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How to Dress Like a Local In Korea

August 16, 2019
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My Experience I’m Korean-American and grew up often visiting family in Seoul. Later in life, I spent a year working on Jeju Island. In my experiences traveling back and forth from the motherland, I’ve faced various cultural differences both when visiting Korea and adjusting back to the States. These differences include how people dress. Seasonal…

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How to Make An Authentic Spanish Meal

October 4, 2018
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When in Mexico, Tacos. When in Morocco, Cus-cus. When in Argentina, Asado. If you really want to immerse yourself in a culture and experience a country, you start at the table. Food and what happens around it gives you a glimpse into the place and it’s people. It teaches you what they value and how…

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Local Love for Kentuckiana

January 29, 2016
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We love Louisville! Even more, we love the ministries here in town that serve our community. If helping the homeless, trafficked, or abused people in your town is on your heart, this blog is for you!

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Where Is “Home”?

September 12, 2014
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I have felt at home sitting on a roof in India, riding a bike though a town in
Germany, reading a book in Nicaragua, and dancing with gypsies in Turkey. I have felt at home in places I where I don’t speak the language and I definitely don’t blend in. Why is that?

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