This blog is about unconventional travel hacks and expat tips, my stories and living an unconventional life.
I’m a writer. I’m a public speaker. I’m a consultant.
My international journey started as a university lecturer in China. I worked with people from over 50 countries and gave talks and training on a variety of topics including writing, public speaking, culture and travel. After eating tons of dumplings and wontons, I thought it was time to move on to empanadas. So I packed up my suitcase and moved to Chile, South America where I currently work for travel magazines, start-ups and public relations. I also do samba dancing and on some occasions, eat Mexican food with Korean expats.
I also help people make strategic moves either in moving to South America/Salsa Land or doing business with Asia. And no, you don’t necessarily need to bow every time but knowing how to sing karaoke helps.
I have an insatiable thirst for travel and adventure. I’ve traveled to 17 countries and my goal is to visit every continent in the world (yes, Antarctica that includes you).
I love meeting people all over the world and helping them with their business. If that sounds like you, I’d love to see what you’re up to and how we can work together. If you have a travel story to share in this blog, drop me a line.
To know the real 3D me, watch my interview with the international travel show Atlas Sliced below. It’s also packed with tips for traveling, moving forward and networking with other expats.
Where to begin?
You can start by visiting my archives where you can browse through all entry titles in their respective categories. Read some of the best samples of my work. Or click through any of the entries on the TOP POSTS menu on the right.
Why I Write- tells you my underlying purpose for chasing this dream.