Tag Archives: Travel
Jay has been challenging Melburnians to think differently about the people who live in their streets ever since he wrote his first #DearStranger poem.
“Can you take my picture?,” asked the man in the Adidas sweatshirt. “Of course, let’s do it!,” replied Jay. And so we did.
What does flying a spaceship, cannibalism, and cooking in the streets of Footscray have in common?
Annie Nguyen thinks that everything happens for a reason. She had been looking for a way to sponsor a child in Vietnam but hadn’t found the right opportunity; that is until now.
Xuân Mai and the other children from the center come from many places with different backgrounds and contexts. They have unique personalities and various needs. With our continued support, Sister Maria will be able to carry forward her quest to help these deserving children.
I’m back in Paris for a long week and decided to accompany the 5,000 Gilets Jaunes who were taking their demands to the streets for the fourteenth consecutive weekend.
As if studying abroad for a semester wasn’t an adventure enough on its own, Jenna Tocatlian took it upon to herself to find the most extreme adventure she could while visiting New Zealand: skydiving.
Every orphan has their own story. It is a story that often begins in suffering and despair. However, it is also a story of resurgence and hope. Today, I would like to share with you the story of Vu Nguyen Hong Ngoc.
I walked along the Gilets Jaunes on Saturday as they were swarming the streets of Paris to protest for the 10th weekend in a row.
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