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SIX MONTHS IN SOUTHEAST ASIA By ADAM YARBROUGH
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"Six Months in Southeast Asia" is a collection of places, people and things I documented in Southeast Asia. I created this book to give westerners a glimpse into the beauty of this region... More > and the life of the people who inhabit it. Countries photographed include: Thailand, Cambodia, Myanmar, Singapore, Malaysia, Vietnam, Laos, Indonesia & Hong Kong.< Less
Three Years in Asia: Forgotten Buddhist Temples, Barefoot Children, and Unexpected Romance By Chris Wedding
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Between 2000 and 2003, Chris Wedding, a Kentucky native and North Carolina resident, taught in Japan with the Japanese Exchange and Teaching (JET) Program. During that time, he sent home letters... More > which described the 80,000 miles and 1,000 days of his life and travels in Japan, Vietnam, Malaysia, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, Indonesia, and Australia. This book, with over sixty pictures, is based on these letters. It is part travelogue, part social and environmental commentary, and part humor. The book was inspired by the best-selling comedic travel writings of Bill Bryson. Those who have read Three Years in Asia call it “charming” and “an entertaining portrait of life in Japan” claiming that it makes them “laugh out loud” and feel as if they’re on the journey with the author to “the other side of the world.” 100% of the profits from the sale of this book go to charities which support children in need in Southeast Asia.< Less
Three Years in Asia: Forgotten Buddhist Temples, Barefoot Children, and Unexpected Romance By Chris Wedding
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Between 2000 and 2003, Chris Wedding, a Kentucky native and North Carolina resident, taught in Japan with the Japanese Exchange and Teaching (JET) Program. During that time, he sent home letters... More > which described the 80,000 miles and 1,000 days of his life and travels in Japan, Vietnam, Malaysia, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, Indonesia, and Australia. This book, with over sixty pictures, is based on these letters. It is part travelogue, part social and environmental commentary, and part humor. The book was inspired by the best-selling comedic travel writings of Bill Bryson. Those who have read Three Years in Asia call it “charming” and “an entertaining portrait of life in Japan” claiming that it makes them “laugh out loud” and feel as if they’re on the journey with the author to “the other side of the world.” 100% of the profits from the sale of this book go to charities which support children in need in Southeast Asia.< Less
Hunger - The Photographs of Jeremy Hogan By Jeremy Hogan
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Photographs and words by photographer Jeremy Hogan. Hunger is a Journey to find the real in a post-modern world. Photographer Jeremy Hogan, the son of a Vietnam Veteran, began making photographs at... More > the age of 14. His introduction to photography was the beginning of a journey which would take him around the world. Years later, he edited the photos from his many journeys and culled words from journals to create this book which explores one of the central themes in the history of photography - do images tell the truth and what truths do they tell? Are documentary photographs objective records of fact or are they something more? Hunger starts with the reality of the Vietnam War's consequences on the photographer's father, the son of Arkansas sharecroppers, and takes off from there to explore themes as disparate as punks, Tibetans, war protests, Mongolia, Belarus, Nicaragua, suburbia and Generation X.< Less
Hunger - The Photographs of Jeremy Hogan By Jeremy Hogan
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Photographs and words by photographer Jeremy Hogan. Hunger is a Journey to find the real in a post-modern world. Photographer Jeremy Hogan, the son of a Vietnam Veteran, began making photographs at... More > the age of 14. His introduction to photography was the beginning of a journey which would take him around the world. Years later, he edited the photos from his many journeys and culled words from journals to create this book which explores one of the central themes in the history of photography - do images tell the truth and what truths do they tell? Are documentary photographs objective records of fact or are they something more? Hunger starts with the reality of the Vietnam War's consequences on the photographer's father, the son of Arkansas sharecroppers, and takes off from there to explore themes as disparate as punks, Tibetans, war protests, Mongolia, Belarus, Nicaragua, suburbia and Generation X.< Less
Two Years Abroad By Miguel Samper
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A look back at my two-year journey through New Zealand, Australia, Nepal, China, Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos and Thailand. Content includes shots of New Zealand's Southern Alps and Nepal's Himalyas,... More > Laotian temples, Tibetan Monks, Chinese rice paddies, and Australia's Red Center. Visit http://www.samperphotos.com to see more pictures.< Less
Banty Rooster: The Story of My Life By Leon Smith
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Leon R. Smith was born into a poor family in 1931, but he never let his modest roots prevent him from chasing his dreams. He was like a banty rooster, which is a small fighting rooster with a feisty... More > attitude—one that walks with its chest out, struts its stuff, and commands the attention of others. At seventeen years old, he joined the National Guard, and after joining the U.S. Army in November 1948 and completing basic training, he was sent to Japan, where occupation duty was a soldier’s paradise. He spent twenty-five years in the Army, serving during the Korean War and jungle fighting in Vietnam. During the Cuban Missile Crisis, he could never be fifteen minutes away from a telephone. If he received a call and somebody said, “cocked pistol,” he had thirty minutes to start loading his unit on airplanes. After retiring from the Army in 1970, Smith owned small businesses and became a truck driver, traveling millions of miles across the United States and Canada.< Less
Banty Rooster: The Story of My Life By Leon Smith
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Leon R. Smith was born into a poor family in 1931, but he never let his modest roots prevent him from chasing his dreams. He was like a banty rooster, which is a small fighting rooster with a... More > feisty attitude—one that walks with its chest out, struts its stuff, and commands the attention of others. At seventeen years old, he joined the National Guard, and after joining the U.S. Army in November 1948 and completing basic training, he was sent to Japan, where occupation duty was a soldier’s paradise. He spent twenty-five years in the Army, serving during the Korean War and jungle fighting in Vietnam. During the Cuban Missile Crisis, he could never be fifteen minutes away from a telephone. If he received a call and somebody said, “cocked pistol,” he had thirty minutes to start loading his unit on airplanes. After retiring from the Army in 1970, Smith owned small businesses and became a truck driver, traveling millions of miles across the United States and Canada.< Less
FLATLINE THEORY By Ben Stokes
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The debut novella from aspiring writer Ben Stokes, FLATLINE THEORY follows the author's travels around South East Asia.
Reflections on Global Adventures By John Winthrop
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This book contains accounts of adventures documented by John Winthrop in a series of travel articles for the Charleston Mercury urging the granddaughter of the author to be a gulper, not a sipper, in... More > life.< Less

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