I am a public health researcher with interests in food security, the environment, mapping, and migration.  I will be in Mongolia for almost a year conducting research, learning the language, and just having a good time.

Before arriving in Mongolia, I’m making stops in Toledo, Park City, and Honolulu.

Visitors welcome!

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7 Responses to “about”


  1. 1 expat21 March 30, 2009 at 7:57 am

    I just found your blog today, and am excited about readcing it. I’m an expat in North Africa, and love reading about other expat’s experiences. I’m also quite interested in public health issues!

    Best of luck,
    Expat 21

  2. 2 Mendy June 30, 2009 at 7:07 am

    Greatings from Boston! but originally from Mongolia. Just want to wish full of success in your field and have a wonderful days in Mongolia.

  3. 3 Joe August 10, 2009 at 3:29 pm

    Greetings from no longer in Mongolia. Send me your email address, and I’ll give you a facebook add.

    Joe

  4. 4 Financial Samurai September 18, 2009 at 6:05 am

    Enjoy Mongolia and yet a lot of beef and lamb skewers with beer if you can!

    Financial Samurai

  5. 5 saruul October 21, 2009 at 6:05 pm

    Food and security in Mongolia is a huge issue, when most of the vegetable and fruits are coming from china, it is critical for Mongolian government to enforce the law on food health and safety. Even “made in China” products have reached in western world and poised many. I wish you best in your research and work

  6. 6 ikkefc3 January 30, 2010 at 8:39 pm

    Greetings from The Netherlands. I liked your posts from Mongolia! I always wondered how a winter in Mongolia was (and experienced by a foreigner from the western world).

  7. 7 arleiabellewen October 9, 2012 at 9:14 pm

    Hello, I just found your blog in one of my google searches for Buryats. I used to live in southern Siberia near a city called Irkutsk, just a few hours from the Mongolian border. Originally from the U.S. I moved to Irkutsk when I was 8. Later, when I turned 13, I moved to a Buryat village called Ust-Ordinsky or Ust-Orda, which used to be a reservation for Buryats when the Soviets were in charge. It was so nice to hear about the hospitality and good food of my adopted people. Thank you. 🙂 Sincerely, Juliana (note: I’m 21 now and it has been 4 years since I left Siberia and I miss it with all my heart)


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