Travel & Culture


TRAVEL FEATURES

"Animal Husbandry in Ecuador" Incomes Abroad. June 2017: Cover Contributor

"Teaching Yoga in Costa Rica" Incomes Abroad. May 2017: Portable Incomes Piece

"Wedding Photography in the Riviera Maya" Incomes Abroad. October 2017: Good Locations Piece

"The Rise of the Eco-Lodge" International Living. January 2017: Cover Contributor

"Freelance Writing in Mexico" International Living. September 2016: Portable Incomes Piece



The discrimination that the Chinese immigrants faced had a direct effect on their culture of food.
According to researcher Catherine Stull, like the Chinese immigrants themselves, their food, too,
was seen as strange and different, which affected how Chinese immigrants presented their foods
to non-Chinese. As restaurant owners and operators, the Chinese immigrants had to appeal to their non-Chinese clientele in order to survive, and they altered their food for it to be accepted.
— Food Culture

ACADEMIC Articles 

"Ethnic Enclaves." BOOK BRIGHT MEDIA, Immigration and Migration: In Context. 2017: Contributing Research Writer.

"Food Culture." BOOK BRIGHT MEDIA, Immigration and Migration: In Context. 2017: Contributing Research Writer

"Activism" BOOK BRIGHT MEDIA, Immigration and Migration: In Context. 2017: Contributing Research Writer

"Siddha Medicine and Dravidian Culture" SAGE Encyclopedia of Pharmacology and Society. 2015: Contributing Article.

"Traditional Tibetan Medicine" SAGE Encyclopedia of Pharmacology and Society. 2015: Contributing Article.

"The Use of Hallucinogens by Prehistoric People in the New World." Cal Poly Archaeology. 2007.