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By Young Lee Hertig

Last Sunday, I arrived in Seoul to make my annual visit to my mom — at least, annually since my father’s passing two years ago. Thankfully, two of my sisters reside in Seoul, which allows me to be the “annual daughter.”

With each passing year, the air quality here is becoming more and more hazardous due to China’s pollution.  The weather in May felt like that of hot summer.  On the first night, I noticed my eyes stung and my throat felt inflamed.  My body seemed to be running on high alert. (more…)

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By Eun Joo Angela Ryo

“Oh the weather outside is frightful… but the fire is so delightful… and since we’ve no place to go… Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!” As the Christmas carol bellowed out of my car radio, I could hear my children in the backseat excitedly dissecting, exegeting, analyzing, and parsing every comment we had made about what they might get for Christmas this year.  (more…)

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By Liz Chang

Birthday week is one of my favorite times to slow down to reflect on the journey God has brought me through, to observe the place I find myself in today, and to look at the road that lies ahead. I think back to the parts of my journey where I walked through valleys of sorrow and pain, valleys of waiting and transition, and valleys of tiredness and despair. (more…)

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By Melanie Mar Chow

Recently I had the opportunity to visit some friends at Fuller Theological Seminary. I noticed quite a bit of upgrading and remodeling of the buildings and grounds. Though very compact in size, (“if you walk too fast, you will miss it”, I recently told a friend), the campus has a large feel.  (more…)

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By Elizabeth Chang

As though studying Marriage and Family Therapy does not provide enough opportunities and perspectives from which to develop my sense of identity and self-awareness, I decided to venture down from Seattle to Pasadena for the Asian American Equipping Symposium. This year, the theme of the symposium was Healing of Memories: Living Out the Gospel. (more…)

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