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Letters from Singapore By William Boot
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Letters to friends detailing the curious experiences and discoveries of an ex-patriate living in Singapore
Slingapore - It'll Be Off The Cane! By Benjamin Durbin
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For Benjamin Durbin, Singapore was the very first destination outside of the typical "American Bubbles" his previous travels had taken him. It was just the spark he needed to ignite a... More > fascination with global adventuring. Through a fortunate job assignment, university instructor Aaron Payette was able to orchestrate the uniting of three childhood buddies, on the other side of the earth. No strangers to travelling together, these close friends have embarked on a myriad of journeys, many before they were even done with high school. Complete Asian travel rookies, Martin Lamer and Benjamin Durbin had the opportunity to join Payette in Singapore during the spring of 2011. Several amazing meals and a couple of international incidents later, the trip was nothing less than a gem of an adventure. Follow them on their monumental journey through Southeast Asia as told by Durbin, who was able to faithfully maintain a journal to record it in all of its glory and disgrace.< Less
Quests of the Dragon and Bird Clan By Paul Kekai Manansala
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"Quests of the Dragon and Bird Clan" examines how the seafaring trading people known as the "Nusantao" from Insular Southeast Asia influenced world history. This is a... More > "blook," a book based on a weblog (blog). The decision to publish the book came after requests to make the information in the blog available in an easier-to-read and more portable format. The advantage of the printed work is that the blog entries are arranged in easy-to-manage chronological order with out the need for the clicking through the blog archives. The glossary entries are also in alphabetical order for easy look-up, and a word index and table of contents further increase the readiblity of the blog/book. Important supplementary articles have also been included in the appendices. A must-read for those who think there is more to history than what we find in "mainstream" publications.< Less
Quests of the Dragon and Bird Clan By Paul Kekai Manansala
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"Quests of the Dragon and Bird Clan" examines how the seafaring trading people known as the "Nusantao" from Insular Southeast Asia influenced world history. This is a... More > "blook," a book based on a weblog (blog). The decision to publish the book came after requests to make the information in the blog available in an easier-to-read and more portable format. The advantage of the printed work is that the blog entries are arranged in easy-to-manage chronological order with out the need for the clicking through the blog archives. The glossary entries are also in alphabetical order for easy look-up, and a word index and table of contents further increase the readiblity of the blog/book. Important supplementary articles have also been included in the appendices. A must-read for those who think there is more to history than what we find in "mainstream" publications.< Less
Quests of the Dragon and Bird Clan By Paul Kekai Manansala
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"Quests of the Dragon and Bird Clan" examines how the seafaring trading people known as the "Nusantao" from Insular Southeast Asia influenced world history. This is a... More > "blook," a book based on a weblog (blog). The decision to publish the book came after requests to make the information in the blog available in an easier-to-read and more portable format. The advantage of the printed work is that the blog entries are arranged in easy-to-manage chronological order with out the need for the clicking through the blog archives. The glossary entries are also in alphabetical order for easy look-up, and a word index and table of contents further increase the readiblity of the blog/book. Important supplementary articles have also been included in the appendices. A must-read for those who think there is more to history than what we find in "mainstream" publications.< Less
Quests of the Dragon and Bird Clan By Paul Kekai Manansala
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"Quests of the Dragon and Bird Clan" examines how the seafaring trading people known as the "Nusantao" from Insular Southeast Asia influenced world history. This is a... More > "blook," a book based on a weblog (blog). The decision to publish the book came after requests to make the information in the blog available in an easier-to-read and more portable format. The advantage of the printed work is that the blog entries are arranged in easy-to-manage chronological order with out the need for the clicking through the blog archives. The glossary entries are also in alphabetical order for easy look-up, and a word index and table of contents further increase the readiblity of the blog/book. Important supplementary articles have also been included in the appendices. A must-read for those who think there is more to history than what we find in "mainstream" publications.< Less
Retiring on $500 a Month By Ken Bayliss
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Get away from northern winters! Travel to the wonderful Orient and see life, live life and have a real and very affordble life! Information on: Countries Cost of living... More > Apartments Health Pastimes etc. From Thailand to Cambodia and the Philippines. This e-book has all you need to set sail on a wonderful adventure. Come see what a better lifestyle you can have on such a small amount as $500 a month.< Less
Is That a Cricket In Your Pocket? By Haley Jacobson
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It's hard to end up in China by accident. But when you do, you'll be ready--so long as you take this handy pocket manual with you. With years of experience apartment-hopping through China, Haley... More > writes with humorous insight about cultural differences and mundane life events, with a flair for the absurd. Get ready for hilarious food misadventures, E-bike crashes, failed musical attempts, and what it's like to be in the presence of insect royalty. Haley is a recent graduate in Linguistics from Reed College. She has been telling stories since her first novel was accidentally erased at the tender age of five. This is her first full-length book; further writings can be found on her website www.Adventure-ish.com< Less
Japanese Women in Meiji Period By Farrukh Khan
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Historians agree that the Meiji era in Japanese history presented a succession of large reforms that were to bring about an improvement in Japanese society. Compulsory education for women and a... More > greater tolerance for debate were amongst the positive improvements of the Meiji era that were to enhance freedom and the position of women. However, even the Meiji government could not change the fundamental psyche of the Japanese and a complex interplay of class, poverty, gender inequality and exploitative forces continued to act against rural women from of masses. This brief essay presents a discussion about women in Japan during the Meiji era and it will appear that although the Meiji government did try to improve the situation for women in Japan, it could not alter fundamental influences.< Less
Japanese Women in Meiji Period By Farrukh Khan
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Historians agree that the Meiji era in Japanese history presented a succession of large reforms that were to bring about an improvement in Japanese society. Compulsory education for women and a... More > greater tolerance for debate were amongst the positive improvements of the Meiji era that were to enhance freedom and the position of women. However, even the Meiji government could not change the fundamental psyche of the Japanese and a complex interplay of class, poverty, gender inequality and exploitative forces continued to act against rural women from of masses. This brief essay presents a discussion about women in Japan during the Meiji era and it will appear that although the Meiji government did try to improve the situation for women in Japan, it could not alter fundamental influences.< Less

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