Lost in China (Part 3-End)

Lost in China (Part 3-End)

I’m really grateful that I’ve met a lot of good people around my trip this time. As I’m leaving from Shenzhen to Macau, I’m thinking going back for another time, and another chance. The ferry from Shenzhen to Macau takes about an hour and half. And, here it is: I’m staying at Best Western Sun … Continue reading

Lost in China (Part 2)

Lost in China (Part 2)

This is the second part of Lost in China series. Read the first one here about my journey in Hong Kong.  Previously: I stayed for 3 nights in Hong Kong. During my journey, I’ve met 3 amazing strangers that become good friends. I always hate goodbye, I wish I could do something more before I leave. October … Continue reading

Should we be worried?

Originally posted on GEOGRAPHY EDUCATION:
Seth Dixon‘s insight: Overpopulation is a term that is often used and many assume that global population growth is a ‘population bomb’ to will be one of the major problems in the next 50 years.  Some researchers argue that the problem is overstated; in this 20 minute lecture geographer Danny…