Slow and steady

It’s been fifty weeks since my return to Asia, and I’ve now spent more than fifty months here in total. What began as a six-month journey has become something much bigger than I’d ever imagined, and I’m only just beginning to understand with...

Acceptance

Yesterday I experienced my first earthquake. I’d been walking in the mountains with a friend, and as we turned for home a sudden shock went through us both. We were on a narrow path on the face of a mountain, and it felt as though a giant fist had slammed into...

On tenterhooks

As many of you know, the Sisters For Sale documentary isn’t the only thing I’m working on at the moment. For the past three months, I’ve also been working towards something I consider more important. Though I’d prefer not to be so cryptic, if...
Civilisation

Civilisation

It can be difficult, at times, not to lose faith in humanity. Late last year, an Australian friend came to join Moreno and I in our search. He was looking forward to being a part of The Human, Earth Project, he said, because he’d lost his faith in humanity, and...

A long way from home

This week, I was hoping to have some wonderful news for you. Instead, everything I’ve been working towards has fallen through, and I’ve cancelled my return to China. I can’t tell you how incredibly frustrating it feels to have worked...

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