My Travel

June 11, 2019

Travel is my passion and I have learned a lot from my travels. When I travel, I like to learn about people, culture, and customs. 


My passion for travel started right after college when I first visited Myanmar where I was born.  In my 20s, I visited Southeast Asia countries such as Thailand, Taiwan, Singapore, and the border area of Laos.  In my 30s, I started exploring cities in the States, North American countries and Western Europe.  In my 40s, I ventured to the Middle East and African countries. 

Now that I recently tuned a half century old, I moved to China to learn more about my heritage while teaching English to Chinese children.


Prior to moving to China, Kerry and I visited Brazil.  It was my first time visiting a South American country.  I didn’t know Brazil was a really big country with many regions.  Since we went there mainly for relaxing and kite boarding, we went to a beach town called Cumbuco near Fortaleza.  We went on a day trip to the outskirts of Cumbuco.  But I know I will go back to Brazil for more exploration and to learn more about its culture and customs.


We have been in China for six months now.  I learned so much already.  Since we are staying in a city called Langfang which is outside of Beijing, we are not really seeing as much of the whole Chinese culture as we would like.  Since Langfang is a small city (though it is spread out with 4 million people), we are learning about small city life.  One major thing I learned about China which I didn’t know in the past is that it is really cold in the winter.  I didn’t think it would be this cold. 

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