Is

When I was a young upstart back in my college days, I was a Deadhead (for the record, I am STILL a Deadhead). What ...
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Adventures in Oman: An Interview with A Local Expat

Recently, some of you may have seen an excellent article posted in the ‘Society’ section of this site that disc...
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Five Techniques that Make Learning A Foreign Language Significantly Less Impressive

“What did you eat for breakfast as a child?” asked a wide-eyed woman from across the conference table. My frien...
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The Hangover: Remedies from Around the World

We all know that the best way to prevent a hangover is, of course, not to drink. But what if you’ve already start...
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Fifty shades of Gay.

50 Shades of Gay: Perspectives of Gay Korea A Tale of Two Emotions “You’ve never been to West Hollywood’s Pri...
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Five Traditional Characteristics of Modern Korean Apartments

Korean architectural tradition is dead, a fact to which any modern Korean city like Seoul will attest. Homogeneous ...
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Soccer + Tennis = What? Korea’s Insane National Sport

  I have to admit that when I was asked to write an article about a Korean game called jokgu (족구/足球), I wa...
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The Love That Some Love to Hate: Aegyo

Does this warm your heart? Or make you sick to your stomach? aegyo (애교) /āgyō/ (noun): The act of being overl...