The news is this: I have been asked, and accepted the offer, to write an ongoing column for the Expat Living section of The Korea Herald. My theme will be building community in the Expat world: I hope to talk about the importance of community to enhancing the expat experience, and helping people who live here, to enjoy the heck out of Korea, and I also hope to feature some of the communities that add meaning to expats' lives while they live here.
The article itself:
If the link works, you can read it here on the Korea Herald's webpage.
If the link doesn't work, you can read it here, cut and pasted to Roboseyo, and magically buried deep in the past.
Finally, if you are part of an expat community, or a community involving Koreans and expats together, and you think your community should be featured in my column, drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org explaining what you do, and why you'd love to be featured, and we'll be in touch.
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Thanks for stopping by!
(and thanks also, Matt, for giving me the opportunity to write this column)