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Featured on Korea.Net: Five Reasons Why I Love Conferences in Korea

August 6, 2016

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Here’s a link to an article I wrote for Korea.Net on 5 reasons why I love going to conferences in Korea. It’s an old one–published in 2015. But I am putting it in  my blog as a record of my web publication. And here’s the PDF version in case it disappears from cyberspace: Korea Blog_Five Reasons […]

My Byline on Korea.Net!

March 8, 2014

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My byline finally made it to Korea.Net! ^^ *happy dance* Korea.Net is managed and maintained by the Korean Cultural and Information Service (KOCIS), the public relations arm of sorts of the South Korean government. I’ll be doing a series of e-book reviews in English. Watch for it! ^^ I start with Notes from a Prison […]

Geeky Stuff I’ve Been Doing In Korea Part 2: Conference-hopping

May 12, 2013

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Originally posted on Organic Geek:
I can’t get enough of learning. Classes seem to not be enough. And neither are museums (see previous post on “Geeky Stuff I’ve Been Doing in Korea Part 2: Museum-hopping“), which of course feed my relentless interest on 사극 (historical drama), 한국전통문화 (traditional Korean culture), and 전쟁 (war). And so, I’ve gone to…

Geeky Stuff I’ve Been Doing in Korea Part 1: Museum Hopping

May 4, 2013

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Originally posted on Organic Geek:
I’m currently spending the Spring semester in Seoul National University. Of course I’m studying as hard as I do in Thailand, but here, it’s a lot more fun. I read, I go to classes, and I supplement this geeky-ness with even more geeky-ness via (ta-daaah!) Seoul’s many museums on Korean…

WKB Certificate of Appointment! Squeee!!!

April 22, 2012

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I finally got my certificate of appointment as Worldwide Korea Blogger (WKB) for the Korea Blog from the Korean Culture and Information Service (KOCIS)!  Squeee!!!! =) And here’s a pic of the najeon chilgi (mother of pearl lacquer ware) card case and pen that came with it. I especially like the pen! It’s so pretty! […]

Naturally Beautiful: Ancient Korean Makeup

April 14, 2012

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Blog entry on ancient Korean beauty techniques. Published on The Korea Blog of the Korean Culture and Information Service (KOCIS).

About to Read: Novelist Shin Kyung Sook’s “Please Look After Mom”

April 14, 2012

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A blog entry about novelist Shin Kyung Sook's novel "Pleaes Look After Mom". Published on The Korea Blog of the Korean Culture and Information Service (KOCIS)