Big Buddha

20 Feb 19
The Triple P

If you’re having trouble finding happiness, hakuna matata my friend, everything will be okay soon.

20 Feb 19
Bald, Bearded & Abroad

Greetings friends and family! It’s a been a hot minute since you last read my words, but it’s been a busy month for ya boy! A brief overview of my activities: the end of January was filled with a trip with the Parental Units and my sister/bro-in-law throughout the country of Vietnam, my first Tet […]

20 Feb 19
Short Term Translations

The Crazy Dog Who Became A Loyal Hound (1)    “You’re just the wife I bought with money. What qualifications do you have to manage me?”  “Don’t forget, who was the one who helped your family pay the debt your father owed the loan sharks.”  “You eat my food, use my items, spend my money, what […]

20 Feb 19
MysteryTribune

Billy Song is a writer and filmmaker currently living in San Francisco, CA. His writings usually explore human consciousness through speculative and genre fiction. He is also known for his film editing work on Inside Amy Schumer (2013), Thingstarter (2016) and The Capitalist (2008). ***** I’ve got one: a detective who’s blind in his mind’s eye. It’s a real condition, aphantasia: […]

20 Feb 19
Global Internships with CDES

And so another working week came to an end meaning two days to see and do as much as possible. On this occasion it saw me heading off in a bus Saturday morning to explore the Mekong Delta. The Mekong river flows through China, Myanmar, Laos, Cambodia and finally Vietnam, with communities living along its […]

20 Feb 19
Tokyo Past Three

Not many temples allow you to lie down to take photos of the ceiling. Enpuku-ji in Choshi does.

20 Feb 19
laurensyearinphana

The weekend just past marks our official halfway point in our year as we recently found out we’ll be returning to sunny Scotland on the 25th July. Therefore, the past week or so has been quite reflective as we’ve been looking back on all we’ve done since we’ve been here and just how much we’ve […]

20 Feb 19
My New Human Revolution

Today I recognized how my body resists things that would help relieve its suffering. Instead it tends to hold onto stress and what keeps creating that stress. This happens especially during PMS. E.g. I would be curiously dehydrated. I’ll try to reach for water but my body instead wants different textures like chocolate (creamy), chips […]

20 Feb 19
Dirty Sci-Fi Buddha

PinDoggyHoogle McSnoogleYoogle!  BIG ol’ Thanks goes out to those awesome people who bought Echo on Kindle or read it on Kindle Unlimited yesterday!  Whoever you guys and gals are…Thank You So Much!!!  🙂 🙂 😀 Get Echo Vol. 1 on Kindle here:  Vol. 1 on Kindle.  Vol. 2 on Kindle here:  Vol.2 on Kindle  Vol. 3 on Kindle here:  Vol. 3 on […]

20 Feb 19
The White Man's Burden

CNN Guest Says Depiction of White Jesus Has Been Used to Kill Millions; Shows ‘History of White Supremacy’ By Matt Hadro | December 17, 2013 | 16:32 Author Tim Wise said on Monday’s OutFront that the historical depiction of Jesus as white has resulted in slavery and genocide and “speaks to the entire history of […]

20 Feb 19

The word “soft power” was first coined by Harvard scholar Joseph Nye. He described this term as the ability to attract and co-opt, rather than using coercion which was called as hard power. When used in the context of nation-states, hard power was like using military force or giving money as a means to getting people […]

20 Feb 19
Nepal tour and trek

March and April are the best Spring months for Nepal tour and treks. While April is the peak tourist season, March is the beginning. The moderate temperature, clear sky, lowered river levels, colorful blossoms and festivals make these months the best time to travel to Nepal. Nepal has huge climatic variation because of vertically rising […]

20 Feb 19
European Property

Asia, massive and diverse that it is, offers a plethora of amazing travel destinations. Be it desert ruins, magnificent ancient monuments, snow-capped mountains, jungle treks, technology capitals or huge cities, Asia’s travel options are large. Asia is home to Mount Everest, world’s highest point, extremely salty Dead Sea that keeps you afloat, Petra, one of […]

20 Feb 19
Ridgeline Images

Some Great Places to Explore Around Tokyo There’s lots to love about Tokyo including its vibrant culture, nightlife and atmospheric alleyways full of nook and cranny style eating establishments. However, you need the occasional getaway whether you’re staying here for a few days or at regular intervals if you happen to live in Tokyo. The […]

20 Feb 19
Tramping himalaya adventures

Tour in Nepal is an ideal choice for your long or short vacation along with your family, colleagues, and alone, too. The boundless touristic activity in very affordable price is what makes Nepal and incredible touring destination. Ever since the commercial tourism started in Nepal, tourists from all around the world flocked to observe this mystic […]