18
Oct
12

Published at Yahoo !

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This is a photo from my latest international travel article at Yahoo !

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6 Responses to “Published at Yahoo !”


  1. October 18, 2012 at 5:37 pm

    As posted in Y! :

    Using a mere 568 words you have taken your readers on a memorable tour into the past and present of Japan’s rich imperial culture and heritage, besides an amazing voyage of history as well as the geography !

    I would say yours is a very well rounded article which touches upon all key aspects of the whats, hows, whens and wheres of this famous festival – without ever losing the grip on the reader !

    Bravo, well done and keep them coming !

    Great post, Mike !

    • October 19, 2012 at 12:58 am

      Sumitran,
      Thank you for the encouraging comments, always. I think, it was at Matador, we first came in contact we each other. These days, I guess we’re both too busy. I dropped-in over there, a few days ago, and hardly recognize half of their editors.

      It got me wondering. Maybe, they’re looking for fresh-talent in the editors department.. We should apply.
      All of the Middle East could be your realm, and, I’ll just take Asia. We could be like, editorial EMPERORS.

      Hah !

  2. October 21, 2012 at 12:23 pm

    yeah for you!! I do read everything you post etc.. have not been on computer or FB for a long while… hope you are well ? Blessings… Bev from Pa

    Beverly J Struble >The Garden Devas >160 American Street >Johnstown, PA 15905 >814 – 418- 5352 Mobile >thegardendevas@gmail.com >

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