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Spending the 4th Abroad: Careful with the Fireworks

July 4, 2011
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Spending the 4th Abroad: Careful with the Fireworks

It’s the 4th of July today, an American holiday celebrating the signing of the Declaration of Independence. Rather, the draft of the Declaration was signed on July 2nd, but the parchment which now sits on display in Washington DC is the transcribed copy we now consider the cornerstone of American history. In any case,...
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Korean Holidays: The 14ths

June 14, 2011
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Korean Holidays: The 14ths

In honor of today, which is a lesser known holiday in Korea, I thought I’d tell you all about the special days in this country that fall on a 14th. There are the more popular ones like Valentine’s Day, White Day, and Black Day, but nearly every month has unique 14th (how ironic it’s...
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