Nepalese Around the Globe: Doha, Qatar – Part III

I wish I never had to continue writing on this topic after blogging two series (Part I/Part II) in the past. I stumbled upon the same people, same airport, and same airline but the only differences were that I stayed in the different hotel, had different food and a new experience that changed my perception toward Nepalese migrant workers. You find them where not but every … Continue reading Nepalese Around the Globe: Doha, Qatar – Part III

Aerial Footage from Nepal Reveals Earthquake Devastation

The death toll in Nepal has risen beyond 3,700 after Saturday’s devastating 7.8 magnitude earthquake. The worst earthquake the country has seen in 80 years devastated the capital of Kathmandu along with surrounding areas including the ancient city of Bhaktapur. Arial footage shows the impact across the region. Source: Mashable Continue reading Aerial Footage from Nepal Reveals Earthquake Devastation

#NepalEarthquake 7.9: National Tragedy

My tight-knit community of around 7,000 is also hit hard by this earthquake. The United States Geological Survey reported that a scale of 7.9 magnitude earthquake wrecked Kathmandu valley, the capital city of Nepal. The epicenter was only 35 kilometers, the east of Lamjung, Nepal. At this point, the Nepal Government has confirmed more than 1500 death toll and this number could rise since the … Continue reading #NepalEarthquake 7.9: National Tragedy

Homebound Before Nepal Bound

The day that we were anxiously waiting was not that far when all this late drama unfolded. We were going to visit family in Nepal after six years but a bizarre incident almost jeopardized our entire plan. While playing soccer with my sons in the backyard, I fractured a metatarsal in my right foot. What initially seemed to be a normal sprain and bruise turned out … Continue reading Homebound Before Nepal Bound

Help Her Before It’s Too Late

The English title of this short video “One Photo a Day in the Worst Year of My Life” caught my eyes when I saw it on YouTube. This looks like a selfie project, I’m not certain. However, the description of the video seems to be a real story. When I pasted the title in Google Translator, it detected two different languages. So, it’s either Croatian or Bosnian. … Continue reading Help Her Before It’s Too Late