Living in Dubai

September 13, 2018

A letter to the Princeton Alumni Weekly (PAW) IN RESPONSE TO: VOICES: ‘A DEEPLY INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCE’ There are many misconceptions and a general lack of knowledge of the Middle East by those outside of the region. It was thus refreshing to read Paulette Singley *98’s take on her experience at the American University of Sharjah. I […]

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PAW Class Notes (April 22, 2015)

April 22, 2015

ECONOMICS: Dr. Kai Chan *08 (in photo) writes from Dubai, where he is working as a policy adviser for the United Arab Emirates (UAE) federal government. Kai and his wife, Dominika, have been in Dubai since September 2011, shortly after their marriage in New York’s City Hall. They have immersed themselves into life in Dubai and […]

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Hunger Banquet sends wrong message

November 17, 2005

By Daily Princetonian Staff Published: Thursday, November 17th, 2005 Hunger Banquet sends wrong message Regarding ‘Lobster, steak and plain white rice’ (Tuesday, November 15, 2005): This article gave me an unsettling feeling in my stomach.  As a person who ate “plain white rice” for many years in the parlance of the article (I ate chicken […]

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