Adam Murray

June 22, 2006

Adam Murray first made his way to China with PiA in 2002 as an English instructor at the Foreign Affairs College in Beijing. Although the SARS outbreak cut that position short, he returned to Beijing to start the Marketing Associate fellowship at WildChina. Adam fell in love with the job, and remained with WildChina for nearly 3 years, during which time he was able to travel to nearly every region in China. One of his favorite trips was to the Silk Road in western China, where he camped in the Taklamakan Desert (local translation: Go in and never come out) during a sandstorm. Recently, Adam moved to Washington, DC to join the Department of State as a Foreign Service Officer. He hopes that his first post will take him back to Asia, if not China. For tips on how to get off the beaten path in China, feel free to drop Adam a line at adamdmurray@yahoo.comThis e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it .

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