Airport Security – TSA may back off airport body scanner health study –

For those looking to travel during the upcoming holiday season, here's a report about those x-ray machines we're becoming used to. (CNN) -- The Transportation Security Administration may back off a … [Read more...]

The Asia Expat: Expatriate Spotlight on Hong Kong

By┬áSteven Coleman Hong Kong is a semi-autonomous, special administrative region of China, with a population of over 7 million people. The climate is extremely diverse; tropical in the south to … [Read more...]

Is a Massive Default the Solution to Current Economic Events?

Current economic events have everyone on the edge of their chair. National debt. Unemployment. Tight credit. Housing in the tank. So is the solution just a massive default on debt, as suggested by … [Read more...]

The Bill Clinton Diet – The Road from Brisket to Vegan

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Former president Bill Clinton was a typical Southerner and ate like one too. In an upcoming CNN special and in a current article on, Dr. Sanjay Gupta talks to Clinton about his transformation … [Read more...]

iPhone Photography – Can You Finally Throw Away Your “Real” Camera?

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Millions are discovering that a beloved object they use every day for phone calls, texting, email and a hundred other things has also created a whole new world for photo enthusiasts - iPhone … [Read more...]

Angkor Wat, Cambodia – If You Liked Lara Croft Tomb Raider, You’ll Love This Place

Angkor Wat, Cambodia

I have to admit, if someone gave me a quiz on the plot line of Lara Croft Tomb Raider, I'd fail miserably. I remember two important things, though - Angelina Jolie, as the star, and the hauntingly … [Read more...]

Explore the Belize Barrier Reef and Rainforest


Few countries in the world offer so much in such a tiny country as the Central American nation of Belize. Traveling from the Belize barrier reef to the rainforest takes only an hour (if you … [Read more...]

Galapagos Islands – The Enchanted Isles

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When Charles Darwin visited the Galapagos Islands in the early 19th Century, he didn't have much choice of what ship to use. The little wooden sailing vessel, HMS Beagle, had carried him and his … [Read more...]

Travel in Tokyo

Buddha statue at Asakusa Sensoji Buddhist Temple, Tokyo, Japan.

With all the media focus on the almost incomprehensible tragedy of Japan's triple-whammy of earthquake, tsunami and nuclear woes, I began to reminisce about my recent travel in Tokyo. The images on … [Read more...]

In the Market to Buy a Camera?

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If you're in the market to buy a camera, the choices can be bewildering. Point-and-shoot? Or one with more creative control? Or one with interchangeable lenses? The folks over at International … [Read more...]