The Trouble With China
China since 1999, analysis based on four years in the Peoples' Republic by Peter Mitchelmore
If you’re interested in world economics, politics, history, or culture, you’ll run into China before long. Today’s People’s Republic of China is built on millennia of history and continues to influence present-day events—but what is the real ...
Our Viet Nam
by Ian Temple Roberts
A 12-year-old returns to his birthplace. He walks with his American mother, his Korean-born sister, his new English dad, and the Tay Ninh orphanage director. This photo-story is a tribute to international adoption with caring facilitators. Close-in ...
by Uta Sojat
During a trip to India, retiree Annie and her friend Leila hire Amarnath as their driver in Rajasthan. Having fallen in love with India's colours, aromas, sights, sounds, and people, the friends return for another vacation. This time, Annie's and ...
Lessons from the Himalaya by Gordon Konantz
Gord and Gail Konantz set off on an odyssey to Asia in January 1987. It was a journey that changed their lives. Nepal was exotic and chaotic and they were to end their adventure with a challenging trek to Kala Pattar, a mountain ridge at 5,500 ...
Transparent Dreams - An India Journey
A Lyrical Memoir by Susan Tait Charman
Nearing midlife, Susan leaves her home, son, and family in the Gulf Islands of British Columbia, embarking on a journey to find her younger brother, gone for twelve years on a spiritual quest. Upon arrival in southern India, she is joyously reunited ...
Chronicles from China
by Mitchell Kelner
Chronicles from China consists of messages sent by Mitchell Kelner to his mother during the eight years he made his home in China. He left Toronto in January 2007 and died suddenly in Shanghai on July 31st 2015 from a massive heart attack.