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Writing's dialogue with myself and my life

I’m interested in an interview I read in Border Crossings with Canadian artist Betty Goodwin: She says, “A work is a deeply personal mixture of your earlier experiences and also your life at the present in this world.  239 more words


My Life in Kilts

First week back at uni and into our next project. This semester we are looking at identity under the project title of Border Crossings.

When thinking about my own identity, I went through the usual thoughts about family history and childhood memories- looking for connections. 207 more words

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Malaysian Border vs Indonesian Border

From Koh Lipe we hopped on a speed boat to Pakbarra. The 2 hours windswept ride woke us up and cured us of our looming hangovers, ready for the long day of travelling. 617 more words

Venice: La Serenissima

My husband and I are planning a month-long trip to Italy in June 2015, so an article about Venice in Border Crossings interested me. It has helped me to better understand why that city moved me so much. 594 more words


Toilets & Tea Plantations.

DAY 51 (cont.)

My advice? Don’t cross an international border when you feel like death warmed up.

To put it bluntly and also slightly overegg it, my health was… 1,658 more words

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Cambodia to Vietnam

We decided to cross into Vietnam from Phnom Penh after getting Karl’s Vietnamese visa (Not applicable for citizens from ASEAN countries) from Sihanoukville. Getting a visa from Sihanoukville is relatively easy and convenient (for most). 478 more words


Laos to Cambodia

We decided to cross over from Don Khon in order to end up at Kratie Cambodia. The border point is called Nong Kong.

Crossing the Laos to Cambodian border seemed harder than it actually is. 616 more words