Justin B. Fung

Tag: london

A long overdue update

Apologies for the gap in updates (posting other people’s words doesn’t count!). My parents used to email me when I hadn’t blogged in a few weeks to see if I was okay, because it was an indicator that there was a lot going on! And life has been very full lately, for a number of […]

One less place to call home

It’s strange being back in the UK for the first time since I left in fall 2006. Four years ago, I hadn’t experienced a year of integrating politics and faith with Sojourners in Washington, DC. Four years ago, I didn’t even care about politics; I’d never heard of Barack Obama, let alone volunteered for his […]

LIGHTS in London

I got to see LIGHTS last night at Monto Water Rats in Kings Cross, London. It’s the second time I’ve seen her this year, the first being in Constitution Hall in DC when she was supporting Owl City. It was definitely a different venue and a different atmosphere: much smaller, more intimate. But it was […]

Gershom, in transition once more

Well … I’m back. Back in London, and back to blogging. It’s been awhile since I’ve had the time, energy and desire to blog: life has been exhausting—good, but exhausting. And so reenergizing (of the sort that required less mental work) took precedence. Looking back, I don’t think it was the optimal way of doing […]

Links of the Day, January 11

It’s Human Trafficking Awareness Day! Tell someone who doesn’t know about the 27 million people trapped in modern slavery. And then do something about it! Check out these awesome pics to start out your week/day: And then enjoy this cover from Cathy Nguyen and Andrew Garcia: News Whistler’s homeless are being relocated ahead of the […]

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