QOTD – the late Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

I am quite sure that this man, the late Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., played a great role in the history of fighting for opportunities that afforded me the and so many others the opportunity to be able to live, teach, work and travel to other countries.  Thank you, Dr. King.  Your contribution, words and movement were not in vain.  Your legacy lives on in many of us.
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Out With the Old! (Christmas Recap & 2017 Review)

GOOD MORNING, FAM!  Muuuuuuuuuah! 😘😙 I hope and pray that you all have been enjoying this time of rest, relaxation, gift-giving and and receiving over the past few days.  In this post, I'm going to do a recap of my Christmas in China and finish up with a review of last year (2017). Last month, I was very sad about not spending the holidays with my loved ones in the

A Quick Message From One of My Students

Me: What would you do if it rained every day that you were on *holiday? Amber: If I can't change the weather, I can change my mood. #LISSEN In my latest YouTube video, I shared with you all that I am taking a sabbatical from social media - with the exception of YouTube and my blog - so that I can focus on the purpose(s) and reason(s) that God has me
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Delayed But Still Breathing

We were waiting at a stand-still on the transport bus to the plane far longer than usual but I was preoccupied with editing footage on my phone so I didn't pay much attention to it. Everyone started grunting and huffing as the door reopened and we were ushered back into the terminal. The attendants apologized as a slew of us flocked in wanting to know what was going on. The