Month: February 2017

Art Without Borders: Murals of Phumin Temple, Nan, Northern Thailand

I love maps! I’ve always been fascinated by them, probably because they drew me into an imaginative world of travels. My parents had subscribed to National Geographic since time immemorial, and I loved getting the magazine in the mail, wrapped in brown paper, special issues bearing the prize of a folded map inserted in the

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Trust: A Keystone Element of Leadership

Hurtling at over 900 kilometers per hour, 10,000 meters above the ground, in a hunk of metal filled with flammable gasoline always has an inherent risk, and even more so when someone is trying to shoot you down. But if aircraft commander Captain Byrd and his crew had any fears of surface to air missiles

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