Category Archives: Journalism

Watching Globalization: A Portrait of an Indian Village

Below is an excerpt from a new feature piece we’ve written, by the same title of this blog post. The rocketing ascent in the costs—and the comforts—of life were visible everywhere in the village. The homes were solid constructions of … Continue reading

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Reaching the Bottom Half

  There is a lot of poverty in India.  This becomes apparent the moment you walk out of the airport, and see the men sitting on their vegetable carts with loin cloths, or the beggars that stretch out their shaking … Continue reading

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Our Third Feature Story Gets Published!

The popular outdoors website, Letsbewild.com, has published our feature story about Mt. Ushba, one of the most dangerous mountains along the Georgian-Russia border. This is our third feature, and we are thrilled to have had it picked up by a … Continue reading

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The Story Behind the Story We Found in Georgia

We entered Georgia with empty heads.  It is safe to say that we knew almost nothing about the country we were about to cross, and less about the culture of its people. From this base of knowledge, we had three … Continue reading

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We’ve been Published!

Exciting news, we’ve been picked up by a couple publications! Most notably, we landed a column in Forbes. The column’s title is Freewheelers, and in it we’ll be telling the stories about wacky entrepreneurs we’ve met who have discovered strange and … Continue reading

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