Tag Archives: Hong Kong

GoAbroad Interview with Dominic Fusco, Content Intern

Feature, GoAbroad Interview - Tuesday, 7 October 2014 - 0 Comments

Dominic Fusco in Rajasthan, India

A native of California, Dominic James Fusco graduated from UCLA in June this year, before embarking on a six week adventure through Europe and Asia. Rounding out his trip, Dominic has become GoAbroad’s newest Content Intern at our Asia Office, GAPLabs, Inc.

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Blog of the Week: bluebalu – Living in Hong Kong

Blog of the Week - Friday, 8 June 2012 - 1 Comment

bluebalu: Living in Hong Kong Travel Blog

It’s Friday — and time for GoAbroad’s Blog of the Week! This week’s selection is: bluebalu: Living in Hong Kong This week’s featured blog, bluebalu: Living in Hong Kong, comes from bluebalu – an avid travel blogger and self-confessed foodie. This blog documents her experiences living in Hong Kong and…

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Blog of the Week: The Lost Traveler

Blog of the Week - Friday, 18 May 2012 - 0 Comments

The Lost Traveler Blog

It’s Friday — and time for GoAbroad’s Blog of the Week! This week’s selection is: The Lost Traveler This week’s blog, The Lost Traveler, is the creation of Colin Desko, a student of Hobart and William Smith Colleges. The Lost Traveler documents Colin’s time abroad in Hong Kong throughout an academic…

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Blog of the Week: Oneika The Traveller

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Oneika the Traveller Blog

It’s Friday — and time for GoAbroad’s Blog of the Week! This week’s selection is: Oneika The Traveller Oneika The Traveller is the creation of Oneika Raymond – “a gal in her late twenties who has an intense passion for travel, culture, and language.” Oneika has been to over 40 countries and…

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Guest Post: Exploring the Foreign in a Foreign Land

Feature, GoAbroad Contributor - Wednesday, 28 March 2012 - 1 Comment

Jena Sprau, guest post on South Korea

Today on GoAbroad we share a guest post from Jena Sprau, an avid traveler who recently spent a summer teaching in South Korea. During that time and after, she was able to visit and explore Hong Kong, China, Japan, Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, and Malaysia. In her post on GoAbroad, she…

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Guest Post: Speaking “Spandarish,” Coffeepot Cooking, & Dim Sum Dating as a Jamaican in China

Feature, GoAbroad Contributor - Wednesday, 22 February 2012 - 14 Comments

Guest Post, Walt Goodridge, Spandarish

Today on the GoAbroad Blog, we feature of a guest post from Walt F.J. Goodridge, author of  The Jamaican in China blog. During his time living abroad in China, Walt learned a great many things about himself and Chinese culture. We are pleased to share some of these experiences with GoAbroad readers….

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Welcoming 2012 Around The World!

Feature - Tuesday, 3 January 2012 - 0 Comments

Celebrating New Year's Around the World

Happy New Year from everyone at GoAbroad! Wherever and however you marked the arrival of 2012 , we wish you a joyous start to the year. Just as every destination and culture has different traditions, so are the ways that the New Year was celebrated. Were you traveling, working, studying…

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Ten Unique Languages to Learn

Feature - Tuesday, 16 August 2011 - 14 Comments

Unique Languages on GoAbroad

Words are a lot like people: they can excite us, disappoint us, comfort and anger us. They are as powerful as any physical reaction and and can be just as influential. With so many diverse languages throughout the world, including those still being discovered, how do you decide which languages…

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Top 7 Types of Internships by Field of Study

Feature - Thursday, 11 August 2011 - 3 Comments

Photography Internship Abroad

Have you ever considered an international internship? With many economies struggling to recover from unemployment rates, internships have quickly become go-to opportunities for students. When you combine an internship with traveling abroad, it enriches your travels with practical working experience. So what are the kinds of internships in which students are…

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Check out China – 5000 Years Young!

Country - Thursday, 3 February 2011 - 2 Comments

Map of China

With such a vast history and unique culture throughout the country, China is sure to teach each visitor something different. There is much to see, from the Great Wall to any number of Buddhist temples and sacred mountains. Visitors can explore the larger cities of Beijing or Shanghai, which are…

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