Hi, it’s been a very long time since I haven’t been posting regularly. I apologize to loyal readers and promise more consistency, as well as maintained focus on quality content and good stories.
The good news is that I’ve been busy with a few projects related to content production and creative work, and while these aren’t yet directly related to the work featured on OOAworld, they will undoubtedly help in the near future.
With that said, here are a few video interviews asking people to share their philosophy of life and life story. These interviews date back to the Great Wall of China, in Mutianyu near Beijing, from the beginning of the Asia travels, and I haven’t gotten a chance to post them. (Interestingly enough, they feature a Canadian couple and American pastor, which was an interesting transition from the end of ooAmerica.)
This is a good segway into the following: despite my best efforts to keep posting written stories, photos and videos chronologically, we’ll now be featuring content as we go. This shouldn’t be too much of a surprise as travel posts published by Rolling Coconut are already out of sync with my stories.
As a result, expect a mix of time-lapse videos, interviews, stories, photography and artwork from everywhere, at all times!
Here are the philosophy of life and life story interviews, but first, let’s get you started with a French song sung by a Chinese lady on the Great Wall of China, which was an interesting take on the “What’s Your Story?” question!
Philosophy of Life Great Wall of China Mutianyu
Life Story(ies), Great Wall of China, Mutianyu
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