An in-depth interview with someone who knows how fast China changes.
A Parisian’s Experience at the French Unity Rally
An interview with a protester at the #ParisMarch that was recently held in response to the Charlie Hebdo attack in France.
Interview with Bradley Martin: North Korea Expert
Whether the country is closing its borders to stop Ebola or being accused of hacking a major film studio, the DPRK can’t seem to stay out of the news. I recently had a digital conversation with Bradley Martin, one of the leading experts on the DPRK, about some of the inner workings of the country and the ethics of taking a tour into North Korea.
Meet Australia’s Prime Minister’s Comedic Nemesis
Australian comedian vs. The State.
Interview: Tom Coote on Traveling in West Africa and the Reality of Modern Travel Writing
Vagabond Journey caught up with Tom Coote, a long haul travel writer who has visited over 116 countries, for a talk about his new book, West Africa, and the reality of traveling off the written word.
Interview with a North Korean Tour Guide
What life is like leading tourist in the DPRK.
A Profile Of A Chinese Backpacker
Though finding an independent Chinese backpackers off the beaten track is rare, they are out there, traveling the world. Expect to meet them more and more as international travel becomes more popular in China.
A New Model for Development: A Talk With Ernesto Sirolli
Ernesto Sirolli recently delivered a powerful TED talk where he pointed out the failings of international aid and proposed a new model for development. He now shares more of this vision of facilitating entrepreneurship around the world with Vagabond Journey.
Geoengineering: An Interim Strategy to Curb Global Warming? A Talk With John Latham
John Latham, a pioneer of cloud brightening technology, tells us about geoengineering, the deliberate manipulation of the earth’s climate to counteract global warming.
Chinese Proverbs and Sayings Podcast
“Within the four seas all men are brothers.” “Without experiencing the cold of winter, one cannot appreciated the warmth of spring.” “The fool does not ask; he who asks is no fool.” “Better to be a broken piece of Jade than an unbroken shard of clay tile.” Chinese proverbs are pretty much as ancient as [...]