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22 Things Being a Nomad Capitalist Has Taught Me

22 Things Being a Nomad Capitalist Has Taught Me

by Brian Greco • 25 January 2017 I am a seeker—someone who wants to find the best the world can offer. I want to initiate, I want to create, I want to discover places that are unknown, underrated—and see what lies behind the curtain. I am interested in a world that...
How to get past the Great Firewall of China

How to get past the Great Firewall of China

Dateline: Batumi, Georgia During my first trip to China in 2009 I was sitting in a family’s home in Hangzhou and they decided to turn up the heat for me. Even in December, they don’t usually use the heaters in Southern China because they just get used to it being a...
Economic collapse: The rise and fall of Venice

Economic collapse: The rise and fall of Venice

Dateline: Montreal, Canada Italy has more than its share of problems. Already among the most corrupt countries in Europe, in 2016 Transparency International ranked it lower than countries such as Botswana, Rwanda and Cuba. But corruption isn’t Italy’s only...
The Good News/Bad News Test

The Good News/Bad News Test

Dateline: Tbilisi, Georgia There are certain things you notice when you live an unconventional lifestyle. When you’re an expat, permanent traveler, or just a person with an online business who has a lot of lifestyle flexibility, people you talk with often say, “Oh,...
Nehemiah and the world’s first passport

Nehemiah and the world’s first passport

Dateline: Tbilisi, Georgia Nehemiah had a unique role in history. The Bible recounts his story: as a high-ranking royal cup-bearer to Artaxerxes, the king of Persia, his service was well established. However, when he heard that the walls of Jerusalem had been broken...

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