Asia: Articles, Programs, Blogs, Travel Resources

Why I don't believe in country counting. 
Before I experienced it for myself, I thought that living in the world’s largest metropolitan area would cost me.
Move over Bangkok and Chiang Mai; Isaan may be the ultimate destination for English teachers. 
I'm the first foreign teacher my school has ever had in one of Thailand's most remote corners.
In a quiet Tokyo neighbourhood, a convenience store became my classroom.
 My leap from Vancouver to Tokyo as a JET Assistant Language Teacher (ALT).
Have you ever visited a place that may or may not even technically exist?
Prepare for the worst and hope for the best.
Even with a copy of your prescription, it's not always easy to buy much-needed medication abroad. Here's how we did it.
What if I told you there were places that celebrate Christmas twice?
At the end of the day, we all need a comfortable and safe space to (temporarily) call home.  
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