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Americanah

This was my first round reading a book by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, and I loved Americanah for its humor, readability, and fearless commentary on race in America. 777 more words

Fiction

The New Normal

“Oh, no, that’s normal.  Don’t worry,”  said the repairman.  I was pointing out to him that, though he had successfully repaired the hot water heater, our kitchen sink now had less than half the normal water pressure when the hot water kicked on.  229 more words

The Politics of Cross-Cultural Wedding Planning

With four weeks to go til the big day (*spoiler alert: I am getting married in October), I can fully feel the pre-wedding stress that I swore our intimate >100 guest celebration would not cause me. 434 more words

Cross-cultural

From Film House to Ghost House: 8 Former Embassies around the World

The latest issue of Travel and Leisure includes a “Definitive Guide to Taipei.” I guess I’m a little out of touch with the magazine’s regular readership, because I lived in Taipei for 10 years and I’ve only been to one of the hot spots that they listed. 769 more words

Cross Cultural

[Video] Tanzania Snapshots: Women

Tanzania Snapshots is our educational video library, designed to provide cross-cultural perspectives for our partner churches.

Written By Arthur

Easily Impressed

The longer I stay in Uganda, the less meat I eat.

It isn’t that the meat here is undesirable. No, actually, my roommate makes some phenomenal roasted goat, and the food at formal functions is usually quite nice. 169 more words

Cana Grace In Uganda

An Article Repurposed – Challenges of Wanderlust

Below is portion of an essay that I wrote for an application. I thought I would share my wonderings from two years ago and repurpose my essay. 389 more words