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Featured Story: BRIDING EDUCATION AND FINANCE

APRIL 10, 2014

Princeton in Asia's former Singapore Director Richard Van Horne on how business can work collaboratively with non-profit and education to influence and shape politics and culture.

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Featured Story: THE SRI LANKAN WAY OF LIFE

NOVEMBER 8, 2013

 Sri Lanka is probably the most beautiful and interesting place I have ever visited. I get to see elephant crossings, giant lizards, mongoose, and mobs of monkeys rolling through courtyards.  

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Featured Story: A STATESIDE CULTURAL EXCHANGE

OCTOBER 30, 2013

After my freshman year, I got on a plane with PiA’s Summer of Service crew and headed for Jishou. Two years later, three of the students that I met there followed me back to the U.S.

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Featured Story: AN ELECTION WATCHDOG IN CAMBODIA

OCTOBER 29, 2013
 
When I moved to Phnom Penh, Cambodia for my second PiA fellowship, I was well aware that the country was getting ready for a major national election and that I would be there for it. But I didn’t realize that it would be the most significant election since Cambodia's first United Nations’ administered polls in 1993, and that by working at the National Democratic Institute (NDI), one of the world's preeminent NGOs working in democracy and governance, I would literally be on the frontlines of Cambodian history. Needless to say, the past several months in Cambodia have been a political roller coaster.
 

Featured Blog: TADASHI IN TOKYO 

JULY 10, 2013
 
すごく元気です。(I AM INCREDIBLY HAPPY.)
By Tadesh Inagaki 
 
I have been very busy. This past weekend, I moved from one incredible host family to another -- from the Tsudas to the Fukudas. The families are quite different, mostly as a consequence of their children; the Tsudas have two late teen kids, while the Fukudas have one 8 year old son, Rinta-kun (kun is added to young boy's names for an adiitional layer of fondness). AND BOY AM I FOND OF HIM!!!
 

Featured Blog: LAOSTANDFOUND

APRIL 3, 2013
 
Saang lai lai (many many elephants!)
By Eleanor Elbert
 
The Elephant Festival, held last weekend in Xayaburi Province of Northern Laos, was the most incredible and fun-filled weekend but also one of the saddest things I have experienced here in some ways.
 

PiA Fellow in the News: Taehoon Kim

MARCH 1, 2011
 
"My dear friend and fellow PiAer happens to be an exceptional photographer. After living in Dalian he moved to Hong Kong to work. Recently his photos were published in a CNN article ("Hong Kongers' indomitable work ethic") that was written by his super smart and talented boss Kelly Yang. Go Tae and Kelly!"  -- PiA Alumna 
 
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