North Korea: Part II

“It was really difficult to be accepting while I was in the DPRK primarily because of the way Westerner’s are geared to be skeptical of the North due to its secretive nature and media representation. I’m not saying I abandoned all skepticism but for the most part I tried to remain objective. Understanding the DPRKs perspective was the entire purpose of my trip.”… Read More North Korea: Part II

Hong Kong

Seoul –> Hong Kong –> Seoul   It’s 7:00am and right now I am queuing at my boarding gate inside Hong Kong International Airport. I can see the sun rise between the distant mountains as it glistens through the haze. Exhausted, running low on Hong Kong Dollars and in need of coffee I feel compelled… Read More Hong Kong

Ewha

Ewha Woman’s University   Before anyone jumps to any conclusions, let me first defend myself.   The ISEP network (the program I applied with) only has a select number of AACSB schools on their list of globally accredited institutions. In order to take any business courses while abroad – at least ones I wanted to… Read More Ewha