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WAIW | Don’t Listen to Me Right Now

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Today marks a milestone for the WAIW series, but I don't want you to watch it. Read More »

WAIW | We’re Not In This Together(?)

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Just like so many things the magazine discusses, the COVID-19 pandemic is too complicated to use something like "we're all in this together" as a call to action. Read More »

WAIW | How to Eat a Mangosteen

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To break-up the release of #OurNewNormal episodes, I thought I should share this week's WAIW episode about eating mangosteen. Read More »

WAIW | Morning Market Haul in Saigon

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Even though I can't go on any big adventures during the COVID-19 pandemic, I'm lucky enough to have great options for food at my local market. Read More »

WAIW | Semi-Locked Down in Vietnam

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Lots of stuff has happened over the last few weeks, and most of it hasn't been good. Today, I decided to catch you up to some of it, but only after I got back from the police station. Read More »

WAIW | Another Walk’N’Talk

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Although things have been relatively quiet online, lots of stuff has been happening in the background. Today, I thought I would bring you up-to-date on at least some of it. Read More »