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Short piece on Summer weather needed!

Hey folks… The New Korea Files needs a short piece on Summer weather in Korea. Feel free to contact me here.^^ Advertisements

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The Outline for Profit Sharing

Here are the basic principles. Editorial team includes people and organizations that work on project management, editing, artwork, marketing, administration, and other necessary activities for publishing and marketing the book. Editorial team is led by Hyokon Zhiang(ReadBuild) and Charles Montgomery. … Continue reading

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TNKF Still needs an article on Korean fashion (50k in words has been reached!)

Amazed by boys in pink shirts, colorful ties downtown, and attempts to modernize the hanbok? We need an article from you! Also, we have reached the 50k point in submissions – though we are still happy to receive submissions!^^

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We are still looking for about 10 articles on Korea and will accept submissions until these articles are in our hands! If you want to begin to get an idea of what we already have, please head over to ReaddBuild … Continue reading

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About 20,000 Words Wanted! Submission Extended

The good news is that we have 35,000 words in hand in the form of nearly 25 articles, and another 10,000 or so in process… But we still need about another 20,000 words to complete the book. This means that … Continue reading

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Updates on the Project and still looking for submissions (Topics suggested!)

A couple of updates, including topic suggestions for those among you who would like to write, but don’t know about what. 1) We are up to 10,000 words in submissions, which is good, but not where we want to be. … Continue reading

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Looking for “The Kindness of Strangers” short pieces

One of the recurring things we hope to have in the book is a series of vignettes called “The Kindness of Strangers” in which we briefly recount those moments at which Koreans came in and helped us out of tough … Continue reading

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