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Juliane Huang

With a laptop in one arm and a travel bag in the other, Juliane is rarely at home, though always online. Catch up with her on her blog.

Posts by: Juliane Huang

The Matador community weighs in on the best time to visit Hong Kong.

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Juliane Huang finds that returning to the USA after two years in Taiwan plays havoc with more than just her skin.

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Matador presents photographic evidence for why Buenos Aires is such an attractive place to study abroad.

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San Francisco food carts have quickly won the hearts of local foodies.

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Juliane discovers why she never wants to leave Mexico. And it doesn’t involve spring break.

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Matador interviews Paul Sanchez-Navarro Russell, director of Centro Ecologico Akumal in Mexico.

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This summer, Truman Brewery in London is opening its very first drive-in movie theater, Starlite Urban Drive-In, hoping to provide patrons a slice from a throwback era.

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Honduras By The Numbers

On January 25, 2010 By

Recently returned from a volunteer medical trip to Honduras, Matador Contributing Editor Juliane Huang gives us an overview of volunteers’ work and play by the numbers.

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Google to leave China?

On January 13, 2010 By

On Tuesday, Google threatened to cease cooperating with China’s internet censorship practice, adding the possibility of closing all Google operations in the country, in light of a recent, sophisticated, cyber attack aiming to access the Gmail accounts of Chinese human rights activists.

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Matador gives you the quick and dirty on ten summer music festivals definitely worth checking out the next time you’re down under. A very merry summer, indeed.

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