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An Experience Architect’s Year in New York City

When I hand people my personal business cards, they immediately react to my job titles with delighted curiosity: “Wow, Life Explorer!” followed by, “What’s an Experience Architect?” Usually the latter requires a lot of explaining, ending with my recommendation that … Continue reading

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Unusual Christmas Trees Countdown: #3

This Christmas-collides-with-Valentine’s Tree struck me as odd when I saw it last month at Sunshine City, a Tokyo shopping mall. Why is the tree plastered with silver Cupids, hearts, stars, and pink garland?

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Leaf-peeping in Japan at its peak

It’s already snowing in America’s northeastern states, where the famous amber and crimson fall foliage has long fallen and left their tree branches bare. But you can still peek at radiant sunsetting autumn leaves hitting their peak this week in … Continue reading

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