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In Praise of Not “Getting Away”

I consider myself an unreconstructed urbanite. I’ve spent approximately 17% of my life, (yes, I did the math), in locations with populations of less than 100,000. The rest of it has been spent in cities. So, it was with trepidation that, after a six-­week research trip to Japan this summer, I found myself heading to the quiet and sprawling environs of…
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Living in Brazil, the Beginning

The windows are open and the sounds of the evangelical church down the road come flooding through: raucous singing, tambourines, a preacher on a microphone, rapturous fits. Last night, it was the club nearby that disturbed the peace– bass, bass, bass. That’s how it is around here, church and club battling for dominance. The nights reverberate. Dusk is heavy with sound, and the days…
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Renting a Best Friend in Odaiba, Tokyo

Yesterday afternoon, I visited Odaiba Island with a good friend. Odaiba, built on artificial land is home to Fuji TV the largest and most powerful TV station in Japan. Over the years, Odaiba has become a popular sightseeing spot for young Japanese people and tourists alike. It has become increasingly popular among Chinese and Indian tourists, as there is seemingly more Chinese being spoken than Japanese. Odaiba beach volleyball…
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“"In these fantastical stories, in which we meet labyrinth-dwellers, assassins, regular folks, and a Messenger from God, Subodhana Wijeyeratne has achieved a stirring collection that entertains and asks questions. The author's cinematic descriptions and dynamic plots won't let you put Tales from the Stone Lotus down."
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