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Wanderlust…

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I’ve been standing still for far too long, even as I’ve been travelling more than I’ve ever travelled before in a single year. But travelling for work is not quite the same as travel for travel’s sake. I’ve been virtually … Continue reading

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“There’s No Place Like Home” – New Conceptions of Home for Young Mobile Persons in 6 Global Cities

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I interrupt my New Urban Precincts series to say that I have finally uploaded my presentation at the recent Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting in New York on 28th Feb on Slideshare, complete with (re-enacted) audio.  I’m not that … Continue reading

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Dream of A City 2011… Autumn(秋)

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In my eagerness to write about the last three weeks back in London and Berlin, I realise I left my Best of 2011 hanging.  And so, finally, here’s the third installment, capturing the best of my journeying between late Summer … Continue reading

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Dream Of A City 2011… Spring (春)

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In the last 12 months, I have travelled constantly and obsessively, attempting to re-capture moments from my past, and to experience new places and phenomena. During the same period, I have also restlessly shuttled between three cities that I called … Continue reading

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Journeyings and Visitations II – Unstable Places

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Over the holiday weekend, I had the opportunity to reflect upon time, upon travel, and on my journeying this past year. What I discovered was that I am often struck by places of instability and ambiguity, in which the past … Continue reading

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Home is Elsewhere

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A friend of mine, speaking on the subject of Home, said that what’s most important to him was flexibility – the ability to just pick up and go anywhere in the world; to be elsewhere easily. As long as he … Continue reading

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