Fukuoka | November 2019

I remember landing in Fukuoka with eyes that perfectly depicted the very essence of sleep deprivation. At this time, I think it had been a week since I had gotten decent sleep, it all started like two days before my trip to Bangladesh. (If you're wondering how I even remember this...let's just say that the …

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Dhaka, Bangladesh | November 2019

In November 2019, my colleagues and I attended a conference hosted by Daffodil International University (DIU) in Dhaka, Bangladesh. The few days we spent there experiencing the food, music, and culture instantly made it one of the most memorable trips I had in 2019. It was only confirmed that we would be the ones attending …

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Ketchikan, Alaska & Victoria, Canada | September 2016

KETCHIKAN, ALASKA (15 September 2016) Ketchikan --- meaning "creek" in the Tlingit language, is known as the salmon capital of the world, with five different species of salmon upstreaming the many waterways surrounding the south-easternmost city in Alaska. It was actually because of this that tribes like the Tlingits and Haidas settled here long ago. …

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