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My Grandparents’ Soil Where My Heart Finds a Place

             Having emigrated as a tiny baby from the small country of Belarus whose inhabitant amount hardly exceeds nine million, I was...

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A Croatian Relaxation

My trip started off as any normal, long-distance trip starts. I hopped on a plane and hoped that I would find enough entertainment to last the flight, so books are a must on those eight...

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Nauvoo: A City of The Faith

During the summer of my sophomore year of high school, the youth of my church, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, had visited the magnificent city of Nauvoo, Illinois: the...

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Tourist or Native? A Chinese Adoptee Returns to Hangzhou

Sipping Hangzhou’s famous Dragon Well tea from a small plastic cup, I hear the company representative through our translator, who talks of the tea’s color, texture, temperature... I turn...

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A.M. Accomplishments in Israel

I stepped out of the Alexander Hotel onto the silent streets of a dimly lit Dizzengof Street as adrenaline coursed through my veins; the clock told me it was 2 AM in Tel Aviv,...

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Just A Place In China

A blue tooth brush, a cartoon about a boy, and a little white dog; that’s the extent of the memories, I have of my early life in China.  I left when I was 3 years old and going back, I had fancy...

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Exhilarating Adventures in an Unknown Country

     After the 13 hour flight, I was ready to get off the plane.  In addition to the long plane ride, I did not understand anyone.  I was so scared that I was going to get...

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A Time to Reunite

When I was less than a year old, my father decided to leave my mom and I with any form communication between him and us. Twelve years later, my mom and I learned from my father's sister that...

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The True Indian Experience

“Mom, what are we doing for Christmas?,” I ask my mother with excitement. “We are going to visit your Grandma and uncles” she responds rather bluntly. That...

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Home Sweet Home

I have been craving the sweet taste of lambutants, the sticky, hot weather alternates with heavy rain, and, especially, I have been missing a piece of home. A month ago I came back from...

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