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Angkor Wat in Siem Reap, Cambodia

Ancient Ruins of Angkor Wat and Angkor Thom in Cambodia

Known as one of the most significant archaeological sites in Southeast Asia, it’s no wonder that Angkor Wat and Angkor Thom proved to be my favorite destination in Cambodia. It was easy to see that the ruins

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Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month: T.E.A.L. Walk in Brooklyn

September marks Ovarian Cancer Research Month and in order to commemorate a cause that is now near-and-dear to my heart, I participated in the third annual T.E.A.L. Walk in Brooklyn. The weather could not have been better

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Ground Zero Construction

Remembering 9/11: Ten Years Later

It’s incredible to think that ten years have already gone by since the attack on the Twin Towers. I bet when people think about 9/11, they can remember exactly where they were, who they were

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Beach in Bali

Q&A: Favorite Destinations in Southeast Asia

Hey Christina! I am currently teaching English in Thailand and will also be returning to New York quite soon actually, so I am trying to plan some “before I return to the states travels.” I

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Vietnamese Students

Q&A: Teaching English in Vietnam Program

Hi I am curious what program you went through to teach overseas and whether you would recommend it? The program I went through is called Teachers for Vietnam. They’ve only been around for a few

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Gramercy Park

What a random day in NYC can look like

If there’s one thing I love about New York City, it’s that there’s always something to do at any given moment. It’s the perfect playground to be spontaneous, wonder around and see what the day