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From the beginning

10 April 2011 No Comment

I’ve started this blog in midstream. Perhaps I should return to the beginning and explain why I’m on my current journey.

I’m now in Luang Prabang, Laos, as part of a journalism fellowship awarded by the International Center for Journalists. I will spend nearly three weeks in Laos to do a story on traditional Hmong medicine and the tensions between modern medicine and the old ways, and how each is adapting to the other. The story, of course, is still evolving.

This trip is not only about a journalism fellowship. It’s a much broader journey. I left my job at The Sacramento Bee in February, after more than five years with the paper. As supportive as the paper has been to my career, The Bee couldn’t offer me the opportunities that I had long sought: covering the global or national story. The fellowship – and a buyout offer – was fortuitous, arriving just as I was pondering my career future.

I applied for the fellowship in December, right at the deadline. I had been looking for an opportunity to work abroad as a journalist. In the fall of 2007, I had spent six weeks in the Baghdad bureau for McClatchy Newspapers, The Bee’s parent company. But I wanted more.

So now I’m in Laos pondering what will come next. In my immediate future is three months of traveling through Southeast Asia – Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, Vietnam, Indonesia and the Philippines.

I’m certain I will enjoy my travels. Less certain is where my journey will take me.

 

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