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Brian Garibaldi
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Returning to Baltimore
As many of you know, Hopkins formally ended its relationship with Perdana University on July 31st. As a result we had to end our Malaysian adventure (at least) one year earlier than expected. It is difficult to put into words how amazing this experience has...

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Taman Negara GUNUNG MULU!
When we told the kids that we were moving to Malaysia last year, Violet immediately asked if we could go to Mulu caves. The kids absolutely love the BBC Planet Earth series and there is an episode devoted to caves. Deer Cave in Mulu National Park is one of ...

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Summiting in South East Asia
This post is from Brian... Last weekend was our good friend Toby's final one in KL. Although he grew up in New Jersey, he's made Seattle home for the last 10 years where he's an avid hiker, skier and mountaineer. He also lives for good coffee and microbrewe...

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India part 3...

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We're getting back into the swing of things!  

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May in Malaysia
Sorry for the delay in this posting for May. Apart from Brian's trek to the States, it seemed like a pretty quiet month here for me and the kids. Early in May, with Patrick's travels to KL to teach the pulmonary block, the PUGSOM family headed up to Penang....

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Just back from the states.  Thanks to everyone for a great trip!

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Home is where the heart is....
This past week I returned to the U.S. for the first time
since we moved to Malaysia. The American
Thoracic Society (ATS) had their annual conference in San Diego and I was
fortunate enough to be invited to speak at a session and to present some of my
basic ...

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Uncle Mike is very tall
When he's not playing super combat ping pong (ask to see his scar), climbing the office cargo net, or enjoying a happy hour micro brew at the office, my brother, Mike, insists that he really does work at Google. Mike's Google projects sent him over here to ...
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