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      Women’s Varied Paths to Power [TEST]

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      Extract from Women & Leadership: A common English-language expression is that “behind every great man there’s a woman.” These women have been largely invisible, praised for their self-effacement and their tolerance of the sometimes less-than-admirable behavior

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          Laojia: A Place to Call Home

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          The autumn clematis smelled like vanilla and twined across the bare wood table. I’d clipped the white-flowered vines

          • Emperor-Wu-Zetian-and-Chinese-women

          Women’s Varied Paths to Power [TEST]

          October 13th, 2017|0 Comments

          Extract from Women & Leadership: A common English-language expression is that “behind every great man there’s a woman.” These

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          Don’t Call Me A Green Consumer from Resurgence, March/April 1991

          October 13th, 2017|0 Comments

          It was the early 1990s and “green” was going corporate. A book called The Green Consumer Guide had

          Early, early springtime in Manhattan: a walk in Battery Park

          February 28th, 2017|1 Comment

          I feel guilty when I take my phone out on a walk, and tell myself that "it's really

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          • autumn-road-going-home-laojia

          Laojia: A Place to Call Home

          The autumn clematis smelled like vanilla and twined across the bare wood table. I’d clipped the white-flowered vines when I was picking the last of the tomatoes. They were perfect in the center of the table. Now the napkins - where were the green napkins? I had taken the train up from New York that afternoon. It was just a

          1310, 2017

          Laojia: A Place to Call Home

          October 13th, 2017|0 Comments

          The autumn clematis smelled like vanilla and twined across the bare wood table. I’d clipped the white-flowered vines when I was picking the last of the tomatoes. They were perfect in the

          1310, 2017

          Women’s Varied Paths to Power [TEST]

          October 13th, 2017|0 Comments

          Extract from Women & Leadership: A common English-language expression is that “behind every great man there’s a woman.” These women have been largely invisible, praised for their self-effacement and their tolerance of the

          1310, 2017

          Laojia: A Place to Call Home

          October 13th, 2017|0 Comments

          The autumn clematis smelled like vanilla and twined across the bare wood table. I’d clipped the white-flowered vines when I was picking the last of the tomatoes. They were perfect in the

          1310, 2017

          Women’s Varied Paths to Power [TEST]

          October 13th, 2017|0 Comments

          Extract from Women & Leadership: A common English-language expression is that “behind every great man there’s a woman.” These women have been largely invisible, praised for their self-effacement and their tolerance of the

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          • autumn-road-going-home-laojia

          Laojia: A Place to Call Home

          October 13th, 2017|0 Comments

          The autumn clematis smelled like vanilla and twined across the bare wood table. I’d clipped the white-flowered vines when I was picking the last of the tomatoes. They were perfect in the center of the

          • Emperor-Wu-Zetian-and-Chinese-women

          Women’s Varied Paths to Power [TEST]

          October 13th, 2017|0 Comments

          Extract from Women & Leadership: A common English-language expression is that “behind every great man there’s a woman.” These women have been largely invisible, praised for their self-effacement and their tolerance of the sometimes less-than-admirable behavior

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          Don’t Call Me A Green Consumer from Resurgence, March/April 1991

          October 13th, 2017|0 Comments

          It was the early 1990s and “green” was going corporate. A book called The Green Consumer Guide had become a bestseller in the UK. I lived in London and my first book had just been

          Early, early springtime in Manhattan: a walk in Battery Park

          February 28th, 2017|1 Comment

          I feel guilty when I take my phone out on a walk, and tell myself that "it's really just a camera." Taking photos like this one, taken yesterday along the Hudson at Battery Park, isn't