John M. Rodgers
John M. Rodgers was a journalist and teacher who was born in New Hampshire, U.S. He later lived in Seoul, South Korea for ten years teaching high school English before returning to graduate school at Dartmouth. He returned to Korea to teach at Hankuk Academy of Foreign Studies for three years before returning to the United States.
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- Wherever you go in the world, it’s always nice to feel like you’re supposed to be there. Whether in a city or the woods, West or East, we all have someplace to be. You’ll know it when you arrive.
- “Two Homes, a World Apart.” The New York Times. 30 May 2012.