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Travel & Places
by PeterVernezze
5 years ago
A Good Walk Unspoiled: Five Fantastic Golf Courses in Northern Thailand

An overview of five courses played during a golf tour of Northern Thailand.

Entertainment
by PeterVernezze
5 years ago
What's It Like To Be a Foreigner Living in China? Unsavory Elements Offers the Unvarnished Truth

A review of the book Unsavory Elements, a collection of essays by ex-pats living in China.

Travel & Places
by PeterVernezze
5 years ago
The Top 5 Things To Do in Chiang Mai

With cheap lodging, an amazing variety of inexpensive Thai and Western food, a great music scene, and nearby trekking possibilities, Chiang Mai presents a seemingly endless variety of possibilities for the traveler. This article provides suggestions to help the first time visitor to Chiang Mai get the most out of their time in the city.

Health
by PeterVernezze
5 years ago
How to Stop Worrying and Learn to Love the Bad Air

Sometimes the ongoing disasters, environmental issues and constant dietary threats we seem to encounter on an almost daily basis, and which seriously threaten our health and our future, can have a way of beating the joy of life out of us. But you don't need to let it get you down. Using air pollution as an example, this article gives you a simple fix to allow you to remove the weight these things place on your psyche and carry on enjoying life in spite of them.

Travel & Places
by PeterVernezze
6 years ago
Sichuan Quake Redux

The recent earthquake in Sichuan is no less a disaster by virtue of not approaching the magnitude of the earlier quake of 2008. As the author says, in describing this recent quake and providing comparisons between the two, "...if hundreds of people had been killed by a disaster an hour or so drive from where you live, well, you would not call it a good day. A sadness hangs over the city." A survivor of both these events, Peter gives us a good lesson on how to best deal with an earthquake as it is happening around you and with the after-effects.

Lifestyle
by PeterVernezze
6 years ago
The Tao of Gun Control

In the face of ongoing instances of "mass murder by automatic weapon" occurring across America, can anything be learned from the ancient Chinese philosophical masterpiece, the "Tao Te Ching", to help bring us to our senses? In fact, the teachings of the Tao Masters of 2,500 years ago are incredibly relevant and on point in the current raging debate on Gun Control and should be required reading for all elected members of government, who will ultimately decide the fate of our children's right to live without fear of being mowed down by just another sociopath toting a weapon meant for soldiers at war.

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