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French
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Ehlert
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Christiane’s Working Adventure in Bolivia! February: Arrivals and Carnaval Times

Christiane's Working Adventure in Bolivia

In the winter of 2013, SFU Geography student Christiane Pulluau trekked to La Paz, Bolivia to work with a CED (Community Economic Development) group. She shared her diary entries with us, and part one is featured here.

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Christiane's Working Adventure in Bolivia! February: A Little Bird Told Me…

Bolivia

In the winder of 2013, SFU Geography student Christiane Pulluau trekked to La Paz, Bolivia to work with a CED (Community Economic Development) group. She shared her diary entries with us, this is part two of her adventure.

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Christiane's Working Adventure in Bolivia! March: Arts and Culture

Environment

In the winter of 2013, SFU Geography student Christiane Pulluau trekked to La Paz, Bolivia to work with a CED (Community Economic Development) group. She shared her diary entries with us, and we present the third insallment: Arts and Culture in March.

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Christiane's Working Adventure in Bolivia! Spring: Those Little Places

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In the winter of 2013, SFU Geography student Christiane Pulluau trekked to La Paz, Bolivia to work with a CED (Community Economic Development) group. In her final installment she shares some of her favourite places.

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Kyle’s Experience in China: An Adventure of a Lifetime

Students for Development

Kyle went on the SFD program in Summer 2012 where he worked with an organization called the Chinese Ecosystem Research Network, in China though the International Co-op program. Read on to find out what he learned from a new cultural experience.

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